A hearing has been scheduled for an application that calls for a new five-story building to be constructed in the Ironbound section of Newark.
Construction is expected to begin soon on a new development targeting graduate students and hospital employees in Newark.
Soon, dozens of new residents could be coming to neighborhoods of Newark that are north of Interstate 280. In the Lower Broadway neighborhood of the City’s Central Ward, a new building is planned at 73-87 Clay Street, between Spring Street and Route 21/McCarter Highway.
Three adjacent properties in the South Ward of Newark that are owned by the municipal government are slated to be sold to a mixed-use developer.
The Passaic River Eco-Cruise Tours have returned to Newark. For a small donation, you can take a two-hour boat tour on the Passaic River.
A building in Downtown Newark is being transformed into the region’s next Urby development.
22 residential units are proposed for what is now a salvage yard on Mulberry Street in Newark.
The city of Newark was founded in 1666, making it one of the first five New Jersey settlements alongside Burlington, Jersey City, Swedesboro & Piscatawaytown. This year Newark celebrates its 350th anniversary and to commemorate this historic date, the Newark Public Library is hosting an exhibition entitled Every Block in Newark about its urban planning history.
An Essex County organization has announced plans for a new housing community targeted towards local residents who experience homelessness.
A company wants its plan for a senior citizens development on Broadway in Newark to be approved.