The second-floor office space in this c.1920s brick building is located in the heart of Kingston’s buzzy Stockade District.
Looking for rental space in sought-after Ulster County? Then get ready to act fast if you want to scoop up the second floor of this three-story 1920s brick building in the commercial, culinary, and cultural hub of Uptown Kingston.
With room for 10-15 employees, the bright-and-airy 1,800-square-foot open floor plan is perfect for a small business looking for a central location and all the amenities offered by Uptown’s vibrant landscape of shops and eateries.
With brick walls and large windows overlooking Wall Street, plus a conference room, two private offices, a half bath, kitchenette, and freight elevator, you can easily tailor the space to fit your needs. Entrances on either side of the building—on Wall and Fair Streets—make the space accessible and easily divided if you’d like.
Upstater’s parent company, Chronogram Media, made its offices here for over a decade before moving over to the Fuller Building in Midtown. The current layout would easily accommodate a health and wellness private practice, co-working space, or a live/work space for an artist or remote worker.
You’ll find vegetarian, locally driven offerings at Outdated Cafe just downstairs on the first floor of the building, so consider your lazy morning breakfast plans well in hand. Or venture outside the building to enjoy a host of other local favorites like Sissy’s Cafe, Kingston Bread + Bar, Rough Draft Bar & Books, and more.
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