The Mohican Market building in Kingston’s historic Stockade District is now home to Gerald Celente’s Trends Institute.

The Mohican

Stockade District, Kingston

The historic Mohican Market building is located within the Stockade District of uptown Kingston. For much of its history the Mohican Market building was home to a grocery store and popular bakery. The Mohican Market was part of a now defunct 75-store chain of grocery markets founded by notorious newspaper publisher Frank Munsey (1854-1925). The chain, first established in 1896, operated in Connecticut, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and New England. Today, the building serves as the headquarters for Gerald Celente’s Trends Institute, a forecasting company and publisher of The Trends Journal magazine. Gerald Celente has been an active preservationist in Kingston, having purchased and restored the 1750s Franz Roggen house, the 1774 Kingston Academy and the 1763 Jansen House.