The Firemen's Insurance Building in Newark is on pace to be converted into apartments after the plan was unanimously approved by the Landmark and Historic Preservation Commission.
NJ Transit will be taking 400,000 square feet of space inside Onyx Equities’ revamped Newark office complex.
One of Manhattan’s most popular soul food restaurants, BLVD Bistro, is headed this prominent building in Newark.
According to insiders, Aerofarms lost its original mission and became another bloated tech company — like WeWork or Theranos — that focused too much on “disrupting” their specific industry and not enough on the nuts and bolts of daily operations.
Despite the recent rapid growth of Newark, the neighborhood around the historic Mount Pleasant Cemetery has remained somewhat desolate. Now, two new developments could bring two hundred residents to formerly abandoned properties.
L. Bamberger & Co.’s flagship store in Newark at its peak was the the 6th largest department store in the United States, but as trends changed towards the suburbs, the city’s temple to consumerism was left behind.
Criticisms of the planned IDT redevelopment design have emerged arguing that the four new towers to be built on the triangular lot behind the IDT building are not pedestrian-friendly.
Newark will soon hear a proposal to convert the former headquarters of IDT into a residential complex that will add four new 40-story buildings across the street.
Newark officials recently signed off on a plan that will bring dispensary Motherland Cannabis Company to a former restaurant space.
One of New York City’s premier sushi brands, Kamasu by Kissaki, will be opening their first New Jersey location in Newark.