Van Wagner Place is a mixed-use neighborhood located in the Town of Poughkeepsie. Project includes repurposing dilapidated structures, rental apartments, boutique retail shops and restaurants.  View phase by phase of this development as well as what's to come. 



Fulfilling a longstanding dream,

Tinkelman Architecture used its extensive

knowledge of renovation to create a new firm

office, located on the second floor of the former disused warehouse. In addition to laying out

a modern open office plan reflective of our collaborative culture, the project involved major new construction to provide full accessibility. Important features include a new entry stair and covered landing, a ramp partially enclosed in metal panels, and targeted upgrades to the facades.



Phase one also involved the repurposing of four dilapidated structures, now the home to four businesses and residential apartments. The revitalization of the older structures while incorporating new construction represents the core strategy of Tinkelman Architecture’s concept for this development. Current business include Tinkelman Architecture,  PVE Sheffler, Poughkidsie and Center for Child Abuse Prevention.



Phase two consist of  4,000 square feet of retail/commercial space, 22 residential units in two new buildings and the creation of a dynamic central plaza that will serve as a community focal point. The project also includes the repurposing and addition to an existing 1870’s residential structure that will be revitalized into a mixed-use building.



Tinkelman Architecture’s newest venture is the purchase and rehabilitation of the former Roundout Electric building located at 33 Arlington Avenue in the Town of Poughkeepsie. The building was previously used for office space and storage. Tinkelman Architecture is redeveloping the retired building and site by breathing new life into the existing structure. The proposed rehab of the building will provide mixed-use occupancies consisting of small boutique shops and services and office spaces.


The design concept is to turn the building completely around. The existing back of the building will become the newly designed front with a new covered walkway and storefront glass along the entire facade. A tower element has been integrated into the design and will be a new landmark in the Arlington district.


For more information on Van Wagner Place including residential and commercial availability, fill out of contact form below or contact Tinkelman Architecture at 845-473-0200 or 

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