City of Newark Plans to Sell Two Properties for $159K to Developer

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398 406 Chancellor Avenue Newark To Be Sold
New residential buildings could be coming to Chancellor Avenue in the South Ward of Newark and Sanford Avenue in the West Ward of the city.

As Anti-Racism Protests Sweep the Nation, Italians Stand Their Ground on Columbus Issue

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Christopher Columbus Statue Removed Newark Featured
In Newark, onlookers in the dark hours of the morning, watched a century-old statue of Christopher Columbus removed from a plinth at the mayor’s orders. The city’s last statue of Columbus is still standing in the North Ward, but many believe it is only a matter of time before the 15th-century explorer tastes the waters of the Passaic River.

Newark’s Seth Boyden Terrace Site Could Become ‘Area in Need of Redevelopment’

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Seth Boyden Terrace Newark Redevelopment Plan
Several current and former public housing sites in Newark’s South Ward could be designated as places in need of redevelopment by the Newark Central Planning Board.

Residents of Newark’s Forest Hill Work to Remember Neighborhood’s History

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70 Berkeley Ave Newark Forest Hills Historic District
Two Newark organizations and the Newark Public Library have collaborated to place signs on historic homes throughout the Forest Hill neighborhood in the North Ward.

Newark Officials Support Replacing the Bridge Street Bridge

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Bridge Street Bridge Newark
The Bridge Street Bridge connects Newark with Harrison and is often used by drivers traveling to and from Jersey City. Now, after more than 100 years serving Essex and Hudson Counties, the bridge could potentially be replaced.

75-Unit Development With Some ‘Affordable Housing’ Planned for Newark’s South Ward

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158 164 Chancellor Avenue Newark Nj Development Planned
The City of Newark is expected to sell a property in the Weequahic neighborhood so that a 75-unit apartment complex can be created.

Development Called ‘The Blvd’ Could Replace Former Newark Bank

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535 541 Mlk Boulevard Newark Rendering
A few weeks ago, Jersey Digs reported that the old Hamilton Building and Loan Association site near Arts High School in Newark had been sold to a developer for more than $1.5 million. Now, new details have been revealed about the new owner’s plans for the property.

Hydroponic Farm, Farmers Market, and Apartments Planned for Newark’s West Ward

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3 7 Fairmount Avenue Newark Hydroponic Farm Planned
Newark’s municipal government is expected to sell three properties to a local non-profit organization in order to develop a complex with a farmers market and more.

Could Redevelopment Come to Newark’s Seth Boyden Terrace Site?

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Seth Boyden Terrace Newark Demolition Redevelopment
The Newark Housing Authority says it “has begun identifying potential commercial and residential developer partners” for a former public housing property near Weequahic Park.

Textile Training Center Planned Near Newark’s Springfield Avenue Marketplace

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37 41 Jones Street Newark Sells To Non Profit
The City of Newark is expected to sell a property on Jones Street to an organization that would develop a textile training facility.