NY Camp House With A View

This new construction camp on Lake Luzerne in upstate New York was constructed to replace an old camp that had fallen into disrepair. Starting with a blank slate, this house was built to minimize site disturbance and maximize space, comfort, and energy efficiency. The new vacation home was built with an open plan and large windows to maximize views of the surrounding woods and lake.

Learn more about how Marvin windows were used to offer the best views while keeping the house warm and inviting at awhastings.com/project-profiles.

Transforming the Home of New York State’s Oldest Newspaper

The Poughkeepsie Journal was founded in 1785 and is the oldest newspaper in New York state, third oldest in the country. The Journal operates out of a fieldstone Colonial Revival building that was built in 1941. After buying the building in 2009, new owners sought to maintain the historical integrity of the building, but they were also looking for low long-term maintenance costs. Marvin windows were selected to replace both the original single pane windows and the newer, but poorly matched windows.

Read more about why Marvin windows were chosen and what the final solution entailed at awhastings.com.