Hello office #5. When we strolled down Broadway in Kingston’s Historic Rondout District and saw this handsome storefront was available, we couldn’t help but fall in love…and adopt it for our fifth office. 58 Broadway
Kingston NY 12401
We’ve been watching so many amazing new things happening in the City of Kingston. New restaurants, hip boutique hotels, and the popular Field + Supply Craft Fair just to name a few. Add this new energy to the hundreds of years of amazing history, and you’ve got magic. Kingston’s history is the history of America itself. Originally home to the Esopus, Lenape, and Mohican tribes, the city was also “discovered” by early Dutch settlers. After European trading brought wealth and growth to the city, it was designated as New York’s first capital in 1777. It paid a high price for that status by being burned by the British during the Revolutionary War. The Rondout Creek became an important shipping hub for coal, bricks, cement and stone, the materials used to rebuild Kingston’s handsome buildings which now span centuries of architectural styles. They were also the building blocks that helped create NYC. Nowadays, Kingston is as inviting as a city can be. Historic neighborhoods, a spectacular waterfront, antique shops, hipster hideouts, and an authentic charm that is drawing attention from yet another new generation.