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 Brian Wolfe

Gen Xers Are Key to Reviving Our Cities [Next City]
Columbia University joins effort to rebuild Newburgh [Mid Hudson Times]
Council weighs residency requirement for municipal officers, department heads [HV Blogs]
Newburgh Brewing Company Cans First Beer In-House [HV Magazine]
Orange County’s newest citizen given historical name [Mid-Hudson News]
Corning architect helps make the old new again [Star Gazette]
Stewart Airport’s name may change to reflect region [Mid Hudson News]
West Corktown Bank Building Converted into Amazing Home [Curbed]
This Is What It Takes To Move A 760-Ton Home Intact [Huffington Post]
How sprawl, inadequate transit worsen unemployment [Better! Cities & Towns]
How Walmart Displaces Nearby Small Businesses [City Lab]
‘Foodie Districts’ and Downtown Revitalization [Planetizen]

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