Before it seemed as though Google Maps Street View had completely bypassed the City of Newburgh as if it wasn’t important enough to include. Now, pretty much every street has been captured making it easy to view homes and gawk at architecture. And I must say, the quality of the images are pretty amazing. It is just another step in the right direction to allow others to discover Newburgh.
Corner buildings are the gateways to neighborhoods. The City of Newburgh is looking to improve this corner of Liberty Street and South William by asking for RFP’s to develop 41 Liberty Street. It has been a long-neglected corner on this burgeoning block. They are seeking a qualified commercial owner-occupant with for-prof use – that will create […]
The City of Newburgh has accepted a proposal for 109 South William from the original RFP they sent out in November of 2017. This is huge news for South William Street, as this property will likely lead the way for other development along this corridor that runs just west of Liberty Street. Plans are to […]
Over the weekend Mayor Judy Kennedy passed away from her battle with ovarian cancer. Photo by Humans of Newburgh Painting by Unhappy Cactus
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 HB. How Cities Can Fund the Future [CL] Redefining Retail in Newburgh [ROO] Challenging the Cappuccino City: Part 3: Cultural Displacement [CC] Add your own photos depicting city […]
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 Beth McKee Elliott. Tiny Town in Reno – Video [Curbed] Does Rent Control Do More Harm Than Good? [G] The Appalachian City That Raised Its Taxes and Grew […]