This weekend is a great weekend to visit Newburgh with lots of great events going on in the city. You can check out the events calendar for details. But here are just a few:
Newburgh Urban Market- new location at Newburgh waterfront. Vendors have a mix of items
Newburgh International Festival- Jermaine Paul will be performing as well as a mix of vendors selling food and items
Newburgh Last Saturdays- Local businesses stay open extra late to help foster discovery and tourism of the city
If you know of any other events going on in the city, feel free to add them to the calendar.
Bad news over at the 1 Edward renovation. Their newly installed wall is tilting 1-1/2″ outward. The owners will now have to have an architect and engineer review the situation before they can feel that it’s safe. As Lan said, “Never a dull moment.” This new issue delays the entire project and now they are quite sad they won’t be able to move in before Christmas. These are the realities of home renovation. We hope that they can speedily remedy the situation. See what the wall looked like below and follow the progress and 1 Edward via the links provided.
1 Edward Warehouse with Collapsed Roof has SOLD
Home Renovation Adventures: Removing a Collapsed Mega-Roof by Hand
Home Renovation Adventures: Debris Cleared at 1 Edward
Home Renovation Adventures: 1 Edward Update, Building New Walls
Newburgh Open Studios is in the midst of organizing their highly anticipated studio tour in the Hudson Valley. The 4th annual studio tour will be September 27th and 28th in various locations throughout the city. It brings together to community, artists and awareness of the importance of the arts to the revitalization of Newburgh. It also brings many outsiders into the city, visitors who spend money at local businesses as they walk around the downtown.
If you would like to also be visibly part of all the excitement and buzz the studio tour will create, consider becoming a sponsor. All information can be found at this link. Deadline is September 6th.
Photo © Ruedi Hofmann
“Guitarist at the Wherehouse tonight with his dad in the foreground” by NR flickr pool user Brian Wolfe in July 2014.
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Here is an affordable home that needs a ton of work but, if you don’t mind living in a construction zone for a while, this could be made quite a nice abode for the right family. The most interesting part of this house is that it was frozen in time, somewhere in the 70′s. The furniture, the cupboards, the walls…everything. There is a really cool room in the back with original textured wallpaper that has loads of character. On a positive note, the house next door to the left was recently rehabbed by Habitat for Humanity and dedicated to the Cruz Family two years ago. So at least you know the next door neighbors are homeowners. In general Washington Street is characterized by small brick homes that remind me a lot of London mews. Do you think the furniture comes with the home?
287 Ann St Newburgh NY (Kathy Dawson, Better Homes & Gardens)
Asking Price: $39,000
Year Built: 1890
Size: 1,408 sq ft
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
287 Ann St Newburgh NY