Progress Capital has announced an $84 million construction loan along with $36 million of equity to develop the 631-unit apartment building known as The Element.
A local developer who owns a townhome inside a newly created condemnation area has gone to court in hopes of stopping plans for a 50-story high-rise along Marin Boulevard.
The Coe Mansion, which was the subject of an adaptive reuse development proposal last year, now has a new owner.
A developer is planning a new building with three dozen units across from the Grand27 building in North Bergen.
A firm associated with the Hanini Group applied to turn a longstanding three-story Newark building into an 18-story development with 167 residential units and retail space.
An existing building at 73 Academy Street in Downtown Newark could undergo an adaptive reuse and expansion project that would involve the development of eight new residential units.
The City of Newark is considering a 30-year tax abatement for a proposed age-restricted development in the East Ward.
Mock-up images from social media provide a glimpse into how the neighborhood might transform if projects approved in the area get built during the coming years.
The company is requesting changes to a redevelopment plan that would allow them to provide required affordable units at an undisclosed location within one mile of their 57-story high rise.
The Casino Reinvestment Development Authority has greenlit a plan to build a 100,000-square foot indoor amusement center with a retractable roof along the city’s iconic boardwalk.