03/03/17 7:30am


17 Park 2

This is a home full of opportunities at the very north end of the City of Newburgh, just south of the Newburgh-Beacon Bridge. Properties do not often come up for sale here. This is a very private block that has a massive green lawn median dividing the street. The home itself has wonderful views of the Hudson River and the bridge. There is a lot of character and charm here, from the fireplace to the front door, from the wood floors to the molding, you could easily move in and make this house your home. As the listing says, “it’s a little piece of Tuscany right in the Hudson Valley.” For details contact:

Lauren Racanelli, RE/MAX Benchmark
Licensed Real Estate Salesperson
Office: (845) 565-0004
Cell: 845-863-7886
Fax: (845) 565-0005

17 Park Place Newburgh NY
Asking Price: $289,900
Year Built: 1926
Size: 1,296 sq ft
Neighborhood: North end of city near Newburgh-Beacon Bridge
Taxes: $12,955
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

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07/24/15 7:30am


There are two brand new apartments available to rent at 13 Chambers Street from the Newburgh Community Land Bank. This is a street that has been seeing a lot of development from Habitat, the Land Bank and neighbors. The architect who designed these apartments will have his office on the first floor and has done an amazing restoration of the original storefront. This is a historic rehab so original details have been preserved.

No smoking and no pets. Tenant pays utilities, but the units are very efficient with instant hot water heaters, new efficient windows, etc. Laundry is in the building and there is off street parking. There are income requirements.

2 Bedroom Apartment – $1059
3 Bedroom Apartment – $1300
13 Chambers St Newburgh NY Google Map

If interested contact:

Madeline Fletcher
(845) 565 5360







* This is a sponsored post by the Newburgh Community Land Bank. Thoughts and views are my own.

02/27/14 12:00pm

Sponsored By A River of Opportunities.

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In an 85,000-square-foot warehouse 55 miles north of New York City is a museum that is testament to one man’s twin passions: for motorcycles and for the City of Newburgh.

The Motorcyclepedia Museum in Newburgh is home to over 500 motorcycles. It began when Newburgh residents Ted Doering and his father started collecting motorcycle parts over 60 years ago. During that time, they have amassed an immense and rare collection of motorcycles. They could have chosen anywhere to open the museum, but they decided to do it in a warehouse in the City of Newburgh, because that’s where Ted’s heart is. He wanted not only to preserve and showcase the treasures they had acquired, but to help put his hometown back on the map. (more…)

01/10/14 2:45pm

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Sometimes finding one’s destiny is as simple as placing a compass on a map and drawing a circle. That’s how printer Luke Ives Pontifell wound up moving his company, Thornwillow Press, to Newburgh, NY, a city only 55 miles north of Manhattan.

Pontifell had been looking for a place to consolidate his limited edition, custom book and stationery business, which was spread across the world in England, Florida and the Czech Republic. One day, his wife drew a one-hour radius around their home in NYC, and they set off visiting locations in Connecticut and Pennsylvania. Nothing felt quite right until, guided by the New York State Economic Development Corporation, they arrived in Newburgh and came upon a massive 19th-century warehouse that used to function as a coat factory.


11/25/13 12:10pm

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Most who grow up near New York City dream of trading their suburban life for big city dreams. Chris Basso and Paul Halayko, however, were unlike the average suburbanites: the two 31 year old Washingtonville natives found their dreams not in the big city, but in their home county, Orange. More specifically, they found their dreams in a 160 year old paper-box factory along the Hudson River in Newburgh, NY – 55 miles north of NYC.

Basso, who had been a brewer at the Brooklyn brewery, and Halyako, who had been working in finance, teamed up  with Chris Benedetti, who also had a background in finance. The three then set their eyes on Newburgh to start their brewery, Newburgh Brewing Company.

Although Basso asserts that he always had his heart set on brewing in Newburgh, he says that the main thing that drew him upstate was the affordability.  Financial realities are a crucial point for a young business. Basso says: “if you were to transplant this exact building and everything that goes with it to Brooklyn… it would’ve been so far out of reach, it would not have been feasible.” But his city-savvy dexterity should pay off, as he believes that “…if you have a little bit of vision and a little bit of money you can come in, take an existing structure and turn it into something.” After all, think of how Williamsburg and Bushwick were before they developed: filled with warehouses and factories, sure – but with lots of potential.

Chris and Paul Newburgh Brewing Co


11/01/13 12:00pm

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In an old hand clutch factory 55 miles north of the George Washington Bridge in the City of Newburgh, NY lies the office and workshop of Atlas Industries, a high-end furniture maker known for its modular modern furniture crafted from Walnut, Maple, and other woods.

Until a year ago, Atlas was located in a 6,000 square foot workspace in Brooklyn. They made the move upstate when they found a 55,000 square foot building on Newburgh’s Spring Street that allowed them to expand their space to 14,000 square feet and use the rest to expand into new lines of business. Plans are under way to start renting spaces to other businesses and also open an art gallery in the coming year.

Although operating in the smaller Brooklyn space kept costs down, it was also constraining. In Brooklyn they performed multiple tasks in a single space. They often had to break down and move things to be able to work. Now, in their new building they have dedicated space for specific tasks and there is room for additional woodworking machinery, which is expected to help grow their core business.

Atlas Studio

Thomas Wright, one of Atlas’s principals, says the move to Newburgh was a nice “downshift” too. His crew is able to spend less effort on lower value, day to day operations. For example, in Brooklyn, they had to make sure no one was parked in their driveway, stop traffic and unload boxes by hand onto the sidewalk. Now, they have three loading docks on their property.

Wright says his office is also an amazing place to watch the snow fall, and his cat seems happier too.

Tom Wright Atlas

Thomas Wright, one of the founders of Atlas Industries, in his furniture design warehouse.

Wright is not ignorant to Newburgh’s woes. However, he thinks that the negative perception of Newburgh does not reflect the reality that he has seen — and he says he has not encountered any problems. He likens moving his business to Newburgh to the challenges presented by moving to neighborhoods like the Lower East Side, Red Hook, or Williamsburg before they developed. And like others that made the move to developing locations early, he got a larger, more affordable place to run his business that enabled him to try new things, like opening an art gallery and becoming a landlord.

To learn more about Newburgh, check out “The River of Opportunities – the City of Newburgh” website.