How gorgeous is this home at 28 Henry in the Heights? It’s listed for $239,000 (scroll down till you find listing). Built in 1887, the wedding cake house is fully renovated and in move in condition. The current owners are committed to the City of Newburgh and want to sell this home so they can save another. It has been selected many times for Newburgh’s historic house tour. See below for more beautiful photos of this Queen Anne home.
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Some big news for lower Broadway! After a long search for the right business 2 Alices Coffee Lounge is coming to Newburgh in the last available ground floor space of Safe Harbors of the Hudson, 117 Broadway. Partners, Mikey Jackson and Aurelia Winborn just signed their lease last Thursday, and by the look on their faces, they seem […]
This property is just a block away from St. Luke’s Hospital. There are no interior photos but this is a nice example of the architecture that abounds in Newburgh. Keep in mind this is a rough block that suffers a lot of blight and vacant homes. The listing says the building is owned by a […]
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, “Just another day in the City of Newburgh, NY” by NR flickr pool user New York World Seeking economic renewal, Newburgh, NY, rolls the dice on gambling [Al Jazeera […]
Here’s an attention grabber. This listing is selling a cluster of 11 buildings for $1.7 million, which equals out to about $159,000 per property. The majority of these properties are located on Benkard, just one or two blocks west of Liberty Street. This is a highly promising area being just steps away from Liberty Street, […]