Future visions are an integral mix of ideas, needs, partners, logistics, designs, and funding. RUPCO brings affordable housing, civic space and needed community amenities to life in a variety of ways. Sometimes we find the perfect location on our own or discover a funding opportunity perfect for a specific community. Other times, community members approach us with their needs and propose solutions.

Below are several housing opportunities we are currently working on. They are along the construction continuum of concept, zoning, planning, design, construction, and lease-up.

Historic Preservation & New Construction, Senior & Supportive Housing: Landmark Place, 300 Flatbush Avenue, Kingston

Mixed-income & mixed-use, Net-Zero-for-Living New Construction: E2 Energy Square, 20 Cedar Street, Kingston

Historic Preservation: Newburgh CORe Revitalization, 14 locations, Newburgh

Historic Preservation: Louw-Borgadus House Ruin at Frog Alley, Kingston

Historic Preservation, Adaptive Re-use, Community Wealth Building: The Metro, 2 South Prospect Street, Kingston

Senior & Working Families Housing, Community & Healthcare Center: Prattsville

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