The Newark Municipal Council voted to sell 2104-2118 McCarter Highway to Sherman Avenue Development, but residential use will not be coming to the premises.
The company is working with World Central Kitchen and chef Marcus Samuelsson to provide meals for those in need and help food service workers earn steady paychecks amid COVID-19 restrictions.
The former Maple Avenue Elementary School, which was the subject of a 57-unit adaptive reuse proposal in 2018, might become a charter school instead.
The company most associated with Manhattan’s Bryant Park no longer has a role in the operation of Military Park in Downtown Newark.
The Valley Landscape lot, which is seen by thousands of commuters each day, has a new owner.
A tract in Newark’s Ironbound neighborhood that was once expected to become home to a development called Vesey Street Commons was sold last year to a Union County company.
Companies registered out of the same address as the Hanini Group spent millions last year buying up properties in Newark’s downtown.
Turn-of-the-last-century architecture could be torn down, but fortunately not without consulting Newark Landmarks.
Could a restaurant called Tapwell be coming to the Kislak Building on Broad Street in Newark, which was recently converted into apartments?
Six adjacent properties on Irvine Turner Boulevard near Springfield Avenue in Newark are the subject of a major development application. One of the properties used to include the Queen of Angels Church.