Mysterious Developer Cuts 10 Stories From Proposed Springfield Ave. Project

708 710 Springfield Avenue Newark Development Height Cut
Last year, a mysterious Newark developer submitted unconventional plans to construct five high-rise buildings in the city’s outer wards. Now, one of those proposed developments could be far smaller than initially expected.
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Jersey-Themed Bada Bean Cawfee is Coming to Newark

Bada Bean Cawfee Walker House 540 Broad Street Newark
Bada Bean Cawfee, a growing chain from the Jersey Shore, is going to be opening a location across from Washington Park in Downtown Newark.
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Newark’s Mystery Developer Now Plans 51-Story Tower Near City Hall

892 900 Broad Street Newark Highrise Proposal
The same mysterious company from Bergen County that we profiled last week is now looking for approvals in connection with what could be the tallest building in the city: a 51-story high-rise with over 500 apartments.

Mysterious Newark Developer Returns, Proposes Five New Buildings

352 354 South 10th Street Newark
Over the last two years, firms registered out of an office in Ramsey have spent millions buying up a massive portfolio of parcels in nearly every corner of the city, quickly making them one Newark’s largest private property owners.
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Newark’s Vacant Coe Mansion, Once Home to Cory Booker, Could Be Converted into Apartments

Coe Mansion Cory Booker 698 Mlk Jr Blvd Newark
The Coe Mansion, located on Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard in Newark, currently sits vacant. Now, the historic home, which was once home to Senator Cory Booker, could be converted into 15 apartments.

Go! Go! Curry to Open First NJ Location in Downtown Newark

Go Go Curry Opening William Flats 869 Broad Street Newark
This fall, the Japanese chain Go! Go! Curry will open its first New Jersey location.
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Three Years of PATH Upgrades Will Increase Capacity, Reduce Delays

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The Port Authority announced that improvements set for the system will increase capacity by 40% on the Newark-World Trade Center trains and add 20% capacity to other lines by 2022.

Seabra Foods Opens Flagship Store in Newark’s Ironbound Neighborhood

Seabra Foods 281 Ferry Street Newark 1
Roughly two years after the ACME location closed at Ferry Plaza in Newark, the flagship store of the Seabra Foods chain has opened in the same space.
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Lit 21 Sports Bar and Lounge to Open This Week along Route 21 in Newark

Lit 21 Newark Club Lounge Opening Camillo
A new lounge in Newark, calling itself "the hottest venue in the tri-state area," has announced that it will hold a grand opening celebration with DJ Camilo of HOT 97.

Gomes Group Plans Over 100 Units in Newark’s Central Ward

Gomes Group Development Proposed 254 270 Orange Street Newark
A plan to bring 105 apartments and retail space not far from the Newark Broad Street Station could soon be approved.