Whole Foods Market is getting close to opening a brand new location in Newark. In addition to 110 new jobs, Whole Foods is offering a number of grants and microcredit lending opportunities to the local community.
A suburban strip mall will be yielding to a modern project from SJP Properties that will add 275,000-square feet of Class A office space and 33,000-square feet of retail near the town’s train station.
14 acres of the former Military Ocean Terminal at Bayonne, also known as MOTBY, are now in the hands of developers.
Several redevelopment projects have added significant retail space to Downtown Newark over the last few years, and those storefronts are now starting to fill up with a little bit of everything that should add life to the streetscape.
The two NYC-based companies will be taking up residence in a historic two-level structure on the corner of Washington and 14th Streets.
The former Rainbow space at 145 Newark Avenue will soon contain two restaurants including another location of Hoboken's 1 Republik.
Over the last decade, the number of 7-Eleven locations in Essex County has exploded. Now, the chain is planning to open in Newark’s upcoming William Flats project.
The Thai-style ice cream and crepe shop had been operating out of a Hoboken restaurant but will soon be relocating to a space of their own atop the Palisades.
While announcing details and setting an opening date, the company has confirmed its Lincoln Harbor location dropped the originally planned ‘365’ concept.
Several businesses closing in quick succession and construction delays along the car-free stretch of Newark Avenue have delivered a significant blow to what is one of the city’s top destinations.