Weekly Link Round Up


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 Steven Rosas

Newburgh N.Y., Seeks Renewal Without Gentrification [NYT]
iPhone and iPad processors to be built in New York state [The Verge]
Investor’s buys bring Newburgh back [THR]
The Three Amigos of Newburgh [US Rowing]
Anna Dorfman’s Newburgh Home in German Glamour Magazine [Door Sixteen]
Housing development on Broadway in Newburgh gets OK; mayor votes ‘no’[THR]

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  • Can you tell me if 150 Third Street is for sale? My Grandparents lived in this house from the 1930s to the late 50s. the last I drove by a year ago it was abandoned. Would love to see the inside……… Any info you might have would be appreciated. My Grandmother had beautiful gardens in the back and was written up in a magazine.

    • Gail, it has been removed from real estate listings but a quick search on the Orange County Property site shows that it is not city owned. You could try contacting A.) the city to get in touch with the owner [probably the longest/hardest route] B.) find the owners yourself via the address given or C.) contact a realtor to see if they can find out better info.

      It’s one of my favorite houses! Can’t you tell? 🙂

      Use this link to find the owners:

      Do you still have that magazine clipping? I’d love to see!