RUPCO purchased the vacant property at 97 Clinton Avenue in partnership with the City of Kingston. The property, which had been a boarding home, had changed owners numerous times over years, and was left vacant. But it began life as a 4,000 sq ft John Pettit ResidenceCalvert Vaux inspired turn of the century gothic revival and remains one of Kingston’s beautiful, historic properties.

After RUPCO and the City of Kingston split the acquisition cost of the building, RUPCO reconstructed it as four condominiums for purchase by income eligible first time homebuyers. Each condominium is unique in design and size. Floor plans range from 790 sq ft to 1113 sq ft. Today, the four owners of the property are vested city-dwellers whose gardens attract passers by and whose work in their community helps maintain important structures.