New developments in Newark like Shaq Tower and Halo are underway alongside several adaptive reuse and preservation-minded projects that are aiming to revitalize the city’s central core.
The first phase of the three-tower complex will rise 38 stories and future portions are set to add what will become Newark’s tallest building.
Significant progress has been made at the future home of the Frank J. Guarini Justice Complex, which is redeveloping a block near Journal Square, Jersey City.
The rise of a 19-story tower symbolizes the next phase of development around Journal Square, Jersey City.
Several blocks near the Grove Street PATH station are close to being fully revamped into a carless stretch with fresh pavers, infrastructure improvements, and new public spaces.
The Long Island-based developer is constructing two glass-heavy high-rises out of six that are planned for the block that will create a new pedestrian-only street lined with retail shops.
The Newark-born Queen Latifah was on hand for a ceremony that marked the final portion of the project’s construction, as pre-leasing at the development is expected to soon commence.
The Bergen-Lafayette, Jersey City complex is expected to include 56 apartments at a site that once contained a sanitation garage.
The office and retail complex next to Newark Penn Station has been called a “city within a city,” and work is currently underway.
A South Orange community center has become a construction site, with crews working to transform a complex that partially dates back to the end of the 19th century.