It has been nearly three years since plans for two 40-story buildings in Downtown Newark were announced as part of a project called “The Halo.” Now, a version of the project with 949 residential units is up for approvals.
The results of an upcoming hearing could determine whether a Newark developer is allowed to build a 40-unit building on Walnut Street in the city’s Central Ward.
A self-storage complex could be built across from the Ivy Hill Park Apartments in one of Newark’s westernmost neighborhoods.
The liquor license previously used by The Newark Club, which closed four years ago, could potentially be used at the old Noodle Shop space on Market Street.
A hearing has been scheduled for an application that calls for a new five-story building to be constructed in the Ironbound section of Newark.
A newly listed mixed-use building in downtown Newark offers investors an opportunity to gain footing in Newark's most sought-after neighborhood.
Newark’s municipal government is looking to create a new group that would assist "with the maintenance and management" of Mulberry Commons, Riverfront Park, Military Park, Washington Park, and Lincoln Park.
A proposed ordinance calls for giving a 30-year tax exemption to a Somerset County company in order to facilitate a complex with hundreds of residential units, restaurants, and parking in Downtown Newark.
An application calls for bringing a five-story residential building to Herbert Place in Newark’s North Ward.
A 30-year survey and a transportation advocacy group could bring route changes and modernization to the NJ Transit bus system.