Redevelopment of 615 Broadway

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Mayor Noble is pleased to announce that, after an extensive Request for Expressions of Interest (RFEI) process, the City of Kingston has chosen a respondent for the redevelopment of 615 Broadway, formerly known as "Broadway Commons."

The City of Kingston has chosen to partner with Baxter, a community development firm that has developed over 1,000 units of housing and over 300,000 square feet of commercial and community facility space throughout the Hudson Valley. At a press conference on Thursday, Mayor Noble and representatives from Baxter introduced conceptual drawings to the public (see Design Documents on the right).

Inspired by the scale of the surrounding buildings on Broadway, Baxter’s proposed 615 Broadway project includes the construction of several distinct buildings with housing, commercial and community space on the City-owned property, which has been vacant since the demolition of the former King’s Inn in 2011.

The mixed-use development will provide 60 residential units, with approximately 30% of the units to be affordable/workforce housing, reserved for individuals and families making between 80-120% AMI. The proposed project also includes a publicly accessible, covered courtyard inspired by local artist Pauline Oliveros’ listening plaza currently located on the site.

Mayor Noble is pleased to announce that, after an extensive Request for Expressions of Interest (RFEI) process, the City of Kingston has chosen a respondent for the redevelopment of 615 Broadway, formerly known as "Broadway Commons."

The City of Kingston has chosen to partner with Baxter, a community development firm that has developed over 1,000 units of housing and over 300,000 square feet of commercial and community facility space throughout the Hudson Valley. At a press conference on Thursday, Mayor Noble and representatives from Baxter introduced conceptual drawings to the public (see Design Documents on the right).

Inspired by the scale of the surrounding buildings on Broadway, Baxter’s proposed 615 Broadway project includes the construction of several distinct buildings with housing, commercial and community space on the City-owned property, which has been vacant since the demolition of the former King’s Inn in 2011.

The mixed-use development will provide 60 residential units, with approximately 30% of the units to be affordable/workforce housing, reserved for individuals and families making between 80-120% AMI. The proposed project also includes a publicly accessible, covered courtyard inspired by local artist Pauline Oliveros’ listening plaza currently located on the site.

Page published: 12 Oct 2022, 11:21 AM