Safe Harbors of the Hudson is a mixed-use, non-profit housing and arts redevelopment project. The project began in 2002 with the purchase of the Hotel Newburgh, a once proud destination, that had deteriorated over the years. Safe Harbors purchased the hotel in 2002 and in 2004 was awarded $21 million in state, county and federal funds to create a vibrant affordable, supportive housing complex.
Safe Harbors of the Hudson is committed to fostering and maintaining an environment that values diversity, equity, belonging and access. This inclusive approach is integral to Safe Harbors’ workplace, housing and community programming.
We strive to ensure Safe Harbors’ leadership reflects the community and is focused on the success and celebration of Newburgh and its residents. This is a place where people are valued, respected and supported in reaching their full potential and where community voices can be harmoniously engaged and amplified. We recognize that diverse ideas, voices and perspectives strengthen our work and our community.
“In diversity, there is beauty and strength.”