Friday, September 7, 2018

East End News

We've already reported it, but here's the official press release about the sale of 746 and 748 Warren Street, with all the details.

Food Studio Expanding to 746 Warren Street
Colin Stair is delighted to announce the purchase of 746 and 748 Warren Street in Hudson.
Dave Chicane, founder of Hudson's cherished Food Studio, is relocating to the space at 746 Warren (formerly the Crimson Sparrow), with seating for up to 80 patrons, and another 30 in the spacious courtyard, which is undoubtedly one of the dreamiest outdoor dining spaces in town.
The state of the art kitchen and food preparation area will allow a more dramatic approach to Dave's cooking and enable him to expand the Food Studio's hours and book private dinners. He is planning to add 15 new employees to his 11 current staff. 
Dave says "How thrilling to be able to bring this wonderful space back to life and allow Food Studio to grow. The community support for our little restaurant has always been wonderful and we are excited to expand."
The space above the restaurant is a classic Hudson "shotgun" apartment, which will be available for rent on a fixed-term lease; it will not be an Air BnB.
We are hoping the former Bonfiglio space at 748 Warren Street will attract a food business, which will further establish this end of Warren Street as the major food destination it is rapidly becoming. A high quality, affordable establishment, originating from Dutchess county, has already expressed interest.
The apartment above 748 Warren will also be renovated and available for rent in the near future.
Colin feels strongly that his "goal is to restore these old buildings in the best way possible, and move in hard working business people and watch them fly! I've known Dave for years and always admired his cooking skills and his business acumen. There is a wait every night at the current Food Studio, and let's face it, we obviously need more rental apartments on the market in Hudson."
We would like to thank Brian Stickles and the Bank of Greene County for their "out of the box" thinking regarding Hudson, understanding of current trends, and their commitment to the local business economy.
We would also like to thank Matthew A. Wieland, Esq., at the Law Offices of Matthew A. Wieland, and Chris Jones of TKG Real Estate for their hard work in making all of this happen.

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