A 7.5-acre mixed-use neighborhood is planned for the Bears and Eagles Riverfront Stadium site in Downtown Newark. The 2.3 million square foot development will contain a mix of residential, office, retail, and cultural space.
Redmellon 579 Holdings, LLC is planning to convert the Kislak Building, which is within the Military Park Commons Historic District, into 48 residential rental units with 5,591 square feet of retail space on the ground floor.
As revitalization projects continue in the Downtown Newark area, developers are beginning to look at the city’s North Ward as a new place to build in. Next week the Zoning Board will hear proposals for two new projects in the area.
While Newark has always been known for having great restaurants in its Ironbound district, the culinary bug seems to be spreading to the neighboring Downtown area, which is a healthy sign for the city’s continued revitalization.
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Currently, the 25-story Carmel Towers building lies abandoned, towering over the Weequahic neighborhood of Newark’s South Ward. However, should a developer’s plan be approved, the building could soon be home to hundreds of Newarkers.
The largest mixed-use project to hit downtown Newark in decades will officially be completed by the end of 2016, and some additional retail in the development will be adding to the revitalization of one of New Jersey’s oldest cities.
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Recently completed as part of the Springfield Avenue Marketplace development, 24 Jones brings 152 modernly styled apartments to Newark's University Heights neighborhood. Offering quick access to downtown, multiple universities and cultural destinations, the community is perfect for those who want to live near it all.
For centuries, Broad Street in Newark has been one of the busiest thoroughfares in the state. Historically, shops have lined the street for several miles, but now, many changes are happening along the block. Several new residential developments are coming, or have already come, to the Broad Street corridor.