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Photo by Matthew Colon, Director of the Historical Society of Newburgh Bay and the Highlands.  “I like it because the contours of the foreground (buildings and wires) mimic the mountain range in the background – nature and city, complimented. The colors are great, too!”

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02/05/16 11:30am

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The City of Newburgh’s Planning and Development Department plans to highlight one city-owned property for sale each month.

“It is a 2-story house, single-family, brick attached row house in the Washington Heights section of Newburgh.  Some renovation work had begun on the house – new kitchen, newer bath, new windows – but some roof work and interior finish work need to be completed.”

66 Carson Ave Newburgh NY
Asking Price: $24,680*
Neighborhood: The Heights
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* This is the minimum price. The City of Newburgh will also entertain bids above the asking price. All interested purchasers need to submit a PODA (Private Owner Development Application) . The application is available on-line and at the City of Newburgh’s Planning & Development Office, 83 Broadway, Newburgh, NY.   For additional information call: (845)-569-7387 or (845)-569-9400.

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66 Carson Kitchen Cropped

02/05/16 9:30am

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“Dinner coming soon!!!” to Cafe Macchiato. The weekly link roundup is a collection of links related to Newburgh, revitalization, urban planning and anything else that might inspire change or create dialogue.

Tucson’s downtown revolution [TB]
Gentrification Of The Woods [Pop Up City]
More “Landlords on the Street [Strong Towns]
The Psychological Benefit of White Street Lights [City Lab]
Brooklyn Grocery Proving Cooperative Business Works [Next City]
Wal-Mart: It Came, It Conquered, Now It’s Packing Up and Leaving [Bloomberg]
DEC, Newburgh sign agreement to improve Hudson River water quality [Mid Hudson News]

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02/05/16 7:30am

26 West Street Newburgh NY

At first glance from the sidewalk this looks like a simple 3 story home. Once you turn the corner, you will see all the potential space. This corner property, located in a residential area, is also zoned for commercial use. At the back of the house is a rear brick extension perfect for an office, studio, or guest house. The separate entrances are a bonus, and the property has its own parking lot. On the third floor there is a loft with cathedral ceilings and exposed brick. Everything looks nicely maintained, ready for a new business or family. Attention to the landscaping could create a nice yard instead of the parking lot. This area is very walkable. Broadway is one block away with Commodore Chocolatier and Anna’s Greek Restaurant right around the corner.

Click the link below for more photos and property information.

26 West Street Newburgh NY (Lucille Trachte, Century 21)
Asking Price: $175,000
Year Built: 1868
Size: 3,976 sq ft
Neighborhood: West of 9W
Taxes: $9,611
Distance to NYC: 58.1 mi, 1 hour 9 mins
Public Transportation: MetroNorth to Beacon, then take ferry across
Closest Roadways: 9W, I-87, I-84
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*This is a sponsored post

02/04/16 11:30am

Columbia Final

It’s 2016 and the Columbia design studio has come to a close. In December students presented final presentation videos. The big question was how can Newburgh, Beacon and other regional cities work together? Check out the videos below to see what solutions students found.

02/04/16 7:30am

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After a brief pause in 2015, The Lightbulb Project will be back in 2016. Undoubtedly, this was a favorite event of many. Often the goal was to try and spot all the participating lightbulbs city-wide. This art project, illuminating Newburgh’s potential, is not possible without sponsors. To learn more about The Lightbulb Project sponsorship and to view the 2013 and 2014 lightbulbs please visit the website, or Facebook page.

Newburgh Illuminated Lightbulb