image of the exterior of the brick shirt factory building

77 Cornell St, Kingston, NY 12401

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image of the exterior of the brick pajama factory building

49 Greenkill Ave, Kingston, NY

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exterior image of the brush factory wit a large colorful mural

101 Greenkill Ave, Kingston, NY

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Kingston embraces artists

Located 90 minutes north of New York City, Kingston stands out as a bustling yet bucolic Hudson Valley destination. The city has transformed over the years – from an early 1600s Dutch settlement to the first capital of New York in 1777 and a center of industry, to an artist’s haven. Today, Kingston’s Midtown Arts District (MAD) is home to a plethora of artist studios and a community of talented filmmakers, woodworkers, performers, silversmiths, and more! In addition, Kingston also offers a notable collection of restaurants, live music and performing arts venues, cafes, breweries, and shops for everyone to enjoy.

Discover the Vibrant Midtown Arts District of Kingston, NY: A Hub of Art, Music & Delicious Eats

March 4, 2023

The Midtown Arts District in Kingston, NY is a vibrant and eclectic neighborhood that is known for its diverse array of artists, musicians, and creatives...

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Revitalizing History: Explore Kingston’s Iconic Repurposed Factories – The Shirt Factory, The Brush Factory, and The Pajama Factory

February 16, 2023

Kingston, NY is home to a number of historic buildings that have been repurposed and revitalized in recent years. Three of the most notable are The Shirt Factory, The Brush Factory, and The Pajama Factory.

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Celebrating Art in Midtown Kingston, NY: Explore the City’s Rich Cultural Scene through its Festivals and Happenings

January 26, 2023

Kingston, NY is a dynamic and expressive community that hosts a number of art festivals and happenings throughout the year.

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Be a part of the Factory Community

From original features still prominent throughout the buildings to the art installations that adorn the hallways and decorate the walls, anyone who visits will surely be enchanted by the character and quirkiness of the Kingston Factory Buildings. At The Shirt Factory, you’ll find yourself in artist studios with 13’ high ceilings, exposed brick walls, and hardwood beams. At The Pajama Factory, large warehouse spaces occupy the artist studios on the first floor of the building, while spacious artist lofts with 10’ high ceilings and hardwood floors occupy the second and third floors. The Brush Factory is a work of art itself; an exquisite mural painted on the side of the four-story building greeting those who drive down Greenkill Avenue. The collection of artist studios that make up The Brush Factory are home to small businesses of all kinds!


Interested in an artist studio for rent?