Monday, March 5, 2018



Uptown Kingston redevelopment project in preliminary stages

KINGSTON – The planned redevelopment of Uptown Kingston is in the very early stages.

Announced just months ago by the Bonura family and partners, it is proposed to include 130 residential units, a 32-room hotel, 8,000 square feet of retail and commercial space and a 420-space parking garage, said project leader Joseph Bonura, Jr.

“We have a lot of work to do in terms of due diligence to make sure it is financially feasible, that it works for the town, we are fixing traffic issues, so we are working through all of our due diligence. That project is a couple of years away from construction, but we are really excited about the early stages right now,” he said.

The project would be constructed on parcels where a former parking garage was located and an adjacent commercial building.


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