It is so exciting to announce for those of you that didn’t know that Newburgh will be getting a new art gallery in 2014! It will be located in the Atlas Industries building with an entrance on Spring Street. The owners, Thomas Wright and Joeseph Fratesi, will curate the space themselves. However, before they can start picking out art, they will have to pick up a sledge hammer to remove all the cement blocks obstructing the windows. This space is going to be amazing. It will be a huge transformation for an area that used to be scary and undesirable. Raise your hand if you want to move to Spring Street! I know do! There are a couple of abandoned properties still there available for restoring.
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This is SUPER exciting news. I just sold (I am a Real Estate Broker) the former Resnicks Building which is next door to Atlas and the new owner is looking for a similar venture….He is very much in favor of Newburgh and this area so any ideas and concepts related to the arts, etc. would be considered. I will have plans of the spaces available tmrw so please reach out to me for further information !!!
Send me the info Troy! Sounds very exciting!
A few of us chimed in on the building when it was first sold, Troy 🙂
Here are some ideas to get people thinking…
Newburgh on the rise!
Great news! Looks like a great space for showcasing art.
The more the merrier! Less abandoned buildings = aesthetically pleasing for the community.