As part of the blog, I would love to start showing more beautiful homes, and more reno work going around Newburgh. This house on the outskirts of the bluff caught my eye. The gutters being put into place are nice, as is the rest of the home. I am just curious what will become of the first level. Any ideas?
This Saturday is not only Newburgh Last Saturdays, it is also Small Business Saturday, an initiative to shop your local small shops to support your community. There couldn’t be a better time to boost efforts to bring shopping back to the City of Newburgh. Meters will also be suspended on Saturdays during the holiday season […]
To the rear of some of Newburgh’s homes you can find carriage houses like this one located on Elm Street. The main house is located on Cedar Street. They have kept up nicely with both buildings on their property. It looks like it is being used as a garage, but could probably be converted to a […]
“I finally got down under the bridge I have been driving over for 50 years and had a good look at the nineteenth century arch supports. Just magnificent in the fading autumn. It crosses the Quassaick Creek where Newburgh meets New Windsor.” Photo by Brian Wolfe Add your own photos depicting city life to the Newburgh Restoration flickr […]
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 Brian Wolfe State audit finds fault with Newburgh spending plan [THR] Newburgh’s police chief to hang up uniform after 42 years [Mid Hudson News] The Starter Kit for Renovating […]
You might never find this house it is so secluded on this tiny street north of Downing Park. It’s a quaint place that has been updated with Mediterranean and Mid Century Modern touches. It’s a good start if you are interested in preservation or modernization of the home. Whatever your taste may be, the house […]