The Hudson Valley is home to many beautiful ruins. They’re easy for New Yorkers to miss or overlook. But this past Saturday, the New York State Museum unveiled a photography and architecture exhibit dedicated to these sites: Hudson Valley Ruins features over 80 photographs by Robert Yasinsac and Thomas Rinaldi documenting forgotten historic sites and cultural treasures in the Hudson River Valley.
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Gedney Street Project
The Gedney Street Project will bring a new river front park to the Village of Nyack along with new townhouses and condominiums. The new public park will include accessible walkways, seating with river views, an arts space and an environmental education center.
The Gedney Street Project will add about $500,000 in new annual property tax revenues taxes to the Village of Nyack.
Learn more about the future of the Nyack waterfront at the Gedney Street Project Visitor Center at 70 Main St & Broadway in Nyack, Wed-Sun from 2p-9p.
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