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 […]
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By Michael Randall […]
Gentrification. For some, it’s a word that suggests progress. For others, concern.
For decades, the Hudson Valley’s urban areas didn’t get the attention they deserved.
In recent years, with an improving economy, more efforts are focused on revitalization. Mayors who want nothing but the best for residents and businesses keep close tabs on it.
While each of Orange […]
Regional planners help small cities reboot
Middletown, New York, and other small cities in the Hudson River Valley are revitalizing with the help of Pattern for Progress — a regional not-for-profit planning group. Pattern-trained stakeholders are spearheading projects that will restore their cities’ deteriorated or underused assets and employ them in innovative ways to attract residents, […]
On South William Street in the city of Newburgh, furniture maker Atlas Industries has turned a dormant warehouse into a new headquarters and studios and workspaces for dozens of artists and craftspeople. Times Herald-Record File Photo
Leonard Sparks Times Herald-Record
Posted Aug. 23, 2016 at 9:56 PM
CITY OF NEWBURGH […]
By Amanda Purcell /The Poughkeepsie Journal
Tom Murphy, the former Pittsburgh mayor credited with turning the former industrial city’s economic fortunes around, visited with Hudson Valley leaders Tuesday to discuss the hard decisions urban centers like the City of Poughkeepsie face in order to grow their economies in the next 20 to 30 years.
“You’re at a moment […]
|POUGHKEEPSIE – If you compare the rebirth of the City of Pittsburgh to the transformation of the City of Middletown, you will see the Orange County city is on the right track. That assessment comes from Middletown Mayor Joseph DeStefano, who is following […]