I know that this project was publicized a few months ago. But I just came across this video documenting the work that was done at the Dutch Reformed Church over the Summer. I thought I’d share. Enjoy.
Here is an interesting home that has just come on the market on Grand Street, a block with a lot of potential. There a few interior photos, so I’ll tell you what I know about the block. Two doors to the left, 277 Grand is known as “The Artists and Writers Building.” The new owner […]
Here is a sturdy brick rowhome on Carson Ave in between South Lander and Monument Street. It is owned by the City of Newburgh and before that sold for $200,000 back in 2006. If you are interested in purchasing this home, see this guide for buying buildings from the City of Newburgh. There are over […]
This before and after post is of the old funeral home on Chambers Street. It was hard to imagine this building ever looking anything else than a funeral home, but the new owner, the Newburgh Community Land Bank, has successfully changed the facade into a more appealing building that leaves no hint of an eerie […]
Things are getting better in Newburgh, but many feel the city hasn’t quite reached the point of selling the Chapman Steamer Firehouse for $399,000. However, that is exactly what has happened with the Dubois Street property that was rumored to be purchased for around $150,000 by the Corcoran Group. It seems little to no updates […]
“Beauty in decay, Liberty Street” by NR flickr user Brian Wolfe. Add your own photos depicting city life to the Newburgh Restoration flickr pool to be used on the blog, or email me. **Flickr users please do not forgot to remove disabling of downloading of pictures. Otherwise I can’t use them**