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General Newburgh Discussion August 19, 2017 at 8:14 pm

How to Better Newburgh

Hi all.

My family has owned a weekend home in the hudson valley for about 80 years. I’ve always been fascinated by Newburgh and its history, and am sure it is going to be a thriving, vibrant neighborhood once again – and soon!

My brother and I are interested in possibly investing in real estate. Today we went to visit Newburgh and were disheartened to find that most of it is still incredibly depressed. We were charmed by the homes on Grand St and Montgomery St, and were initially thinking of investing in a multi-family home around there.

But my question is – as an investor who is very much interested in revitalizing the city, what is the best way to help the community get on its feet again? Where would be the best place to buy property? Would restoring something in a very depressed area be better than owning a building on Grand St? Would commercial property be a better idea?

Let me know what you think. I feel like people probably have studied these things for years, but I’d really like to know how to help. Thanks a lot!

Classified July 11, 2017 at 2:23 pm

Bicycle rentals

Hello everyone,

I am wondering if there is a bike shop in the Newburgh/Beacon/New Windsor area that rents decent 12+ speed road bikes for the day.

Thank you,

General Newburgh Discussion June 20, 2016 at 7:36 pm

Pics from Illuminated festival, 2016

Hi, all.

Just wanted to share some photos I got of the 2016 Illuminated Festival from the roof of the Karples Manuscript Museum, as well as pics of the surrounding neighborhood from every other conceivable angle!

Newburgh Illuminated 2016

The story: On the day of the festival, Karples was doing (mostly) unadvertised tours of their current residence, the old Newburgh Savings Bank building. these were of the usually off limits upstairs and basement rooms, not the fabulous main lobby, which is open to the public. There were tours posted for 3:15 and 4:00pm, on a teeny, tiny flier on the side of the building. I didn’t even notice these, and only came to find out about the tour by off chance while I was poking around the intricate elevator doors on my way out of the building. A guide caught me and informed me of the tours.

My girlfriend and I were the only two on the 4:00 tour. We were shown the upstairs rooms, mostly in disrepair, but basically untouched since the bank closed in the 1980s. We were shown a room where the FBI used to meet during the race riots of the 1970s (a board room), bank vaults, and various other banking departments. Not much furniture left, but all of the original granite, and intricate wood trim and plaster work remained intact. Unfortunately, I didn’t think to take pictures of the inside of the building.

Finally, we were taken up to the roof to conclude the tour! We got allot of time to take pictures since there were only two of us, plus the guide. The guide was very enthusiastic about showing us the view.

I knew it was possibly a once in a lifetime opportunity, so I took as many shots of the view as I could.

Hope you enjoy!

Nick DeLessio

General Newburgh Discussion February 3, 2016 at 12:23 pm

CPA recommendation?

Hi neighbors!
Can anyone recommend a good, small-business friendly CPA/ tax advisor in the region?
Thanks!

Newburgh Art Scene January 23, 2016 at 3:15 pm

Community survey: Designing a new REHEARSAL & ARTS space in downtown Newburgh!

Hello musicians, actors, artists, and community makers!

We are in the final stages of designing a new REHEARSAL STUDIO & WORK SPACE that will be located within one block of the Broadway & Liberty St intersection in downtown Newburgh, NY.

We want this space to work for LOCAL players and artists, so we’re reaching out to YOU to help us design the best quality and most usable space that we can.
We want to make a space that is both functional and inviting, and we hope that the rehearsal space can become a place where musicians, actors, and artists can gather to rehearse, as well as put on house shows and events.

HERE is a link to a survey that will ask you some questions about what properties and services you’d like in a rehearsal space. It has 3 questions and should take less than 5 minutes to complete. Alternatively, you can leave us comments below, or contact us directly.
We really appreciate feedback and community input into this project.

If you’re interested in learning more about this project in person, let’s meet up!
Contact Sarah & Aaron at 304.871.0022 or sbhooff@gmail.com

Newburgh Art Scene May 14, 2014 at 1:43 pm

Community gathering

Newburgh has so many delicious restaurants. I suggest that we do a first ever Newburgh Community day. It should start with a 5K and at the finish line have all the local restaurants or vendors selling their products like a huge block party.

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