Rent.com gave the Brick City low marks in several metrics including median income, unemployment rate, and cost of living.
A four-story building at the corner of Norfolk Street and Sussex Avenue in University Heights that was previously used by the Newark Renaissance House could be converted into a mixed-use development.
The 95-year-old venue forms seven-member, volunteer-based body with Black executives from Goldman Sachs, Facebook, and AllianceBernstein.
Three properties owned by the City of Newark in the West Ward could be sold for $140,400 to a developer so that a mixed-use project can be constructed.
A property on Delancy Street in the East Ward of Newark is under new ownership and a development with more than a dozen units could be constructed.
The American Building podcast series debuts this Tuesday with guest Matthias Hollwich, the architect behind Jersey City’s new Journal Squared tower. Next week will feature Samer Hanini, founder of Hanini Group, followed by Jon Pickard and Martin Ditto.
The oldest-standing public school in Newark is getting a long-awaited restoration and will continue its legacy educating young people of color.
The Newark Landmarks and Historic Preservation Commission is expected to hear a plan associated with Paramount Assets that calls for bringing a major mixed-use development near Prudential’s headquarters.
A developer recently bought 503 South Orange Avenue in Newark and was recently approved to buy neighboring 505 South Orange Avenue. Now, the company is seeking to construct a four-story mixed-use building on the premises.
The Newark Municipal Council adopted a resolution that will allow for the sale of a corner property near Newark Beth Israel Medical Center in the South Ward to a local developer.