This is a great photo I found from Hudson River Valley Heritage. The photo is of the Newburgh Ferry Terminal office. It was located at the tip of water street. The information listed shows that the structure was built in 1899, but razed in the 1970’s during Newburgh’s “urban renewal” project. This is really a shame because had this structure been around today it would have made a great historical terminal for the current ferry.
The Newburgh Community Land Bank is accepting RFP’s for 102-104 Washington Street. A vacant shell that is just around the corner from the Liberty Street corridor and Washington’s Headquarters. This is an exciting opportunity to bring another building back to life in this central corridor. According to the Land Bank: The goal is to encourage […]
Photo by Newburgh photographer Edward Blondin of the Young Victorian. Add your own photos depicting city life to the Newburgh Restoration Flickr pool to be used on the blog, or email me. **Flickr users please do not forget to remove disabling of downloading of pictures otherwise, I can’t use them** Please do not take photos for your own use […]
Photo by Newburgh photographer Naomi Hersson-Ringskog. Add your own photos depicting city life to the Newburgh Restoration Flickr pool to be used on the blog, or email me. **Flickr users please do not forget to remove disabling of downloading of pictures otherwise, I can’t use them** Please do not take photos for your own use without consulting the photographer.
The creators of Graft Cider are starting a new company, Hudson North Cider Co. on March 1, 2020. They are committed to preserving and maintaining Hudson Valley trails and waterways and will be partnering with Scenic Hudson. The cider will be produced out of their Ann Street facility as well as their new facility on Little […]
There will be an OPEN HOUSE on Sunday, January 5, from 12:00 Noon to 4:00 PM at these two spectacular, newly renovated floor-through penthouse apartments. These spacious, modern, light-filled NYC loft-like homes with high cathedral-like ceilings and beautiful mountain views in a century-plus old building are in the center of New York’s second largest historic […]