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I was planning to buy a new carpet/rug for my home.
To cut the long story short my 2-year-old child literary was about to burn our house I don’t know where did he get a match. I just went to buy some groceries last Sunday and when I came home my husband and my kids are wet and the floor is also soaking wet.
I thought that they were just playing water but to my surprise I so my carpet burned and already rolled -_- so irritating but I guess that is part of being a parent. Sad but the carpet is a gift from my parents when I got married.
I tried to look for a company that can restore it but there wasn’t any near my location, When surfing the internet I came into these interesting rugs https://www.cyrusrugs.com/cyrus-artisan-abril-abr-01-rugs.html & the other one ishttps://www.cyrusrugs.com/cyrus-artisan-abrax-abx-01-rugs.html. Personally I like the sad color but I realized that it is harder to maintain since I have two kids that will play mud all they outide the house.
What do you think guys? Should I get the sand color or the black and grey ones? It is easier to maintain and looks classy but I like the sand color and it suites my taste but harder to maintain.
I went to college in Newburgh from 1988-92, and took a drive through the city this weekend.
Thinking about coming back to the Hudson Valley, and am considering renting in Newburgh.
I was happy to feel all the new energy and see so much that has changed in the city and for the good. Was wondering if people could recommend real estate agencies that deal in rentals, or particular neighborhoods that might be good if you are just settling back in. I live in Boston now, and had mobile work that took me all over the city, so I’m open to neighborhoods. Just curious about the layout of the city (I don’t remember from way back then) and what’s going on in each neighborhood. I have a car so I’d need street parking or to find a lot that rents out off street.
Thanks for your help. I’m interested in being in Newburgh for what it is. It actually reminded me of Dorchester in Boston which is eclectic and has a variety of neighborhoods.
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Can anyone recommend Pet sitters that will work in Newburgh?
Hello, I am working on a house that is from the mid 1800’s looking around for bricks of the same era to do some patching. if any one out there is looking to get rid of some….
My Carpenter/ handyman moved and I’m looking for a recommendation. Personal experience with them, please.
My boyfriend and I are thinking of investing in real estate in Newburgh (we’re thinking of being the live in super/landlords). I’ve been really inspired by real estate cooperatives in NYC, communal living spaces and co-ops that create and make use of the green spaces around their properties to provide food and other services to their residents (the Kelly Street Garden in the Bronx comes to mind). This might be a big lift, but seems like an exciting and worthwhile project to take on in Newburgh.
So my question is: Is anything like this happening already in Newburgh? Are there community gardens or urban farms that I can visit? Who should I be talking to?
We’re hopefully coming up to visit on February 10th, so I’d love to check out what’s happening and learn more.
I am wondering if there is a bike shop in the Newburgh/Beacon/New Windsor area that rents decent 12+ speed road bikes for the day.
I’m looking for any information/anyone with experience or expertise in sustainable energy restoration of a home/house in Newburgh. Geothermal, solar energy etc…
Does anyone know from this forum whether there are any plans in the future for a supermarket to open in Newburgh? Hard to believe that theres not one in town.
I’m so excited that my husband and I will be closing on hour future home on Lander Street shortly. It’s a lovely little gem and we are excited about making our new home in Newburgh. Two of the interior doors have a pane of the original etched glass broken out and thankfully one panel from each door remains. Are there craftsmen or glass artisans who can replicate historic etched glass panels that can be recommended?
I fell in love with Newport,I want to move there to live.
I am interested in the issue of employment in the firm on repair and reconstruction of houses.
I have no education construction,but have a great desire to participate in the restoration of the magnificent homes of the city.
Have experience of repairs of his own house.
I will come only at the end of the year, green map, so find out in advance about the possibility to find a job.
Thanks to all!!!
Hudson Valley Real Estate Partners
Construction Project Management Position Available
Hudson Valley Real Estate Partners, LLC is in search of a Construction Project Manager. The right individual will be responsible for coordinating and managing all necessary resources throughout each stage of the construction process. The PM shall ensure that both the owner’s expectations and budgetary guidelines are met. The PM will be expected to manage each project from beginning to end including: budget, costs, schedule, risk management, value engineering, insurances, general work performance and quality, and the overall construction schedule.
Compensation: Competitive salary with benefits, including health insurance.
-Bachelor’s degree in Construction Management, Engineering or applicable discipline and experience relative to project size/scope.
-Minimum of two years of project management experience.
-Excellent business judgment demonstrated by consistently achieving profitability objectives with subcontractor relationships in good standing.
-Excellent organization skills and attention to detail
-Ability to consistently analyze and execute financial trade-offs which frequently involve dealing with incomplete data and ambiguity.
-Ability to constantly multi-task and handle competing priorities between principal’s business needs, organizational issues, while maintaining strong vendor relations.
-A strong sense of urgency and initiative. Able to naturally adjust to adversity.
-Be able to quickly get up to speed on City of Newburgh Code Regulations, Zoning Codes and EPA Regulations.
Hudson Valley Real Estate Partners, LLC is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, gender identity, gender expression, or any other characteristic projected by law.
If interested in beginning considered for the position, please send cover letter & resume to:
Hudson Valley Real Estate Partners