Newark Residential Building Wins Prestigious Urban Land Institute Award
Recognizing the best in affordable housing, the award highlights Hahne & Co. on Broad Street and the intrinsic idea that an affordable home is the necessary foundation for a happy and productive life.
EXCLUSIVE: Garcia Replaces Adofo-Wilson as Newark’s Deputy Mayor for Economic and Housing Development
Carmelo Garcia, previously of the Newark Community Economic Development Corporation and the Hoboken Housing Authority, is taking Baye Adofo-Wilson’s position at Newark City Hall.
Shelter for Veterans Experiencing Homelessness Could Open in Newark
A nonprofit organization is seeking to convert an office building in the Ironbound into this shelter.
New Jersey Institute of Technology Plans to Expand Campus in Newark
NJIT could be adding new mixed-use developments near its University Heights campus.
Money for a Marketplace: Why Did Newark Give $2 Million to ShopRite?
The ShopRite of Newark received a $2 million grant from the City of Newark more than a year after the store opened.
Business Improvement District Planned for Lower Broadway and Bloomfield Avenue Corridor in Newark
Following the success of the similar districts in the city, Newark recently approved another along a popular retail corridor.
Report: Central Avenue Bridge in Newark is “Structurally Deficient and Functionally Obsolete”
The Central Avenue Bridge in Newark’s Central Ward is at risk, according to a report commissioned by the local, state, and federal governments.
Newark, Jersey City Named Cheapest Commuter Hubs
New Jersey’s hubs in Newark and Jersey City are gaining recognition among value-seeking Manhattan commuters.
The Ainsworth Opens Location With Rooftop in Downtown Newark
The Ainsworth Newark will celebrate their grand opening at the ground floor and rooftop of Hotel Indigo on Monday.
Tax Abatement Planned for Rehabilitation of Newark’s Kislak Building
A New Orleans developer is converting the former office building into apartments and retail space in Newark.