This is a huge offer in downtown Newburgh right on Broadway. The rear building is also known as 10 Carpenter, where last summer, art show Orange Alert was held. These are just a sampling of the photos available. There is commercial space, residential space, and open studio space. Be sure to click through to the listing for all the details. A great opportunity for someone to contribute to the revitalization of the city with a vision.
240 Broadway Newburgh NY Asking Price: $450,000 Year Built: 1875 Size: 7,420 sq ft Neighborhood: Broadway Taxes: $8,060 Distance to NYC: 55.7 mi, 1 hr 2 mins Public Transportation: MetroNorth to Beacon, then take ferry across Closest Roadways: 9W, I-87, I-84 Google Map Listing by: RE/MAX Benchmark Realty Group
When you think of open industrial spaces in Newburgh, Liberty Street, Broadway or the waterfront come to mind. The truth is there are open spaces all over the city. Jefferey Link is taking a bet on Clark Street, just off Broadway. He has bought a conglomeration of 3 warehouses located at 4-6 Clark that he calls the Newburgh Artist Colony.
As they open up the walls that combine the spaces, they are finding layers upon layers of decades past – murals, bricked up windows and doorways. None of these details match, but Jefferey says that is exactly what people love. Two of the units can only be accessed by a small alleyway off Broadway. It adds an element of discovery and curiosity that his tenants find attractive, so much so that all of the units are now filled even though construction has yet to be completed. Tenants include 2 art galleries, an ecommerce company called Eggplant Mail, a furniture restorer who transports his work up from Brooklyn, and a photographer.
On the same block Rip Rap bought 45 Clark Street, a 7,000 square foot warehouse that is now available for rent. It is empty for now, but is being advertised as a “storage or a distribution facility for the right tenant”.
Jeffrey says he is getting phone calls everyday. Instead of turning prospective tenants away, he has come up with a new idea – help his fellow landlords fill their empty storefronts to develop a creative nucleus on Mid-Broadway. Recently he helped show 170 Broadway to a prospective tenant from Manhattan. The person works for a popular vintage furniture company. They were attracted to Newburgh because of its location, and the cheap rent. They were very familiar with distressed cities, and Newburgh’s past or present didn’t really seem to deter them.
Jefferey has a lot of plans and visions for the empty spaces of Mid-Broadway. His ability to attract tenants to an otherwise overlooked block has boosted his confidence. A web series has already filmed at the colony and it has participated in an art showing as part of Newburgh Last Saturdays. Let’s hope the success continues.
Eggplant Mail owners, Biagio and Brandyn. They occupy 2 units at the Newburgh Artist Colony. The location was perfect for them because Newburgh was a middle point between both Poughkeepsie and Walden where they both reside. Their unit isn’t completed yet, but they have already moved in, anxious to take their business outside their homes.
Yesterday was the ribbon cutting of the Central Hudson Main Street Revitalization Project. This project was a collaboration between Central Hudson, the City of Newburgh, Safe Harbors of the Hudson and the Newburgh Community Land Bank. The scope of this project included complete streets planning with crosswalks, curb extensions, planters and a new bus stop by Atlas Industries. It also included the funding of Safe Harbors Green Park and funding for the redevelopment of 96 Broadway – a long neglected building at a major intersection of Broadway.
The energy was very hopeful and full of excitement as we all stood around on this crisp fall day. Pedestrians were using the crosswalks, visitors sat on park benches, readers browsed the Little Free Library and riders sat at the new bus stop. This intersection has come leaps and bounds over the past decade. Although there is still much work to do, these improvements help to inspire others to continue to make progress in the City of Newburgh.
This is an important corner property for sale on Broadway and 9W. It’s disappointing there aren’t better photos of the building itself to entice buyers. But it is worth featuring, especially since the upper floors appear to be commercial and could be a good space for new businesses in the city. There are two businesses on the ground floor that have been there a while. The location is ideal, but still has a ways to go, being that there is a vacant deteriorating building to the right, and an empty gas station to the left.
313 Broadway Newburgh NY Asking Price: $1,250,000 Year Built: 1960 Size: 9,144 sq ft Neighborhood: Broadway Taxes: $18,196 Distance to NYC: 58.1 mi, 1 hour 9 mins Public Transportation: MetroNorth to Beacon, then take ferry across Closest Roadways: 9W, I-87, I-84 Google Map
A property on the north side of Broadway is up for sale with mixed use possibilities. There is a commercial storefront on the first floor and two apartments above, and judging from the photo, maybe even a bit of yard property. This is west of 9W, so I believe it is outside the historic district that would require you to go to the ARC for façade repairs.
382 Broadway Newburgh NY (Lawrence Curasi, ERA Curasi Realty) Asking Price: $300,000 Year Built: 1900 Size: 6,226 sq ft Neighborhood: Broadway Taxes: $15,325 Distance to NYC: 58.1 mi, 1 hour 9 mins Public Transportation: MetroNorth to Beacon, then take ferry across Closest Roadways: 9W, I-87, I-84 Google Map