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.
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 Cher Vick. 10 Things Small Businesses Need to Thrive [ST] Scenic Hudson eyes rebirth for Newburgh’s Crystal Lake [THR] How 6 Universities Are Keeping Promise of Being a […]
For detailed information on the property, check the Orange County tax records. There are over 700 abandoned or vacant properties in the City of Newburgh. Habitation of these properties is vital to the revitalization of the city. 111 Lander Street Newburgh NY Google Map
The place to meet people in Newburgh, Blacc Vanilla, had their grand opening this past weekend. The unusually warm October day was the perfect backdrop for their fall themed party. Live music and performances were held in the backyard garden. It was wonderful to see such a diverse crowd supporting owners, Melanie and J’Rod. Keep […]
Quietly a storefront on the east side of Liberty Street has been taking shape. Once used as an office, and rarely ever seen open, neighbors are getting excited to see paper up in the windows of 110 Liberty Street. Inside a lifestyle boutique is nearing completion. Owner, Michael Carter is ready to start collaborating with […]
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