Foreland
Catskill, NY

Location: 111 Water Street

Erected in the mid 1800s, the Foreland buildings were first mills that produced uniforms for Union Soldiers during the Civil War. After sitting dormant for decades, the three historic buildings that comprise Foreland have been reimagined as a mecca for the contemporary art world.

Our 85,000 square foot campus includes contemporary art galleries, studios, food and beverage programs, special projects, and events, situated on the bank of Catskill Creek in the Hudson River Valley.

Foreland participates in a long history of artist-run, artist-occupied industrial buildings. In this spirit, the campus uniquely serves 21st-century arts and artists through modern, progressive programming within historically-inspired, functionalist grounds.

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Willa’s Bakery Cafe Locates at FORELAND

This neighborhood breakfast and lunch spot becomes an anchor business during the week for downstreet residents and workers. Residents and visitors enjoy brunch on weekends, as well as a place to meet friends and explore the village.

Ready for Occupancy

Throughout the restrictions and supply issues due to the COVID-19 pandemic, renovations at FORELAND moved forward both inside and out.

Renovations Begin

With the structural remediation complete, renovations can begin. Stef Halmos succeeded in saving the shell of the historic mill buildings. A custom cupola is manufactured and installed by crane. Window replacement begins.

Restore NY Grant Received

The Department of Economic Development, Tourism & Planning worked with the Village of Catskill and Sister Properties LLC to apply for $1M in funding for the redevelopment of the 50,000 sq. ft. building at 111 Water Street into an office,

Sister Properties, LLC Comes to Catskill

What is now Foreland was purchased in November 2017 by Sister Properties, LLC, a company controlled by Stef Halmos, a real estate developer whose family has roots in Florida and has completed successful developments throughout Florida and in other southern

American Civil War

Erected in the mid 1800s, the Foreland buildings were first mills that produced uniforms for Union Soldiers during the Civil War. After sitting dormant for decades, the three historic buildings that comprise Foreland have been reimagined as a mecca for

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