Hutton Brickyards on Kingston’s waterfront, the area’s last architecturally intact brick factory, sits on 76 acres of rolling hills and lush meadows, with industrial structures towering skyward.
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Although the last bricks were fired here in the 1970s, the site is reborn this month as a new hotel, spa, restaurant, and imaginative, rambling retreat.
After a multi-million dollar restoration, the site, a partnership between Salt Hotels and Karl Slovin, now includes covered pavilions that create outdoor entertainment centers and a host of amenities, including its hotel which will initially include 31 cabins and suites of different sizes designed to provide the most privacy and views of the Hudson River.
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The grounds pay homage to Hutton’s architectural vernacular, New York State’s industrial past, and Slovin’s ethic of renewal.
The 300 square foot cabins were designed with the Craftsman style in mind, but have all-glass sides facing the river.
The expansive “campus” includes an archery range, croquet lawn, fire pits and bicycles.
This article originally appeared on Times Herald-Record: Hutton Brickyards in Kingston: Multi-Million Dollar Restoration for Waterfront Outdoor Entertainment Center