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Three Hudson Valley County Executives Talk Regional Challenges, Opportunities in “Making the Connection” Conversation Hosted by Pattern for Progress

Three Hudson Valley county executives gathered to discuss regionalism and how working together to face common challenges will ensure a sustainable future for the Hudson Valley region.

County executives George Latimer of Westchester, Marcus Molinaro of Dutchess and Ed Day of Rockland participated in the “Making the […]

Hudson Valley Regional Housing Market Seven Trends to Watch in 2019

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NEWBURGH (April 30, 2019) – Ten years after the financial crisis and the housing crash, the real estate market is coming back with rising prices and low interest rates. But while a seller’s market may exist, the reality is a little more complex.

To help buyers and sellers navigate […]

Pattern Brings Together Mayors of Three Cities that Won the $10 Million Downtown Revitalization Initiative

PATTERN BRINGS TOGETHER MAYORS OF THREE CITIES THAT WON THE $10 MILLION DOWNTOWN REVITALIZATION INITIATIVE

The leaders offered their insights and answered questions about the process

NEWBURGH (April 24, 2019) –  The mayors of three Hudson Valley cities that received $10 million each in funding from Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s Downtown Revitalization Initiative (DRI) gathered today to discuss […]

2019-04-25T14:04:49+00:00April 25th, 2019|Categories: Current Issues & Research Agenda, In the News, Press Releases, Urban Issues|

Pattern for Progress Hosts Presentation on Opportunity Zone Program

Pattern For Progress Hosts Presentation on Opportunity Zone Program

Discussion centered on how to invest in rebuilding communities in the region

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NEWBURGH (March 18, 2019) –  Government officials, business owners and professionals from a variety of industries packed Kaplan Hall in SUNY Orange to learn about the Opportunity Zone […]

Maloney, Delgado to Talk Policy and Politics in “Making the Connection” Conversation Hosted by Pattern for Progress

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Maloney, Delgado to Talk Policy and Politics in “Making the Connection” Conversation Hosted by Pattern for Progress

The legislators will discuss issues central to the Hudson Valley

NEWBURGH (Feb. 28, 2019) –  Congressmen Sean Patrick Maloney and […]

Hudson Valley’s Housing Market Recovery Marked By Higher Prices, Increased Closed Sales

Hudson Valley’s Housing Market Recovery Marked By Higher Prices, Increased Closed Sales

But a shortage of inventory is limiting sales

NEWBURGH (Jan. 29, 2019) – The real estate market in the Hudson Valley is on the upswing, with rising prices and increased sales over the last five years fueling the best housing market since the […]

2019-01-29T17:05:52+00:00January 29th, 2019|Categories: Housing, Press Releases, Uncategorized, Urban Issues|

Region’s Urban Centers Get New Data Tool as Pattern for Progress Releases Housing profiles of 25 Communities in the Hudson Valley

Hudson Valley Pattern for Progress and its Center for Housing Solutions and Urban Initiatives have released a new set of Housing Profiles of the region’s urban areas, offering informative and easy-to-read snapshots of housing conditions and affordability in 25 cities and villages throughout the Hudson Valley.

Covering a range of communities, from larger cities like New […]

2018-12-06T16:48:22+00:00October 5th, 2018|Categories: Current Issues & Research Agenda, Housing, Press Releases, Urban Issues|

New “Urban Action Agenda” Report by Pattern Evaluates 25 Cities and Village in Hudson Valley

Newburgh – For the second year in a row, Hudson Valley Pattern for Progress has released a major report summarizing the progress of the Urban Action Agenda (UAA) and looking at a dozen key subjects—from infrastructure and transportation to economic development and public health—that impact the […]

Pattern for Progress to Host Across the Aisle Event Featuring Bipartisan Panel of Young Elected Officials

Pattern for Progress is bringing back its popular Across the Aisle event on July 10, but this year there’s a new twist. Instead of the usual conversation between one Democratic and one Republican Congressman, this year’s event will include a panel discussion, featuring members of the “next generation” of elected leadership in the Hudson Valley.

“While […]

2018-12-06T16:48:22+00:00June 19th, 2018|Categories: Press Releases|