In the past five years, most of Newark's new development projects have been in Downtown or in the neighboring Ironbound. However, new projects are beginning to take shape in several of Newark’s other neighborhoods.
Downtown Newark will have its first bookstore in decades with the arrival of a Barnes & Noble College store, expected to open in February 2017 serving the Rutgers University-Newark campus and downtown residents.
Is Newark the new Brooklyn? With the Brick City welcoming billions of dollars in new residential, commercial, and industrial development, along with a blossoming arts scene, it's a question worth asking.
More details have been revealed about a new building that developers are hoping to bring to Downtown Newark.
Phase Three of the park is open now for all to enjoy and the next phase is well underway, providing residents with acres of outdoor recreation.
Governor Phil Murphy will speak at an event today celebrating the topping off of Newark’s latest mixed-use tower.
Shaquille O'Neal and Boraie Development are planning a 33-story tower at the corner of McCarter Highway and Market Street in Downtown Newark. The site was previously supposed to contain an office building, but it was never built.
Plans for a 115-unit Newark development by Queen Latifah were first revealed over two years ago. Now, another project is being proposed for the site.
The starting bid for the 18-story Class A office property was set at $12 million.
The former home of the Newark Bears baseball team is being torn down in preparation for a large new development complex called Riverfront Square.