This is a single family home that is foreclosed just north of Downing Park. The listing says “bring your hammer and nails.” It looks like it could make a very nice home.
95 Gidney Ave Newburgh NY Asking Price: $36,000 (foreclosure) Year Built: c. 1910 Size: 1,056 sq ft Neighborhood: NoBro Taxes: $7,295 Distance to NYC: 55.7 mi, 1 hr 2 mins Public Transportation: MetroNorth to Beacon, then take ferry across Closest Roadways: 9W, I-87, I-84 Google Map Listing by: Shernette Hall, Carrington Real Estate Service
Lander Street has some of the best, intact row homes in Newburgh. Directly across the street are 3 owner occupied buildings. This could possibly be a good spot to consider owning your own home to continue the momentum. I hear there’s a small garden across the street where the neighbors share their produce.
This whole block of 5 buildings on South Street between Liberty and Chambers Streets is for sale. A previous deal has fallen through and they are back on the market. I thought it was a good time to share these properties now.
These buildings are being sold individually although the most impactful development of these properties might be as a group. Newburgh isn’t like other Hudson Valley cities or towns with just one main commercial thoroughfare. This example at South Street shows the various commercial corridors that can be found in the City of Newburgh. Most people focus on the residential income potential but the 5 storefronts could use thoughtful placemaking development that would uplift and benefit the community. They are located right off the northern end of Liberty Street. A few projects and properties to watch that can speed the momentum of development of this area are: Weigand’s Tavern, the Girdle Factory, 307 and 315 Liberty Street, and others that are for sale.
This isn’t the easiest corner in Newburgh, but this property has potential. It’s located just one block north of Broadway at the corner of Johnston Street. There is backyard parking, and the entire side garden comes with the purchase which, has many possibilities. As you can see the storefront is closed up. Ideally it would be opened back up again and used for a commercial or retail purpose. Granted, this isn’t the most traversed sidewalk so it might work well as an office or studio.
170 1st Street Newburgh NY (Rebecca A Faubert, RE/MAX) Asking Price: $209,000 Year Built: 1900 Size: 3,368 sq ft Neighborhood: NoBro Taxes: $5,489 Distance to NYC: 55.7 mi, 1 hr 2 mins Public Transportation: MetroNorth to Beacon, then take ferry across Closest Roadways: 9W, I-87, I-84 Google Map
This property is located just one block up from Broadway. It’s a very rough area. Most of the surrounding buildings are vacant, abandoned, or boarded up. Although it looks scary, I like the potential these quirky buildings have. If neighborhood revitalization can reach this area, there are mixed use possibilities with these buildings. You could wonder off Broadway to find small shops off the beaten path – something that makes cities feel quaint and unpredictable. It’s a quality that draws us to many major cities, and it’s here in Newburgh. It’ll happen, it’s just going to take time.
18 City Terrace Newburgh NY (Brian Smith, River Realty) Asking Price: $32,900 (Foreclosure) Year Built: 1905 Size: 4,033 sq ft Neighborhood: NoBro Taxes: $6,661 Distance to NYC: 55.7 mi, 1 hr 2 mins Public Transportation: MetroNorth to Beacon, then take ferry across Closest Roadways: 9W, I-87, I-84 Google Map