KINGSTON, NY, July 04, 2013 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Originally launched in 1993 to serve homeowners and
home buyers in the Hudson Valley, Upstate House captured the zeitgeist of inspired living in the Hudson Valley
region—going beyond real estate listings to define the Hudson Valley lifestyle: smart, stylish, and eco-conscious.
In addition to the re-launching of Upstate House, Luminary Publishing recently acquired Upstater.net, a popular
New York real estate blog, to act as the digital counterpart to the print magazine—featuring articles on real
estate, culture, nature, and news in addition to real estate listings throughout the Hudson Valley.
"The Hudson Valley deserves a magazine dedicated to architecture, interiors, and the pleasure of living here,"
says Amara Projansky, editor. The summer edition of Upstate House includes stories about house renovations,
including a 1970s modern modular prototype that was ahead of its time, a charming farmhouse in Milan; for
relocators, there are profiles of two great river communities: Beacon and Saugerties; a story about the
contractors and visionaries who've made green building a reality in the Hudson Valley; garden stories, event
listings, and Hudson Valley products and artisans, along with pages of real estate listings from many of the
Hudson Valley's best agencies.
Upstate House can be found alongside Luminary Publishing's flagship publication Chronogram at over 1000
distribution points throughout the Hudson Valley in addition to select locations in Manhattan.
About Luminary Publishing
LUMINARY PUBLISHING, publisher of Chronogram, Upstate House, Upstater.net and custom publications,
specializes in creating media that supports the creative and cultural life of the Hudson Valley and engages
audiences through custom content solutions for clients.
Luminary Publishing was launched in the summer of 1993 with the aim of nourishing and supporting the creative
and cultural life of the Hudson Valley through its flagship monthly magazine, Chronogram.
Luminary Publishing has over 15 years of custom publishing experience producing tourism and travel guides as
well as marketing publications and content for clients including Health Quest, the Institute for Integrative Nutrition,
Dutchess County Tourism, Walkway over the Hudson, and HealthAlliance, among others.