It’s funny that even though the Newburgh waterfront has been long gone for almost 40 years, imprints from it’s existence still remain. I quite often look at Newburgh maps, and I was intrigued to find imprints of the buildings above, which are North of Broadway Park. I looked at a couple of different satellite maps, and the imprints exist in all of them. It’s a live example of what once existed. Kinda eerie… It’s also interesting to see the Westshore Train Station with out a roof on it. It shows how far it’s come!
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. Photo by Cher Vick. New gym’s goal: Help Newburgh residents get fit [THR] Field Trip: The Boutique Bringing Indie Brands to Newburgh, NY [UE] Welcome to suburbia: the millennials done […]
The gates are coming down at 159 Broadway and making room for a new architectural salvage business, Hudson Valley House Parts. Owner, Reggie Young, is a veteran when it comes to restoration of old buildings with many years spent in NYC and Hudson, NY. After spending the night at an AirBnb in the city Reggie fell […]
Cream Vintage is the new retro cousin of Cream Boutique, now on Liberty Street selling vintage and high-end consignment. There’s nothing better than searching for one of a kind finds after brunch or buying a chocolate croissant. You can find everything from Christian Louboutins to Woolrich. Although the store is stylish, I found the items […]
Yesterday new benches were being installed at Safe Harbors Green Park. This is a welcome sight as the park is becoming very popular. This summer a salsa event drew over 600 visitors to the park. People need someplace to sit when they aren’t dancing. The park has become such a wonderful amenity to the community. […]
Newburgh is in the latest issue of New York Magazine (and the Chronogram for that matter). You’ll have to wait till the link is live, or purchase a digital or hard copy if you want to read the full article. It’s been quite encouraging to see positive articles pop up about Newburgh in the recent […]