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A 15-acre stretch of land running along the Passaic River in Newark is about to get a major upgrade. Last month, the City of Newark selected James Corner Field Operations as the lead designer and landscape architect for expansion of Riverfront Park.
The former New Jersey Bell Headquarters in Newark, designed by famed architect, Ralph Walker, is slated for a historic restoration.
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Newark’s 'restaurant row', just outside the Prudential Center, welcomed a new a beer garden last month. Named Redd’s Biergarten, the new 7,000 square foot establishment is run by the same folks behind Redd’s at Metlife Stadium.
AeroFarms, an urban farming company, is preparing to open another facility in Newark that will become the largest indoor vertical farm in the world.
A gold painted shipping container has landed in the middle of Military Park in Downtown Newark. Dubbed a 'portal' the container is part of a global art initiative by Shared Studios.
Newark may be getting a new residential project that’s built entirely out of shipping containers. Spearheaded by development partners Cor10 Concepts and Community Asset Preservation Corporation as well as C+C Architecture, the new project hopes to promote home ownership and rebuild distressed communities.
The Bears & Eagles Riverfront Stadium in downtown Newark is going private. Lotus Equity group has agreed to purchase the stadium from the City of Newark and Essex County for $23.5 million. By transferring ownership to a private developer, the City of Newark will relieve taxpayers of the $4 million annual debt service obligation. The downtown stadium, located at 450...