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?
What a great weekend in was for Newburgh Open Studios 2014. The weather was amazing and it was wonderful to see the influx of visitors walking around the city discovering and site seeing. The first open studios started with only 12 artists. This year over 50 participated and new exhibition spaces were added. Columbia University […]
These quirky old buildings are some of the best in Newburgh. This one is located just one block west of 9W in front of St. Patrick’s Cemetery that can be seen from Broadway. There is practically no detailed information available other than it is zoned for commercial use, although it’s probably residential on the upper […]
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 Gabriel Hurier. Banking on a building revival in Newburgh [Westfair Online] Cleanup of collapsed Newburgh site to cost $200K [THR] What Millennials Want From Public Transportation [Next City] […]
Here’s a new rental located just off Liberty Street in front of Washington’s HQ. The listing is calling this a “NY style studio apartment”. There are some really beautiful featured inside, like french doors, a fireplace, and a kitchen bar counter top. Right across the street is Jenny’s Florist. One thing to keep in mind […]
This is a really nice small block in Newburgh just west of 9W. You can find tidy homes with meticulous lawns. I’m sure the neighbors are dying to have someone come and fix up this property. This is a privately owned property. There are over 700 abandoned or vacant properties in the City of Newburgh. […]