Newark could have the prettiest neighborhoods in America… but only if we gave the humble rowhouses the same dignity as the greatest mansions on Ballantine Parkway.
A plan to convert a historic hotel in Newark’s Lower Clinton Hill neighborhood into apartments was denied by the zoning board last week.
Mad For Chicken, a Korean-inspired fried chicken restaurant, will be opening in Newark.
A 403-unit development from J&L Companies, by far the largest project in the Ironbound neighborhood of Newark, is slated to finish construction sometime next summer.
Rafael Holdings has sold their 20-story Newark office building, which also includes an 800-car parking garage that sits on three developable acres of land.
Facing backlash over a plan to demolish a Newark landmark that played a role in black history, NJPAC revealed a modified redevelopment plan that would preserve a significant portion of the building including the street-facing facade and a well-known mural.
New renderings of the Urby complex have confirmed our reporting that Charley, a restaurant from a Michelin-star winning chef, is opening a Newark outpost.
A local nonprofit is working to ensure Newark’s historic Weequahic High School is protected with national landmark status.
The ownership behind Just Fish Café has launched a new restaurant in Newark serving up a southern spin on seafood.
A corporation with the same trading name as a prominent Harrison restaurant has applied to transfer a liquor license to space inside the soon-to-open Downtown Newark building.