Cortlandt Living magazine established an office in downtown Peekskill last month, an occasion that was made even more exciting by the magazine’s recent one-year anniversary.
“I’d been dreaming of an office space in downtown Peekskill for a while,” said Sonia Garber, the magazine’s publisher. “I enjoy the walkability, the culture and arts, and of course, the food!”
Cortlandt Supervisor Linda Puglisi, Peekskill Mayor Frank Catalina, Peekskill Councilwoman Kathie Talbot and Hudson Valley Gateway Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Deb Milone were among those on hand for the April 29 ribbon-cutting ceremony on the third floor of The Flatz building, located at 1008 Main Street.
“The Flatz building is a beautiful space, and I knew that working from there would foster a connection with the readers of Cortlandt Living to the likes of all that downtown Peekskill has to offer,” Garber said.
Puglisi, who, along with her family, had the honor of gracing the very first cover of the magazine, congratulated Garber.
“This is one more wonderful project that we share together,” Puglisi told Catalina shortly before the ribbon was cut. “Sonia Garber has been the driving force behind this wonderful community magazine and I really congratulate you Sonia and your staff.”
The mission of Cortlandt Living magazine with Best Version Media is to bring people together in a positive, relevant, and fun way, with a purposeful focus on family, community, the arts, local businesses, serving others and charitable acts.
For a video of the grand opening and ribbon cutting ceremony, provided by MJM Television and Video Productions, see below.