Category Archives: Commercial Real Estate Trends

Ziel to be Orange County Accelerator’s First Newburgh Campus Tenant

Posted in Commercial Real Estate Trends

Homepage of Ziel’s website An Accelerator Campus in Newburgh, N.Y.   On Friday, June 15th The Orange County Accelerator announced from it’s New Windsor campus a plan to open its third Accelerator campus in Newburgh,… Read More

Young, black, and real estate savvy: one entrepreneur’s vision

Posted in Commercial Real Estate Trends

Dwayne Jordan is a savvy real estate investor with an eye on Newburgh   35 year old real estate entrepreneur Dwayne Jordan This entrepreneur sees opportunity in Newburgh! Dwayne Jordan is a young man with a… Read More

Redefining Retail in Newburgh

Posted in Commercial Real Estate Trends

Once disrupted, Newburgh is reviving in the digital age   Urban renewal disrupted Newburgh, N.Y. That disruption included massive demolition of Hudson River waterfront buildings, and was felt for a long time. Now, in early… Read More

Map of Multifamily Commercial Real Estate Sales Newburgh, N.Y.

Posted in Commercial Real Estate Trends

Consistent with nationwide market predictions and trends, Newburgh, N.Y.,  has seen a healthy uptick in sales of multifamily commercial real estate, both at the end of 2016 and the start of 2017. This uptick is… Read More

Turn-Key Water Purification Company In Newburgh Is For Sale

Posted in Commercial Real Estate Trends, Historic Commercial Real Estate

Rich Kodilanen stands outside his 79 Renwick Street Water Purification Property in Newburgh, N.Y. This turn-key water purification company is available in Newburgh, N.Y. Blocks from the waterfront & views to the river from the… Read More

Sales of City Owned Properties Pick Up Momentum

Posted in Commercial Real Estate Trends, Historical Newburgh

Example of renovated properties in City of Newburgh’s Historic District The city of Newburgh’s Planning & Development Department is busy these days as sales of city owned properties picks up momentum. Nobody is complaining because… Read More