A developer wants to add two stories to 87-89 Halsey Street and construct a new building adjacent to the existing one. In all, 15 residential units could be added to the site.
The 250-unit project at 155 Washington Street in Newark, which was previously owned by Rutgers University, will now see an increase in retail space and a removal of the pedestrian mews component.
What better way to enshrine the lessons we’ve learned from decades of mass incarceration than by transforming the remnants of Newark’s first penitentiary into a gathering place — be it a museum or community center — that might bring about the end of a problematic legacy.
Studio, one-, and two-bedroom floor plans are available along with a wealth of resident amenities.
A building at the corner of Halsey Street and Central Avenue in Downtown Newark that previously contained the 31 Central art studios is expected to be replaced with a 10-story development. Now, new information about the proposed project involving L+M Development Partners and Prudential Financial has been released.
A firm associated with the Hanini Group applied to turn a longstanding three-story Newark building into an 18-story development with 167 residential units and retail space.
After Jersey Digs broke the story about a proposed 660-unit development at the old Pabst Blue Ribbon site, Newark officials are planning to hold a Facebook Live event to explain the project to the community.
The owner of several vacant properties in Newark’s West Ward near the Garden State Parkway is proposing a massive development project.
The sites of upcoming 200-unit and 370-unit developments in Downtown Newark could be designated as areas in need of development, including the property that could contain the second “Shaq Tower.”
A railway company that owns an abandoned rail line between Jersey City and Montclair wants to sell the property to the Open Space Institute in order to create a linear park.