All kinds of wonderful things are happening over at Atlas Industries warehouse. If you are curious about what goes on behind the walls on Spring Street, all you have to do is check out their Instagram account. They look like they are having a blast, literally. They have posted a video showing what it takes to remove the cinder block out of the many windows that have boarded up the warehouse. And oh, what a difference it makes! Imagine renting a studio in this building with those windows! They already have a few tenants but are waiting for more inspections to go through before officially offering space. In the meanwhile they are providing a beautiful backdrop for photo shoots and seem to be just having a great time in the process.
This is another property from the City of Newburgh’s Planning and Development Department in Colonial Terraces. This nice neighborhood is often referred to the “garden spot” of Newburgh. Colonial Terraces was built in 1917 to house workers of the Newburgh ship yards during Word War I. It was constructed during the winter from October to […]
Book stores have always been a favorite pastime of mine. Every time I visit a new city I find myself making a stop in a local bookstore and buying something for the trip home. Nantucket, San Francisco, Santo Domingo, Paris, London, Barcelona, Buenos Aires – they are all places I have vacationed, and they are […]
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 […]