Liberty Street has definitely seen a lot of changed in 2008 and, there are many more changes to come for 2009. This year so far there has been the opening of a bakery, and now the Wherehouse restaurant has a tentative opening date of February 16th. There are still many store fronts available for the adventurous entrepreneur like the one pictured above. The space has been divided, so you can rent half, or have the partition wall taken down and rent the entire space. Certain parts of Liberty already have a noticeable different vibe. Liberty Street could use eateries for the venturous palate. One of my favorite cuisines is Thai food.
Thai restaurants always have the funkiest and chicest decor with an industrial feeling. From the outside it’s always dark, but with these huge bursts of color inside. The food is always yummy but friendly on the pockets. And, they usually always seem to know when an area is up and coming and brave the ghettos while attracting young urban crowds. With colleges nearby Newburgh fits the bill. Williamsburg must have at least 25 Thai/Sushi/Vietnamese restaurants (if not MORE).
The above place could be some kind of spa or boutique maybe. The space really looks bright and offers a lot of potential. The natural light would be great for a small gallery. This space is right next to graphic designer- Design by Sue. Simple Gifts and Goodies right down the street has a similar decor. What do you think? What kind of shops could Newburgh use in it’s revitalization? This is about capitalizing on Washington’s Headquarters-one of Newburgh’s main tourist attractions, and bringing in productive business to support the ones existing overall and the ones to come.
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