Newburgh Apartments for Rent
When Henry Hudson explored the river later named for him, he discovered several pleasant locations, including the present-day location of Newburgh. But it wasn’t until 100 years later, in 1709, that a settlement developed here. Today, Newburgh still holds traces of its long history in its treasured historic sites.
Washington’s Headquarters is a national historic landmark built in 1750. It served as George Washington’s longest-held headquarters during the Revolutionary War. It is the oldest house in the city, and if offers tours, picnic areas, and a visitor’s center. Another historic landmark, the Dutch Reformed Church, was built in 1835 by Alexander Jackson Davis, one of the most important architects of the time. The church is located in the Montgomery-Grand-Liberty Streets Historic District, which contains 250 buildings along the Hudson River.
While searching for your Newburgh apartment to rent, be sure to take a river cruise, visit beautiful Downing Park, stroll along Montgomery Street and admire the Victorian architecture, and enjoy the art galleries, shops, and restaurants that line the downtown area.