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.
Traditionally Meet a Newburgher is an interview. However, I thought this sweet letter from this new-to-Newburgh couple was a great example who is moving to Newburgh, how they find it, and where they are buying houses. It was my pleasure Ben, Betsy and Percy! Their letter is below: “Just wanted to say “Hello” and Thank […]
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. “Burn barrel” Photo by Brian Wolfe Why Habitat For Humanity Isn’t Building As Many Houses As It Used To [Fast Co.Design] No One’s Very Good at Correctly Identifying Gentrification [City Lab] […]
This house has been on and off the market for a while. But this is the first time there have been interior photos to accompany the listing. The Sunflower House is a historically significant house in the City of Newburgh. It was cataloged by the Historic American Buildings Survey in 1970 and is available at the […]
This is a great story from the Harsh Family that decided to move back to Newburgh from Florida. They chose a house that needed a lot of work. Some rooms are still a work in progress, but the results show a beautiful warm home for this young family that will surely create many new memories […]
Lan has been so great keeping updated with the progress of their new home. It has been an honest look at the good, bad, and the ugly of buying structures that have been abandoned and unattended. Last time we saw an update was in August 2014 when the new wall built by the general contractor […]