The concourse of Newark’s Gateway Center is now being branded as “The Junction.” Now, Jersey Mike’s Subs is planning to open a location inside.
More than two years after the Newark Municipal Council authorized the sale of several Central Ward properties for $200,000, the new owner is proposing a nine-story development with 92 residential units.
Another development application has been submitted for the MX-3 zone in Newark’s Ironbound neighborhood.
A site across from Newark’s relatively new Baxter Park Apartments near the NJIT campus is the subject of a proposal calling for a 15-story mixed-use building with more than 200 residential units.
We now know new information about a developer’s plans to bring a five-story building across from the Springfield Avenue Marketplace in Newark’s Central Ward.
The owner of a used car and U-Haul dealership on Elizabeth Avenue in Newark is proposing a building with 29 units and retail space on the premises.
After plans to turn a building in Newark’s Ironbound neighborhood into a shelter for veterans experiencing homelessness were denied, a developer is seeking to bring nine apartments to the building.
A developer wants to bring a building with 155 units to a site on Newark’s Irvine Turner Boulevard that was once home to the Queen of Angels Church and School.
The new owner of an old industrial property in Newark’s Ironbound neighborhood is scheduled to seek approval today to construct a five-story development with apartments and retail space on the premises.
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.”