In honor of Newark’s 350th Anniversary, The College of Architecture and Design at NJIT will host an famed architect Richard Meier. The exhibit, titled “Richard Meier – Newark Architect and Artist” will display works from Meier’s extensive career in the design disciplines of architecture, painting, collage, sculpture and product design.
The Newark community came together on Monday to celebrate the reopening of a long-shuttered downtown landmark. The Hahne and Company building officially re-opened this week with a ribbon cutting ceremony led by some of Newark’s most prominent players, both public and private.
The city’s latest development could come to 377-387 North 5th Street.
A nonprofit organization is seeking to convert an office building in the Ironbound into this shelter.
The city’s Ironbound neighborhood will be getting a new breakfast and lunch spot featuring unique coffee brewing methods and a diverse menu.
Jersey Digs has exclusively learned that the owner of a property near Newark’s Prudential Center is looking to construct a new building that would be 20 to 30 stories tall.
The proposed task force in New Jersey’s largest city would be among the first of its kind in a state where homelessness remains a crisis.
A CVS Pharmacy location is being proposed for Ferry Street in the city’s East Ward.
Newark’s newest park, Mulberry Commons, is finally about to open across the street from the Prudential Center. A grand opening celebration has been scheduled for May 14.
The Garden State’s two largest cities can be unpleasant for those behind the wheel.