Proposed Newark Healthcare Center Could Include Housing for Veterans

432 South Orange Avenue Newark
The City of Newark is planning to sell five properties along South Orange Avenue in the West Ward in order to create a facility with retail space, housing for veterans, and a healthcare center.
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After Three Year Delay, Plans to Convert Newark Office Building into Hotel Resurface

1136 1166 Raymond Boulevard Newark
A hotel is still planned for the former Eric J. Feldman Child & Family Development Center building in Newark’s downtown.
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Building with 20 Apartments Could Replace a Newark House

40 44 Carteret Street Newark
A new development is in the works for 40-44 Carteret Street in Newark’s North Ward.

New Development Could Bring 26 Units Near Newark’s Branch Brook Park

341 355 Montclair Avenue Newark
A developer is planning a new building with apartments and retail space for a property located just a stone’s throw away from the oldest county park in the United States.
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Could the Newark National Guard Armory be Demolished?

Army National Guard Armory 120 Roseville Avenue Newark
The New Jersey Department of Military and Veterans Affairs is studying the feasibility of tearing down the armory in Newark’s Roseville neighborhood.

Adaptive Reuse Approved for Newark’s Baldwin Building

Baldwin Building 30 32 Clinton Street Newark
20 apartments are planned for a Downtown Newark building that dates back to 1910.
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Complex Near Newark City Hall to Include Offices, Retail, and Parking

43 67 Green Street Newark
New information has been revealed about a project on Green Street in Downtown Newark that we first told you about last year.

Newark’s ‘Goldsmith Lofts’ Project Pushed to Next Year

Goldsmith Lofts Parkhurst Street Newark 1
New renderings have been revealed for a project that would revitalize an abandoned warehouse, but the proposal won’t be heard by the city’s zoning board until early 2019.
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Alcohol with Sunday Brunch? It’s Becoming Legal at Some Newark Restaurants

New Liquor Law Ordinance Newark
The City of Newark is amending its rules regarding liquor licenses in the city’s downtown.

Point-No-Point Railroad Bridge from 1901 Could Be Replaced

Point No Point Bridge Newark Kearny
A bridge over the Passaic River between Newark and Kearny that has been in use for well over 100 years could be torn down.