While several major brands have opened locations in the Downtown Newark complex, multiple spaces remain empty.
A new cafe has opened, and another is planned, for a street in Newark’s Central Ward that has recently seen significant development.
A 42-unit market-rate development project near Ferry Street in Newark could receive a 25-year tax exemption from the city government.
Two office buildings, steeped in Newark heritage, are slated for modernization in a way that honors Newark’s rich history of innovation and civic engagement.
New major developments are in the works for the Lincoln Park Historic District in Newark that will together bring hundreds of new units to the neighborhood and transform the arts hub into a vibrant residential community.
Kung Fu Tea, one of the largest bubble tea brands in America, will be setting up shop in Newark.
A proposed Harriet Tubman monument meant to replace a statue of Christopher Columbus that was removed in the heat of 2020’s unrest was unanimously voted down.
A restored facade, retail, residential apartments, and perhaps even a theater are part of the plan for the storied structure.
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A plan to convert a vacant car sales and auto body shop into a sprawling cannabis destination has been given the green light in Newark.