Your own little piece of heaven. Charming and affordable early 1900’s bungalow on acreage with year round views which increase dramatically after Fall. Sublimely private and peaceful position overlooking the Hudson river with views to the south to Beacon Bridge. Current owner has done most of the hard work here, and is reluctantly leaving his […]
The City of Newburgh has issued two RFP’s seeking to sell and develop vacant lots. Both contain parcels with waterfront views. Qualified and interested vendors shall submit their quotations by mail or in person to the City of Newburgh no later than 4:00 PM (local time) Friday, August 02, 2019. The goal is to encourage […]
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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 Brian Wolfe Maloney Proposes Replacing MTA [HC] Newburgh to open police substation [MHN] Newburgh Illuminated draws 40,000 people [MHN] Newburgh needs the Innovation Grand Street project [THR] Stewart […]
A new beauty salon is coming to 63 Liberty Street called Liberty and Beauty. This was once supposed to be the Fireman’s Museum which never materialized. Construction has begun for a storefront. This is a trend we are seeing south of Spring Street as there are about a dozen more storefronts that could be used […]