The project whose site plan review by the Planning Board has been stalled by inclement weather and canceled meetings, came before the Historic Preservation Commission this morning. The building, which most recently was the location of Ackerman's Appliance, was built about a hundred years ago to be the Hudson Crescent Garage, which sold and serviced Packards and other fine motorcars.
|Evelyn and Robert Monthie Slide Collection, Columbia County Historical Society|
Hidden by the awning currently on the building is this handsome leaded glass frieze, found also on other buildings in Hudson. The leaded glass will be restored, along with all the original industrial windows in the building.
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