The Western Catskills is enjoying a major – and well-deserved – renaissance of commerce, culture, and eco-awareness. Here you will find the perfect combination of remoteness and connectivity; of rusticity and modernity. It is a quiet, peaceful place that hums with excitement and passion. The Catskill Project sits at the heart of this landscape, just 10 minutes from downtown Livingston Manor and about 2 hours from NYC.
You’ll probably enjoy being at home here as much as we do, but when the drive for exploration hits, you can rest assured that a wealth of culture and commerce lives just around the bend. Dine (Main Street Farm, Kaatskellar), drink (Catskills Brewery, Upward Brewery), shop (Nest, Dear), and play (Livingston Manor Fly Fishing Club, The Spa at The Arnold House), at some of the region’s most beloved hotspot locales.
"A New Style of Country House Takes Root" New York Times,
August 20, 2020.
"Is the Hudson Valley Turning into the Hamptons?" New York Times,
April 12, 2019.
"The Manor Reborn: Rediscovering a Classic Clatskills Enclave,"
Ralph Lauren Magazine.
"New York's Second-Home Buyers Head for the Catskills,"
Financial Times, January 3, 2020.