The statue of Christopher Columbus was rededicated yesterday at the Skylands Stadium in Augusta, New Jersey.
While most major development projects in Newark lately have been proposed for Downtown and the Ironbound, a Bergen County company is planning to construct buildings as high as 16 stories in the city’s outer neighborhoods.
The airline industry took a major nosedive last year when the coronavirus pandemic began. Experts warn that now is not the time to scale back on funding, but to go all-in on stimulus dollars for Newark Liberty International Airport.
Infrastructure improvements and more are planned for the city’s Fairmount neighborhood.
AeroFarms, an urban farming company, is preparing to open another facility in Newark that will become the largest indoor vertical farm in the world.
Newark's seventh annual Classic Car Show will take place on Sunday, Sept. 8, with free activities for all ages.
A hotel is still planned for the former Eric J. Feldman Child & Family Development Center building in Newark’s downtown.
There’s a new building towering over Newark, and for the first time in the city's recent history, nearly all of it is residential.
The City of Newark is leasing 325 rooms at a Holiday Inn near the airport “in order to stem the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic and its impact on the homeless, senior population and any other vulnerable population.”
An eyesore on Irvine Turner Boulevard in Newark’s South Ward could be home to over two dozen units as part of a plan by the property’s current owner.