Award-Winning Cookie Concept Chip City Now Open in Newark, Hoboken Coming Soon

Chip City Hoboken
Chip City, an award-winning NYC cookie concept, is now open in Newark, marking the beginning of its expansion into New Jersey.

Newark’s Gateway Junction Now Open as Restaurant Rollout Continues

Newark Gateway Center Renovation
Gateway Junction in Newark is officially open to the public and several big-name restaurants will be launching in the development over the coming months.

Designs for First New Townhouse in a Century on Newark’s James Street Earns Praise

52 James Street Newark
A building approved by Newark’s Landmark and Historic Preservation Commission could become the first new townhouse built on James Street in over a century.

The E-Scooter and Me: When Silicon Valley Takes Newark on a Ride

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E-scooters fester our city streets because it is cheaper to paint a rectangle by the side of a bus stop than it is to install bicycle racks, build dedicated bicycle lanes, or invest in better transit services.

Newark Approves First 36-Unit Portion of Redevelopment on South Orange Avenue

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A corner lot in Newark’s West Ward could soon be home to a pair of mixed-use buildings

Study Claims Newark, Jersey City Have Some of the Worst Green Space in U.S.

Branch Brook Park Cherry Blossoms Newark
According to the study, Jersey City finished dead last in terms of having the lowest number of parks per capita in the country.

Uncle Junior’s Home from ‘The Sopranos’ Listed for Sale in Newark

Uncle Junior House Sopranos Featured
A home that was once featured in HBO's hit series 'The Sopranos,' has hit the market in Newark, New Jersey.

Why are So Many Historic Buildings in Newark Still Being Demolished?

Newark Demolition Featured
Demolitions in Newark’s historic districts are the new normal.

Newark Airport Construction: Terminal A Set to Open in January

Newark Airport Terminal A Rendering
The major undertaking that is the Newark Airport renovation will be unveiling a big piece next month as a brand new $2.7 billion Terminal A hopes to transform the reputation of the aging facility.

Corporations are Gobbling Up Newark Homes, Making Homeownership More Difficult: Rutgers Study

Section 8 Homeownership Conversion Program
A recent study showed, 47 percent of all arm's-length residential sales in Newark were to institutional investor buyers. The result of this is a toxic housing market that is increasingly unaffordable and rife with "intimidation" from landlords.