The building shows on a 1912 map of the village, but no name is given. In the 1950s it was “The Tannersville Bar & Hotel” an Armenian-American establishment. Later known as the Kismet in the 1960s and lastly “Slopes”.

Purchased in 2006 by the Hunter Foundation, the building has been completely renovated. The project consisted of gutting the building and installing all new mechanicals, electrical, plumbing. In 2013 the beautifully appointed Tannersville Antique and Artisan Center showcasing over 30 vendors on two floors opened its doors. In 2014 the third floor of the building equipped with Harlequin Wood Spring Flooring and Cascade dance surface was utilized by ADACA, a Brooklyn based dance company offering classes to local youth.

Alex Zivian opened Integrative Approach Massage Therapy offering a dynamic Integration of Bodywork Modalities in 2014. In 2015, Al Sayegh of Pure Mountain Yoga, began offering yoga for all levels with classes 7 days a week. The second floor studio spaces are now available for rent for a variety of classes. The second and third floors have been fully reimagined into residential living spaces.

Tannersville Antiques and Artisan’s Center

Purchased May 2006
Opened June 2013