As the first partner and only then the creditor, we will guide you through your business journey. If we can’t provide you with the solution you need, we have the network to provide it.
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“I knew I could count on Community Capital New York to support me. It’s so important to have a community of people you can rely on now.”
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Starting a business was a dream come true. Now is the time to focus on growing your company so you can achieve your long-term goals. Want to build a legacy for your family? Ensure financial stability or prosperity?
We do everything we can to make the lending process accessible so you can focus on what matters most: growing your business.
Are you looking for a loan to start a business or do you need a loan to develop your existing business? The SBA microloan is for you! You can use the loan for start-up costs, working capital, hiring employees, purchasing equipment and more.
If you’re ready to leave your startup days behind, our SBA Community Advantage loan can help. This loan is designed to help start-up or existing businesses move to the next level.
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Our Quick Loan is intended for entrepreneurs who have been in business for at least two years and need money for their business. This loan offers a quick application and approval process once all required materials are received.
We offer other credit products to support small entrepreneurs. For more information, contact a loan officer on our contact page.
We lend to businesses of all types, including startups and small businesses. For example, we lend to day care centers, restaurants, cleaning companies, pest control companies, clothing stores and even product development companies. So if you’re a business in the Hudson Valley, we may have a loan for you.
Note: We do not own gas stations, home oil delivery services, real estate investments, lenders, private clubs, or the adult entertainment industry.
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Yes. The application fee is $100. Other loan fees and costs include an interest rate based on the type of loan and a closing fee, usually 2% of the total loan amount. Depending on the type of loan, an additional fee may be charged. Our team will guide you through the application fees so you know what to expect.
This process usually takes 4-6 weeks. We will contact you during the application process to update you on your status.
If I choose another lender, can I go back to Community Capital New York if it doesn’t work out?
Yes! We would be very happy to resume the application process. Call us at 914-747-8020 to speak with a member of our team.
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Some examples of documents include your business plan and personal tax returns. However, the documentation varies depending on your loan. First, take our eligibility test to determine your eligibility. Then speak with a loan officer at 914-747-8020 to understand the documentation needed to apply for your specific loan.
Most of our small business clients struggle to access capital from mainstream banks due to lower credit scores, shorter time in business and lack of collateral.
At Community Capital New York, we believe that everyone is equal, but not everyone benefits equally from today’s financial systems. That’s why we want to make sure that everyone has access to capital. We provide financing for your business needs for working capital or expansion through products such as microloans or small business loans.
We are first and foremost your partner, and secondly your creditor. From starting a business to expanding, we are here to support you every step of the way. If you’re not sure which small business loan option is right for you, give us a call at 914-747-8020. If you’re ready to apply, you can apply online today. Hudson, a former whaling port, became a destination in the 1990s for antiques fleeing New York’s lack of space and high rents. They set up shop on the mile-long Warren Street, and other creative people, both owners and visitors, followed. Today, Hudson has more than 200 independent establishments, including shops, restaurants and galleries, offering everything from antiques to beer and makeup to motorcycles. Here are just a few of our favorites.
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Start your expedition at The Antique Warehouse, located across the river. This cavernous emporium is filled with all things antique and vintage. If you like digging through your finds, head to the back of the full rescue.
A short walk or drive takes you to the Warren Street base where you’ll find Dish. It is housed in a beautifully renovated residential building and is full of unique kitchenware and gifts. The exposed brick walls are decorated with pictures of the owner’s husband.
Head to Verdigris Tea and Chocolate, known for its huge selection of fine teas, chocolates and home baked goods and high quality kitchen accessories.
Look for the wrought-iron gates of the secret gardener, behind which hides an oasis of plants and paths, a nursery and a garden house full of gifts.
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Across the road are the gourmet temptations of Talbott & Arding Cheese and Provisions. In addition to homemade sandwiches, salads and pastries, there is an impressive selection of condiments, pates and cheeses.
Treat yourself to a treasure hunt in Antigua. A happy walk of affordable antiques includes furniture, fashion and toys. Lair in the back for more oddities and hidden treasures.
Discover a range of fine wines and spirits at Hudson Wine Merchants. The owners select a selection from all over the world and are known for quality advice and service.
One-of-a-kind pieces from up-and-coming designers fill the UNMADE rails. This bright boutique offers functional and creative clothing and accessories.
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Stop by MOTO Coffee/Machine where caffeine lovers and gear heads hydrate and gather. Behind the in-store cafe and snack bar is a spacious area dedicated to everything from clothing to motorbikes.
The FACE Stockholm flagship boutique is a colorful contrast between old and new. Its historic interior is a stunning backdrop for the brand’s cosmetics and skin care products. Head to the back for racks full of vintage items from Look Apparel and Accessories.
If you’re a cat or dog lover, give Love Thy Beast a break. You’ll find unique accessories and treats for pets and quirky items for people.
For an eclectic mix of LPs, antiques and trinkets, turn to John Doe Records and Books. There’s also plenty of reading material at indie publisher Spotty Dog Books & Ale. They have thousands of titles, including titles by local writers and titles about local interests.
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Furniture, fabrics, decorations and art are all under one roof at TK Home & Garden. Spend time browsing in this peaceful historic setting.
For fierce and incredibly soft clothing and accessories, visit Fluff Alpaca. The owners care for alpacas on their Hillsdale farm, and these intoxicating creatures provide fiber for many of the store’s products.
Down a short alley is a creative haven: The Quiet Botanist. This dry floral paradise and botanical pharmacy hides wonderful sights and smells in a cozy and engaging space.
For a look at Europe from the 17th to the 19th century, visit the Red Chair on the Warren. Its furniture, bedding, glass and trinkets transport you to a refined era.
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Valley Variety will take you back to modern times. This cool and innovative store has a unique and stylish collection of furniture, travel items, home and kitchen items and pet accessories.
Craving sauerkraut while shopping for flowers? Cauliflower has you covered. Among the colorful leaves and gifts, you’ll find jars of healthy sauerkraut with fiery flavors like jalapeño and ginger.
Finally, the city has almost 100 antique shops and galleries, too many to list here. To learn more, visit www.visithudsonny.com/directory. A place for…
Rhinebeck is full of small-town charm, with historic landmarks like the Beekman Arms—the oldest inn in America—and its quaint streets lined with a mix of upscale boutiques and mom-and-pop shops.
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With two main shopping streets, the city offers a wide variety of shops and a friendly atmosphere. “Small businesses are the economic engine of our community,” says Carolyn Bernitt, executive director of the Rhinebeck Chamber of Commerce. “Traders are passionate. They go the extra mile to provide great service and a great atmosphere.”
Start your visit at Samuel’s Sweet Shop on East Market Street. Founded in 1994 by Ira Gutner, now co-owned by Paul Rudd, Hilarie Burton, Jeffrey Dean Morgan and others from the Rhinebeck community, the store is every sweet lover’s dream.
Just a few doors down, you’ll find Brčál in Rhinebeck, owned by a mother and daughter team who started selling their bath and body products at local craft fairs. They now sell their products in their shop, along with an assortment of other inspirational gifts focusing on their love of canine friends (you might even spot their pups as you walk by!).
On the same stretch is the Land of Oz Toys & Gifts. Although a veteran in town, it’s a recent move to this side of East Market Street.
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Just a few doors down, Winter Sun & Summer Moon offer an eclectic mix