Sunday, January 19, 2020

New Use Contemplated for a Building

In 1991, Carrie Haddad opened the first art gallery in Hudson in this building at 316 Warren Street.

When the Carrie Haddad Gallery moved upstreet to 622 Warren Street in 1999, 316 Warren Street became Rural Residence, the impeccably curated shop conceived and operated by the late lamented Timothy Dunleavy. A new owner bought the business just before Dunleavy's death in December 2014 and continued the tradition, but, alas, Rural Residence is now closing. Haddad, who owns the building, has a new idea for the space which has played such a seminal role in Hudson's revitalization over the past three decades: a dance studio. 

Haddad recently issued this invitation: 
I am toying with the idea of converting 316 Warren Street into a dance studio. I would love to know if there are any of you out there who used to be, or still are, dancers, who might be interested in teaching ballet, modern, or any other kind of dance.        
She asks anyone interested to contact her by email or to call her at (845) 518-4850 to explore the possibilities. 

1 comment:

  1. I like the idea, but there is already a dance studio on the corner of Warren and Seventh. Can the city support two dance studios so close together?