A Newark-based insurance company bought a plaza in Downtown Newark from the state’s largest utility.
The local supermarket chain, which specializes in Portuguese, Brazilian, and Spanish food, will open in the space that used to contain Pathmark and ACME.
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A popular Downtown Jersey City seafood establishment has leased a space in Downtown Newark.
A project called Aston Heights on MLK Boulevard in Newark will contain 154 units and retail space. The site used to contain the Brick Towers apartments, once home to Senator Cory Booker.
Heller Manus Architects and some local residents are hoping that Amazon picks Newark for its second headquarters, but their newly unveiled proposal was not featured in the city’s HQ2 application.
Jersey Digs was given a hard hat tour of the former Newark Warehouse Company building, now called Ironside Newark, which will soon have 100,000 square feet of retail space along with offices.
The company that was planning to restore a historic building in Downtown Newark has now sold the property to a residential developer.