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.
Has anyone else noticed the developments of this building located at the corner of Washington and Mill Street? This is one building I definitely thought would be demolished. The east side of the building had a crack from foundation to roof which made the building look like it was breaking in 2. Just last week […]
A newly renovated building on Liberty Street is a fine example of the potential of Newburgh’s historic district. Two years ago this building was up for sale. Since then new business, Palate Wine and Spirits, has moved in, raising the bar of the Liberty Street corridor. The fake stone facade and aluminum siding was removed […]
Photo by Matthew Colon, Director of the Historical Society of Newburgh Bay and the Highlands. “I like it because the contours of the foreground (buildings and wires) mimic the mountain range in the background – nature and city, complimented. The colors are great, too!” Add your own photos depicting city life to the Newburgh Restoration […]
The City of Newburgh’s Planning and Development Department plans to highlight one city-owned property for sale each month. “It is a 2-story house, single-family, brick attached row house in the Washington Heights section of Newburgh. Some renovation work had begun on the house – new kitchen, newer bath, new windows – but some roof work […]
“Dinner coming soon!!!” to Cafe Macchiato. 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. Tucson’s downtown revolution [TB] Gentrification Of The Woods [Pop Up City] More “Landlords on the Street [Strong Towns] The Psychological Benefit of White Street […]