Art of Business: Hinkein Realty | Art of Business | Hudson Valley | Hudson Valley; Chronogram

Lifestyle » Art of Business

Art of Business: Hinkein Realty

Ochestrating Germantown

by

comment
art-of-biz_hinkein-realty-_1_.jpg

Real estate agent Patricia Hinkein grew up on the same Germantown street where she now lives, and has watched the town evolve all her life. "My mom sold real estate too, and we went into business together in 1987," she says. "I still know every person on my street, and it's been great helping the thirty-somethings who've been moving here from everywhere find homes."

Right now, she's on a special mission. "Otto's Market was really what sparked the change from 'somewhere between Hudson and Rhinebeck' to a recognizable community," she says. "There was a little grocery store there since the 1920s. Otto came and bought it and made a fabulous grocery store people came from all over to see and patronize. Now we're selling it, and hoping to find someone really special to replace him. It's the heart of Germantown; we need the right person to make it their own."

Add a comment

Latest in Lifestyle

  • Expansions to the Hudson Valley Rail Trail System
  • Expansions to the Hudson Valley Rail Trail System

    New York State currently has 110 rail trails totaling 1,152 miles, with another 683 miles of railbed identified as “potential.” The plan, laid out by Governor Andrew Cuomo in 2017 and funded to the tune of $200 million, will create the largest non-motorized transit option in the US. Here are some of the rail train connections and expansions coming to the Mid-Hudson Valley.
    • Jan 18, 2019
  • CO: A Synergistic Coworking Space in Rhinebeck
  • CO: A Synergistic Coworking Space in Rhinebeck

    CO, a coworking facility in Rhinebeck, NY offers a clean, open-plan space for individual work and team projects, fostering an environment of productivity, collaboration, and inspiration.
    • Jan 12, 2019
  • Lumberyard Prepares for the 2019 Wedding Season
  • Lumberyard Prepares for the 2019 Wedding Season

    On November 17, Lumberyard, Catskill's lynchpin cultural, hosted its very first wedding. With ethereal visions and a late autumnal color palette, Lumberyard's Theater/Ballroom was transformed into a sylvan wonderland for the wedding, with the help and donated services of a handful of local Greene County wedding vendors.
    • Jan 10, 2019