Jersey City’s rate of "porch piracy" is the second highest in the country, according to this study.
Newly released site plans show what a proposed Downtown Newark project that would include an additional gallery for the Newark Museum of Art could look like if approved and completed.
Downtown Newark will have its first bookstore in decades with the arrival of a Barnes & Noble College store, expected to open in February 2017 serving the Rutgers University-Newark campus and downtown residents.
A 14-story Newark project near Broad Street Station that includes a significant affordable housing component has been awarded a sizable tax credit.
It was announced last week that the three families involved in Invest Newark’s Section 8 Homeownership Conversion Program had officially closed on their first homes.
The owner of a used car and U-Haul dealership on Elizabeth Avenue in Newark is proposing a building with 29 units and retail space on the premises.
The City of Newark is looking to move forward with the development of the Affordable Newark Program.
Located near Newark's Branch Brook Park, which boasts the most cherry blossom trees in the country, stop in to see the home during this spring's festival from April 6-14.
A popular corridor in Downtown Newark will once again be partially closed in the middle of the day once a week and converted into a pedestrian mall.
Fast, quality, and healthy is the new lunch time mantra. So it’s no surprise, Grabbagreen, an Arizona-based fast-casual concept known for their fresh and healthy alternative to fast food, is experiencing rapid growth. They’re now making their northeastern debut with a new store in Downtown Newark.