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The latest East Orange news stories from Jersey Digs, New Jersey’s leading real estate news source.

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Super Modern Lotus 315 Development Nearing Completion

The Lotus 315 project in East Orange is expected to include 180 units, a supermarket, and more.
715 Park Avenue East Orange

70 Apartments Planned for Former East Orange School District Headquarters

The eight-story building at 715 Park Avenue could soon contain dozens of apartments.
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123-Unit Project Could Come to East Orange

Plans to bring a new development with over 100 apartments to the site of the former Blood Center of New Jersey could possibly be approved this week.
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Major Redevelopment Coming to East Orange’s Arcadian Gardens Site

Dubbed 'Sussex Avenue Urban Renewal,' the redevelopment will bring new buildings, including a warehouse, to the site.
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Developer Plans 18-Story High-Rise in East Orange

An 18-story tower with over 200 apartments could be built in this Essex County city.
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Apartments and Restaurant Could Come to Vacant East Orange Building

Just across the street from the Brick Church Train Station, more units and dining options are planned.
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Residential Revitalization Planned for Abandoned East Orange Hotel

The former Marlborough Hotel at 89 North Arlington Avenue, as well as a nearby property at 475 William Street, could soon feature dozens of residential units each.
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60-Unit Building Planned Near Brick Church Train Station In East Orange

Development near train stations has been a trend in recent years across Northern New Jersey, and East Orange in Essex County is no exception.
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Could East Orange Become The Next Jersey City? Its Mayor Thinks So

For many years, vacant lots have lined many of the streets in Essex County’s second largest city. However, times are starting to change across East Orange. A massive new 17-story tower at 20-30 Evergreen Place is just one of many new developments in the city.