Albany Times Union
Poet’s Perch in Cohoes
Local writer Rhonda Rosenheck, second from left, breaks ground on the Poet’s Perch tiny house/reading garden project on Heartt Avenue in Cohoes. Joining her are Joseph Seman- Graves, Cohoes city planner; Ryan Van Brocklen, owner of Cousins Restoration; and Kyle Engstrom, architect, ME Studio. The tiny home will be a writers’ retreat with a native-landscaped reading garden and two Little Free Libraries — one each at adult- and child-browsing height. The intended opening date is mid-2022.
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