Everett & Treadwell Company, established in 1869, was a valuable wholesale trade company in Kingston dealing in flour, grain, and provisions, In 1891, they erected a four story brick commodities warehouse on Broadway where they operated a mill with a capacity of 40,000 bushels of grain. It was one of the largest and most important houses of its kind in the Hudson Valley. The building later became well-known as Canfield Plumbing Supply.
Dutton Architecture, PLLC, bought the historic Everett and Treadwell building from the Shultz family in February 2000. Since the initial purchase, they have been in a continual state of renovation. Scott and his wife, Terese Fantasia, have 5,000 sq, ft. loft on the top two floors, and the remainder of the building is occupied by their firm, and local businesses.
From NYS Thruway – Kingston Exit 19
Take round-a-bout to 3rd right – I 587. Follow to end – stay in middle lane.
Straight through traffic light on to Broadway.
Follow Broadway under RR trestle, stay in left lane and make the first left on to
Dederick Street (518 Broadway Medical is on the Corner and YMCA is on your right).
Make a left on to Canfield Street, just after Sunshine Tees. Follow to end and go
left into gravel parking area. Enter building through store front glass doors.
From The Kingston/Rhinecliff Bridge
199 turns into 209. Take a right onto route 32 exit – at end of ramp take a left onto Route 32.
At second set of lights go left onto East Chester Street follow to the Broadway
intersection. Take a right onto Broadway. Then take a right onto Dederick Street
(YMCA is on your left). Follow directions above.
Additional parking at N & S Supply on Dederick Street.
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