Last Saturday, Gossips reported that the Galvan Foundation had acquired the buildings at Warren and Fourth streets that had been owned for close to twenty years by Richard Cohen. Today, this press release was received from the Galvan Foundation, announcing the acquisition and its plans for the buildings. The press release began with this head: "The Hudson Public: Hospitality, Artist's Residence, Minority Social Enterprise."
Galvan Foundation announces the acquisition of 10-12 North Fourth Street and 402-406 Warren Street. Galvan plans to develop the corner site into The Hudson Public, a 30 room hotel with ground floor commercial space fronting North Fourth and Warren Streets.
Galvan is developing the hotel in response to the growing need for centrally-located hospitality options, resulting from the City of Hudson's Short Term Rental Law. The Hudson Public will also function as an "artist's residence" for artists performing in Hudson.
The Hudson Public will be among the first minority developed, owned, and operated hospitality venues in the city of Hudson. The Hudson Public will prioritize diverse and local hiring as well as commercial leasing.