It’s funny that even though the Newburgh waterfront has been long gone for almost 40 years, imprints from it’s existence still remain. I quite often look at Newburgh maps, and I was intrigued to find imprints of the buildings above, which are North of Broadway Park. I looked at a couple of different satellite maps, and the imprints exist in all of them. It’s a live example of what once existed. Kinda eerie… It’s also interesting to see the Westshore Train Station with out a roof on it. It shows how far it’s come!
Downtown Newburgh businesses invite you to welcome Spring in the city, April 27th! Bring out the family and support small businesses with city-wide events for people of all ages. Below is a list of events: Rededication of Washington’s HQ Tower of Victory, 84 Liberty Street, 12:00-4:00pm Urban Farming Fair, 80 Broadway, 12:00 – 4:00 pm […]
In an April 29, 2016 posting, NR featured 284 Liberty Street . Two months later, it found new owners. NR: How did you find Newburgh and what made you decide to move here? Liz: Michael and I love the Hudson Valley and along with friends we were looking for a location to build a sustainable […]
At the corner of Broadway and West Street the long abandoned lot will soon be home to a Bank of America ATM. They have already rebuilt the sidewalk.
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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 HB How Rent Control Harms Those It Hopes to Help [MI] Trends Point To Rents Edging Higher In The Future [AT] Beacon’s Historic Movie Theater Just (Re)Opened [HVM] […]