You are cordially invited to the THIRD annual shopping crawl in the City of Newburgh! Spend the day strolling between shops and restaurants all while enjoying the unique experience the city has to offer. Purchase one-of-a-kind gifts while enjoying sales, specials, and a chance to win various raffle prizes! Due to Covid-19 the event took […]
April 30th 2020, This IS Newburgh from Ruedi Hofmann on Vimeo. Sadly, Ruedi Hofmann, Ann Stratton, and their family is leaving Newburgh. They have done some amazing projects while they were here, one of my favorites being Pivotal Newburgh. Their neighbors are going to miss them too. On April 30th they got a text from […]
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From reading the MLS listing, it sounds to me like it’s the entire unbuilt project/plans that’s for sale—not individual condos:
Anna, according to listing agent: “That is for the entire project, land, zoning, and approvals.”
Yeah, that’s what I thought. Bummer. Something tells me this will wind up being yet another abandoned project. 🙁
I wish someone would put money into the potentially beautiful historic buildings on Broadway. Broadway is the heart of city – or more like the main artery. Imagine what the city of Newburgh would be like if all of the money that went into the painfully generic, Disneyland like waterfront was invested into revitalizing Broadway. All of those restaurants in the heart of Newburgh.
It’s a shame that the beautiful buildings that once inhabited this land were demolished in the name of urban renewal, but lets leave this land green for now. We don’t need any more new housing. Take a drive around the city and count how many abandoned homes there are.
Make it a park or a CSA farm – something that will support the community and bring people together – not create even more division of class and race.
Agreed!!!!!!! It’s a shame that the brick roads are gone too! My grandma grew up on Fullerton and has wonderful stories from when she was young. The dress shop owner on the corner of her street even traveled to the NYC to get her her wedding gown when she was getting married! She said there was a lot of hospitality that way back then.