Construction has finally begun on an 84-unit complex in Newark near the Clay Street Bridge. The project will receive a 15-year tax abatement from City Hall.
Several completed redevelopment projects in Downtown Newark that included retail space are now starting to see their storefronts fill up, adding some vibrancy to an area long considered a 9 to 5 business district.
A new proposal reveals plans for a massive hotel directly across from Military Park that would include restaurants and a conference center.
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Candy and gum maker Mars Wrigley could be moving over a hundred employees from the Windy City to the Brick City, and expanding its existing presence in the Garden State.
More than 60 new units could come to Mulberry and Emmet Streets in the city’s East Ward.
New details have been released about a proposed 105-unit development on Orange Street in Newark’s Central Ward that we first told you about in June.
A project with 484 units and commercial space has been proposed for seven properties near Clay Street and McCarter Highway in Newark.
HUD awarded more than $85 million to the Garden State for public housing improvements and more than $19 million will be distributed in Hudson County with Jersey City and Hoboken receiving the largest sums.
Audible.com moved its headquarters to Newark ten years ago and is taking their investment in the city a step further by offering free rent to employees.