Newburgh Mid-Broadway project developers ready to move forward


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NEWBURGH – Developers of the $29 million Mid-Broadway project in the City of Newburgh are hoping to breaking ground on the facility in about a year.
The five-story apartment building would include 91 residences with a
12,000 square foot supermarket and a smaller store on the street level.
One of the developers, Patrick Normoyle, said the project would be the stimulus for further redevelopment of the mid-to-lower Broadway corridor.
Key to the project is the use of local labor, noted Normoyle.
“This project just can’t happen and the building end up being a beautiful building with people living there,” he told the city council Thursday night. “That would be great but it would be a crime if local people weren’t working on it the whole time through.”
The contract between the developer and the city expires on May 1 and Normoyle and his partner, Magnus Magnusson, asked for an extension, noting that if a lawsuit has not be filed against its zoning, construction would be underway by now.
They hope to secure zoning approvals and have a shovel in the ground in about a year. 

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