Anyone who’s spent some time in the Hudson Valley knows it is filled with historic buildings. Unfortunately, not all of these are well maintained, fortunately some are being saved from ruin by enterprising businessmen.
One such building is a red-brick structure straddling the Quassaick on upper Broadway in the City of Newburgh. The former mill was once deemed so unsafe that firefighters had a standing order to avoid entering, developer Victor Cappelletti said. Now, drawn to the potential of its “good bones” and massive size, Cappelletti is in the process of resurrecting the long-vacant, 100,000-square-foot structure, which is designated as 639 Broadway but actually combines four addresses. Find out more about this development.