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Hudson Planning Board okays community and office space at WYLDE Hudson

Nov 29, 2020 5:30 am
Aliya Schneider is reporting for Columbia-Greene Media the Hudson Planning Board has approved the indoor phase of a conditional use permit for WYLDE Hudson, a community and office space in development in the building owned by the Galvan Foundation at South Third and Union streets in the city. WYLDE Hudson co-creators Hillary France and Lucus Krump do not plan to make physical changes to the structure. The space will offer WiFi, a cafe and meeting rooms for workers, and a gallery for local artists, a seasonal outdoor market, outdoor and indoor family-friendly activities and education and networking events, according to the presentation made to the planning board November 10. The space will be open seven days a week; from 7:30 a.m. to 7 p.m., weekdays; and 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., on weekends. WYLDE will offer membership hours and public hours for the co-working space, France said. The cost of membership was not disclosed. France said they have not been published because there are many components that she and Krump want to make sure work together. The proposal was divided into two phases by the planning board, which approved its indoor use. This allows France and Krump to start on their indoor business while fulfilling the conditions of board members who were reluctant to approve the open-ended outdoor-use request. Read more at HudsonValley360 [dot] com.