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?
Last week there was a workshop at City Hall to discuss the complete streets design for Lake Street, Lake Drive and enhancing the Muchattoes Lake area. The Newburgh Complete Streets project aims to increase connectivity between recreational opportunities, improve access to multiple modes of transportation for all ages and abilities, and foster healthy lifestyles. Alta […]
Perhaps you have noticed some major changes happening to some buildings on Washington Street over the past few months. They are located between Clark and Federal Streets and have been in various states of repair and abandonment as one reader mentioned when I posted about them three years ago in a Rescue Me post. Renovations […]
This is a property in foreclosure in the Heights at the intersection of Renwick and South Clark Street. The storefront is the best part, although this the corner by far probably doesn’t get much foot traffic. For anyone with a personal project/business/venture, they could use the first floor and live in one of the apartments […]
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 NR Flickr user Brian Wolfe. Newburgh residents call for boost in city’s security [THR] A Newburgh Church Embodies Resilience [A Mindful Walker] A Glorified Sidewalk, and the Path to […]
Habitat for Humanity officially announced yesterday they will be breaking ground at 150, 152, 154, & 156 Ann Street. The homes, which are sponsored by faith-based organizations, are located at the corner of South Johnston Street, right next to the old Broadway Armory. This location is ripe for new development. One block north is Broadway, […]