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Hudson New York Real Estate Office of Barns and Farms Realty

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Visit our Hudson New York Real Estate Office at 518 Warren St

Located in the heart of Hudson, next to City Hall at 518 Warren Street. Hudson New York real estate has emerged from its doldrums during the 1960s. It is the center of commerce and real estate in Columbia County.

The Hudson New York Real Estate Office of Barns & Farms Realty, LLC focuses on the hot Hudson New York real estate market. It also covers Greenport NY Real Estate, Stockport NY Real Estate, Claverack NY Real Estate, Livingston NY real estate and Germantown NY real estate. In Greene County it covers Catskill Real Estate, Cairo Real Estate and Athens Real Estate.

The Hudson New York Real Estate Office of Barns & Farms Realty has the most up to date information in this fast moving real estate market. Stop in and say hello to Broker Bob Kavanaugh, who is there 7 days a week, when he is not showing property. Hudson New York Properties specializes in commercial real estate operations and of course sales and rentals for Hudson, Claverack, Greenport and surrounding areas. To contact this office call 518-822-0226.

According to the U. S. Census for 2000, Hudson has a total area of 2.2 square miles square miles and a population of 7,524 people, 64% white. The median income for a household is $24,279 and the per capita income for the town is $15,759. We suspect that these figures have substantially increased.

Hudson, originally known as “Claverack Landing,” was settled by New England whalers and merchants and was chartered as a city in 1785. The city grew rapidly and by 1790 was the 24th largest city in the United States. As late as 1820, it was the fourth largest city in New York State.

In the late 19th and first half of the 20th century, Hudson became notorious as a center of vice, especially gambling and prostitution, boasting more than 50 bars. In 1951 raids during Governor Dewey’s tenure ended much of the vice. Hudson experienced a steep decline in the 60s and 70s. A group of antiques dealers opened shops, eventually numbering 70, on the city’s main thoroughfare, Warren Street, in the mid-1980s.

Following this business revival, the city experienced a residential revival as well, and is now known for its active arts scene, antiques shops, restaurants, art galleries and nightlife. In recent years Hudson New York real estate values have steadily increased. In the past year these values have jumped considerably.

Its Amtrak station is very attractive to relocating New York City residents who find the 2 hour trip to New York a good substitute for living in the Big Apple.

If you have any questions about buying or selling Hudson New York Real Estate call 518-822-0226.

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