Kearney developers set to build East End Lofts in Newburgh

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Rendering of Newburgh project

NEWBURGH – Kearney Realty and Development of Baldwin Place has won the support of the Newburgh City Council to build the East End Lofts project at 15 South Colden Street.

The project will be similar to their Queen City Lofts in Poughkeepsie.

Newburgh Mayor Torrance Harvey said the project will be a major plus for his city.

“This is an excellent opportunity and very excited about moving on development especially in light of COVID-19 and how we were doing great work revitalizing our city and hopefully this is a start of what we envision and what we have done prior to COVID-19,” he said.

The project is slated for housing for mixed-use, mixed-income, and those involved in the arts and literary professions. The project will include 65 to 70 units with 40 earmarked for arts/literary residents.

Commercial space will be designed to accommodate a ground floor restaurant with a rooftop lounge, similar to Zeus Brewer at Queen City Lofts.

The project is tentatively scheduled to begin in 2021 and will also include an art gallery where works of artist-tenants will be on display.