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A symbol of Newark’s past is becoming a part of its future as an industrial facility in one of the city’s most dense neighborhoods is being converted into residential use.
Finally, the news everyone has been waiting for! Just announced, Whole Foods officially sets an opening date for their Newark store in the historic Hahne and Company building.
The NYC metro area is lucky enough to have access to three major airports. However, getting to them has alway been a hassle. Now, a new expansion plan hopes to change that. The Port Authority of NY & NJ approved funding for a PATH extension that connects the Newark-WTC line to Newark Airport, providing direct access to Manhattan from the airport.
The Newark community came together on Monday to celebrate the reopening of a long-shuttered downtown landmark. The Hahne and Company building officially re-opened this week with a ribbon cutting ceremony led by some of Newark’s most prominent players, both public and private.
Close to four years after it was originally proposed, plans are moving forward for The Residences at Symphony Hall, a fully affordable development at 359-407 Halsey Street in Newark.
A new residential building has been proposed for Newark's growing Ironbound neighborhood at 18-26 New York Avenue and 17-29 Garden Street.
200 Washington St, a two-story building in Downtown Newark, recently sold for $4.1 million, a sign of Newark's ever-increasing interest among investors.
The Newark Warehouse Company Building has largely been vacant in recent years. Now a new proposal hopes to convert the historic warehouse into a trendy loft-style office complex.
A vacant brownstone in Newark’s Military Park Commons Historic District is being expanded into a 15-unit residential development.