Affordable Commercial Lease Space Available at Energy Square!

Come be part of one of a kind opportunity rising in Midtown Kingston!

Property Overview

• Two Ground Floor Commercial  Ground Floor Spaces Available:    Unit 1: 914 SF    Unit 2: 838 SF 
• Spaces may be leased separately or combined as 1,752 SF
• Located one block off Broadway, on Cedar, corner of Iwo Jima
• Next to the Center for Creative Education (CCE)
• Affordable commercial rates – 12 PSF modified gross

Project Overview

The first floor of this five-story building features 11,000 square feet of civic/ commercial space. Set to open in Spring of 2020, the local nonprofit Center for Creative Education (CCE) will provide comprehensive community-based art and job training programs for young adults ages 18 to 25. The upper floors will house 57 mixed-income apartments owned and managed by RUPCO, a trusted community partner with a proven track record for delivering high-quality affordable housing in the Hudson Valley.
Energy Square’s innovative design features new construction with a “Net Zero for Living” standard. RUPCO will equip the building with enough solar capacity to generate and meet electrical usage of all residential and common area use.

Nearby Businesses

•Ulster County Performing Arts Center (UPAC)
•Dunkin Donuts
•Barcone’s Music Center
•Kingston Library
•YMCA of Kingston & Ulster County
•Kingston Food COOP (coming soon)
•Health Alliance Hospital
•Kingston High School
•Kingston City Hall
•Kingston Water Department
•SUNY Ulster Kingston
•Monkey Joes Roasting Co.
•Joe Beez
•Sunoco Gas Station
•Rite Aid/Walgreens
•Boice Brothers Dairy
•United States Post Office

Contact: Kendra Home, RUPCO 845.331.2140 x 267 [email protected]

The U.S. Census Bureau is Hiring in Ulster County!

The U.S. Census Bureau is currently hiring for the 2020 Census. The positions are temporary and in Ulster County the pay is $18.00/hour and $.58 per mile if you need to travel to an assigned location. By working for the Census Bureau, our community has a special opportunity to help make the 2020 Census an accurate and complete count. There are so many reasons our nation needs to be counted completely and accurately. The count happens every 10 years with the decennial census, which influences how more than $675 billion from more than 100 federal programs are distributed to states and localities each year.

Here’s some of what the census numbers effect:

• Medicaid.
• School lunch programs.
• Community development grants.
• Road and school construction.
• Medical services.
• Business locations.

If you’re interested in a job, YOU MUST visit the Census Bureau job site to apply. You’ll also be able to see descriptions and frequently asked questions at Feel free to share this opportunity with someone in your community who may be looking for a job. Working for the Census Bureau is a unique opportunity!

Apply HERE