BOLDER Architecture is the architect for
Mount Academy, a private high school and residence hall in a century-old, 150,000 sf,
9-story retreat center in the Town of Esopus and for Highland Landing Park in the Town of Lloyd,
north of the Walkway Over the Hudson and the Mid-Hudson Bridge, both in Ulster County on the Hudson River.
Additionally, BOLDER Architecture is the architect for Green Acres in New Paltz,
the first development of zero-net energy single family homes on the planet,
as well as a number of other zero-net energy homes including ones being built in the Town of Gardiner, Ulster County
and designed for the Town of Wappinger, Dutchess County and the Village of Greenwood Lake, Orange County.
The firm's work also encompasses deep energy retrofits of existing buildings,
restoring and enhancing their historic appeal while incorporating sustainable methods and materials
that drastically reduce their energy consumption.
Located in the beautiful Town of New Paltz and providing architectural services to the local communities,
Cities, Villages, Towns and Hamlets of Gardiner, Rosendale, Stone Ridge, Accord, Kerhonkson, Krumville, Olivebridge, West Shokan, Shokan,
Hurley, Sawkill, Kingston, Zena, Woodstock, Shady, Mt. Tremper, Phoenicia, Shandaken, Big Indian, Saugerties,
Palenville, Tannersville, Hunter, Windham, Leeds, Athens, Coxsackie, Kinderhook, Chatham, Canaan, Spencertown, Ghent, Greenport, Hudson, Taghkanic, Tivoli, Ancram,
Red Hook, Rhinebeck, Rhinecliff, Staatsburg, Millbrook, Hyde Park, Poughkeepsie, Wappingers Falls, Beacon, Newburgh, Washingtonville, Monroe, Greenwood Lake,
Middletown, Port Jervis, Monticello, Liberty, Ellenville, Napanoch, Wawarsing, Cragsmoor, Montgomery, Walden, Marlboro, Milton, Modena, Clintondale, Highland, Plattekill, Ardonia,
Wallkill, Pine Bush, Lloyd, Esopus, Marbletown, and Shawangunk in the mountains and farmland, forest and field, cliffs and rivers of
Ulster County, Dutchess County, Orange County, Green County, Columbia County, Sullivan County, Rockland County, Putnam County, Westchester County
in the spectacular Hudson Valley, Shawangunk Ridge, Catskill and Adirondack Mountains of New York State.