Thank you to the Newburgh Preservation Association for the award they presented me with last night for “Outstanding Service to Preservation in Newburgh”. It was really great meeting so many of you who loyally follow the blog and who also shared so many kind words. Writing this blog really just makes me happy, but it was nice to receive a little recognition for the hard work that it takes to make it happen. It motivates me to try to make 2013 even better! Thank You.
This is a two family home for sale in the Heights Neighborhood. The home looks pretty solid apart from the ice dam on the roof. There is a lot of wood detailing and paneling, which should not be too complicated to remove if your interior decor taste differs. This is at the west end of […]
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 pool user Brian Wolfe Orange County completes purchase of three Newburgh buildings [Mid Hudson News] 12 Strategies That Will Transform Your City’s Downtown [Urban Scale] What Upstate […]
This is a million dollar house with million dollar views, it just doesn’t look like it-yet. Bay View Terrace borders the east side of the property and has some of the most amazing uninterrupted Hudson River views Newburgh has to offer. To survive Newburgh’s decline the home has been split up into 6 different rental […]
Many people are quite excited about the new land banks that have been instituted in New York State. Across the map land banks have been able to focus on rehabilitating and acquiring abandoned and vacant properties that municipalities do not have the power to manage. Newburgh’s own land bank has had such success with a […]
Have you seen the paper up in the windows of 87 Ann Street? It used to be Newburgh Artisans, but thankfully the shop will not remain empty. A new business is going to be opening very soon: Rue du Temple, or in English, Road to Temple. It is the brainchild of Paul Huber, who was […]