This project represents a dynamic public-private partnership between the City of Kingston and two family-run enterprises – JM Development Group LLC and Herzog Supply Co.
JM Development Group is made up of partners and brothers Joseph Bonura and Michael Bonura, who also own Bonura Hospitality Group, as well as Patrick Page of Patrick Page Properties in Newburgh. Joseph and Michael Bonura of the Bonura Hospitality Group have served the Hudson Valley for more than three decades, bringing millions of dollars of economic investment into Dutchess and Orange Counties. Beginning with Anthony’s Pier 9 in New Windsor in 1980, the Bonuras have developed some of the Hudson Valley’s premier venues on either side of the river (The Grandview, The Poughkeepsie Grand Hotel, West Hills Country Club, Shadows on the Hudson, the Water Club).
Patrick Page of Patrick Page Properties, a privately owned real estate development company with headquarters in Newburgh and serving the Hudson Valley. Page is a lifelong resident of the Hudson Valley. He began his career in the family business, H.G. Page & Sons, and later went on to work for his father’s company, John Page Development. In 1997, Page opened the Storage Stop, which later evolved into Patrick Page Properties. Page currently serves as a founding member of the board of Page Brothers Enterprises.
Kingston-based Herzog Supply Co. Inc. has served Kingston for more than 100 years. The Herzog and Jordan families have held true to a time-honored tradition of customer and community service for more than four generations. Herzog Principals Bradley and Todd Jordan will work with the Bonuras and the City of Kingston to implement the project. Herzog Supply Co. consists of Herzog’s Home Center in Kingston, a full-service home center and lumber yard; Herzog Paint & Decorating with two stores in the Albany market and two stores in the Poughkeepsie/Fishkill market. The company also owns Kingston Plaza, a 310,000 square-foot retail shopping center adjacent to the development site with 34 stores.