A developer is proposing a five-story project with residential, office, and restaurant space at 881 Mount Prospect Avenue in Newark.
Three companies are looking to derail a 92-unit mixed-use project, alleging the public was insufficiently notified about the proposal and claiming a virtual planning board meeting on the application violated the state’s Sunshine Law.
The City of Newark could sell a small University Heights lot to a developer for just over $10,000 as part of a plan to build a student housing complex in the area.
Three adjacent properties in the South Ward of Newark that are owned by the municipal government are slated to be sold to a mixed-use developer.
The Canadian fast-casual restaurant will be bringing burritos, wraps, and more to over 1,800 square feet of space inside a Downtown Newark building.
As the nation braces for a “dark winter” of coronavirus, we look back on how New Jersey managed epidemics over the last century.
Development With 78 ‘Affordable’ Units and Healthcare Center Planned Next to Newark’s Georgia King Village
Back in July, Jersey Digs reported that a development with residential units and a health facility could be coming to Newark. Now, new details and renderings have been revealed.
L+M Development Partners has announced that a high-rise currently under renovation will be under the umbrella of Urby, a living concept with locations in Jersey City and Harrison that plans to expand across the country.
Rent.com gave the Brick City low marks in several metrics including median income, unemployment rate, and cost of living.
A four-story building at the corner of Norfolk Street and Sussex Avenue in University Heights that was previously used by the Newark Renaissance House could be converted into a mixed-use development.