Large one-bedrooms, as well as studio, two-, and three-bedroom floor plans, are available now at the historic luxury rental property.
Two houses in Newark’s Ironbound neighborhood not far from Penn Station could be replaced with a six-story development.
With a restaurant under construction in Hoboken, the automat-driven eatery has another eight New Jersey franchises under development and recently signed leases in two Essex County locations.
Nine new three-family houses could be constructed on some of the southernmost properties in Newark, roughly a mile away from the North Elizabeth train station.
A Montclair-based company has made significant progress on a residential project that will add 60 affordable housing units in Newark.
Newark’s Ironbound neighborhood could see another new residential development.
“The Halo” is now slated to consist of 949 residential units split between three towers, one of which would be the tallest in Newark if completed.
Back in November, Jersey Digs reported on plans to bring a complex consisting of 78 "affordable residential units" and a medical facility to a location near Newark’s Georgia King Village. Now, the Newark Municipal Council could approve a 35-year tax abatement for the project.
It has been nearly three years since plans for two 40-story buildings in Downtown Newark were announced as part of a project called “The Halo.” Now, a version of the project with 949 residential units is up for approvals.
The results of an upcoming hearing could determine whether a Newark developer is allowed to build a 40-unit building on Walnut Street in the city’s Central Ward.