Our excellence in community rehabilitation speaks for itself in the rehabilitation of the former Stuyvesant Hotel, located in the heart of the Kingston’s Stockade National Historic District. Commanding the corners of Fair and John Streets, the structure stood vacant for over 10 years and was in severe disrepair. Acquired by RUPCO in 1991, The Stuyvesant was restored to its original grandeur in 1993, serving as a pioneer in the revitalization of the Fair Street neighborhood. The restored Stuyvesant won architectural awards from The American Institute of Architects Westchester/Mid-Hudson Chapter, First Honor Award; New York State Association of Architects/The American Institute of Architecture for design excellence; and the 1993 Affordable Housing Award. Its handsome, iconic exterior has graced the covers of numerous community preservation publications since its restoration.
The Stuyvesant offers 40 one-bedroom units for senior and/or disabled adults. Twelve of the 40 units are designated as permanent housing options for those currently homeless. Sixteen units support clients of Gateway Supported Housing. The uptown location offers convenience to shopping, restaurants, museums, banking, and Ulster County offices within walking distance. City of Kingston Transit buses provide a bus stop at the doorstep on Fair Street. Lauded for both building quality and resident services, The Stuyvesant was named Residence of the Year by the Supportive Housing Network of New York (SHNNY) in 2012.
For eligibility requirements and an application for this property please feel free to contact RUPCO’s Property Management Our offices at 845-331-2140 ext. 237 or download an application.