Newark Restaurant Week, with 30 Eateries, Kicks Off Today

Newark Restaurant Week Flyer
Newark Restaurant Week starts today and is introducing a “foodie passport” competition for a chance to win a $1,000 gift card.

Newark’s The Portnow Development Nabs $90 Million Tax Credit

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A 14-story Newark project near Broad Street Station that includes a significant affordable housing component has been awarded a sizable tax credit.

Asian-Inspired Eatery Tinjune Grand Opens Today in Downtown Newark

Tinjune Newark Bao
The ownership behind Bar Vanquish is opening a new endeavor in Downtown Newark called Tinjune.

Madame Scott’s Grandson to Revive Beauty School in Newark’s Restored Krueger-Scott Mansion

Krueger Scott Mansion Newark Interior
Last month, members of the public got a peek inside the Krueger-Scott Mansion in its almost-finished state to see what three years and $10 million could accomplish.

Newark Symphony Hall Completes First Phase of $75 Million Renovation

Newark Symphony Hall Rendering
One of the largest public restoration projects in Newark’s history recently achieved a milestone as the iconic Symphony Hall took a big step towards its full re-opening.

Historic Military Park Building in Newark Could Become 200+ Apartments

Firemens Insurance Building Newark
The Firemen's Insurance Building in Newark is on pace to be converted into apartments after the plan was unanimously approved by the Landmark and Historic Preservation Commission.

NJ Transit Approves 25-Year, $440 Million Lease at Two Gateway Center

Two Gateway Center Newark
NJ Transit will be taking 400,000 square feet of space inside Onyx Equities’ revamped Newark office complex.

Harlem’s BLVD Bistro Opening Second Outpost in Newark

33 Washington Street Newark
One of Manhattan’s most popular soul food restaurants, BLVD Bistro, is headed this prominent building in Newark.

Newark’s Aerofarms Files Bankruptcy, Where Did this Promising Company Go Wrong?

Aerofarms Bankruptcy Newark
According to insiders, Aerofarms lost its original mission and became another bloated tech company — like WeWork or Theranos — that focused too much on “disrupting” their specific industry and not enough on the nuts and bolts of daily operations.

Two New Projects in Newark’s Mount Pleasant Section Breathe Life into Underdeveloped Neighborhood

Mount Pleasant Cemetary Newark
Despite the recent rapid growth of Newark, the neighborhood around the historic Mount Pleasant Cemetery has remained somewhat desolate. Now, two new developments could bring two hundred residents to formerly abandoned properties.