The owner of two properties in Newark wants a proposal for a new six-story building to be approved.
The Spingarn Building in Downtown Newark and the neighboring building at 186 Market Street are each the subject of applications calling for the adaptive reuse of their upper floors into residential uses.
The oldest portion of Newark Airport is set to be replaced with a new one-million-square-foot facility slated to open next year.
A developer is proposing a five-story project in the Ironbound section of Newark.
The parcel at 122-136 Seventh Avenue near Newark Broad Street Station is expected to be sold to the highest bidder.
The four-story plan could be approved by the Newark Zoning Board of Adjustment during a virtual meeting on Thursday, January 14, at 6:00 p.m.
The State Historic Preservation Office denied New Jersey Institute of Technology’s application to demolish four buildings within the city’s first and oldest historic district.
The owner of a lot in the Weequahic section of Newark is proposing a four-story building.
Mosque-goers in downtown Newark are caught in a messy legal battle with its board of trustees who allegedly tried to sell their historic house of worship in a backroom deal.
The City of Newark could spend more than $3.5 million of funding that it has received through the CARES Act on rental assistance, microenterprise assistance, and "special economic development activities."