Photo by Newburgh photographer Brian Wolfe.

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06/14/19 11:30am

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 Brian Wolfe

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06/11/19 11:42am

The City of Newburgh Industrial Development Agency (IDA) seeks proposals to develop a 15-acre parcel prior to its remediation under a NYS Dept. of Environmental Conservation designated brownfield cleanup program located at 5 Scobie Drive in the City of Newburgh, Orange County, New York.

The City of Newburgh IDA is seeking development that will rehabilitate this long-neglected brownfield site that will simultaneously create employment opportunities for residents. The site is 1 mile via commercially trafficked roads to the entrance to Route 84 and 2.5 miles to Route 87.  It is 19 miles to the Westchester border, 34 to New Jersey, 32 to Connecticut and 39 to Pennsylvania. 

All responses must be received by Thursday, July 25, 2019 by 4:00 pm.  Click here for the link for the entire RFP.

05/07/19 3:00pm

Goodbye cinder blocks and hello beautiful sliding glass garage doors at the ADS warehouse on Ann Street. There will be a variety of uses happening in this building but, this particular space will be the home of a future distillery. Located directly off the Liberty Street corridor and across the street from the Ann Street Gallery, the new uses for the ADS warehouse will be a welcome change to this once dormant building.

The grand reopening of the Liberty Street Bistro. Photo by Newburgh photographer Mary Kelly Photography.

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