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Real Estate Development 

RUPCO develops real estate projects across the Hudson Valley that foster historic preservation and innovative new construction with a goal to revitalize neighborhoods. RUPCO responds to housing needs identified by local communities, creating affordable housing and providing opportunities for local tradespeople to work on projects that return abandoned properties to city and state tax rolls.

Completed Projects

Historic Preservation

East End I

December 8, 2021

East End Apartments epitomizes the transformation of a community through building rehabilitation and integrated housing.

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East End II

December 8, 2021

This $32- million scattered-site development includes 24 building sites in a five-block radius located in New York State's second-largest historic district.

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Landmark Place

December 8, 2021

Landmark Place blends historic preservation and new constriction to create 66 affordable homes where seniors 55 and older can live with dignity.

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Louw-Bogardus House Ruin “Frog Alley”

December 10, 2021

RUPCO partnered with Friends of Historic Kingston and the City of Kingston to stabilize and preserve the Louw-Bogardus House (Frog Alley).

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Pettit House

December 10, 2021

RUPCO completed the historic rehabilitation of the Pettit House in uptown Kingston in 2007.

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The Kirkland

December 8, 2021

Located at 2 Main Street, the Kirkland is a cornerstone of the Kingston Stockade Historic District that houses eight affordable apartments.

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The Lace Mill

July 28, 2021

Located at 165 Cornell Street in Kingston, the Lace Mill is an anchor of the Ulster County arts community.

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The Stuyvesant

December 8, 2021

The handsome yellow brick building at 289 Fair Street is home to RUPCO’s headquarters.

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New Construction

Buttermilk Falls

December 15, 2021

The Buttermilk Falls development located in Ellenville features 15 townhomes developed for first-time homebuyers.

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Energy Square

December 8, 2021

Located at 20 Cedar Street in Kingston, this $22 Million project is the first net-zero for living affordable housing development in Upstate New York.

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Park Heights

December 8, 2021

Park Heights is a senior housing complex located at 1033 Route 32 in Rosendale, which features 40 one-bedroom apartments for those 62 and older.

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The Mews at Prattsville

December 8, 2021

The Mews at Prattsville is multigenerational housing development features 45 apartments for seniors 55+ and working families

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Van Buren Street

December 15, 2021

RUPCO acquired two vacant parcel lots on Van Buren St, in Kingston, in 2007 and constructed two modular homes for income-eligible first-time homebuyers.

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Woodstock Commons

December 8, 2021

The development is set in 28-acres, of which 21 acres remain as woodlands and include nature, interpretive and fitness trails, multiple gardens, and an outdoor pavilion.

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In Development

Quality Inn

January 10, 2022

In partnership with Ulster County and other local nonprofits, we are looking to convert the Quality Inn on Route 28 in the Town of Ulster to permanent supportive housing.

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ReGen Home Project 

February 10, 2022

In partnership with the City of Kingston, RUPCO will renovate ten vacant and distressed homes that will be sold to qualified first-time homebuyers.

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Schatz Redevelopment Project

January 10, 2022

RUPCO has partnered with Kearney Real Estate Development Group to bring to life an adaptive re-use project that will generate 250 residential units of mixed-income housing

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Silver Gardens

January 25, 2022

RUPCO has partnered with Kearney Real Estate Development Group to bring to life an adaptive re-use project that will generate 250 residential units of mixed-income housing

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Tannersville

August 4, 2022

In partnership with the City of Kingston, RUPCO will renovate ten vacant and distressed homes that will be sold to qualified first-time homebuyers.

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