The Central Business District of New Jersey's largest city has seen many of its recent development projects centered around one street in the past few years. Now, even more changes could be coming to areas along the block.
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Soon, dozens of new residents could be coming to neighborhoods of Newark that are north of Interstate 280. In the Lower Broadway neighborhood of the City’s Central Ward, a new building is planned at 73-87 Clay Street, between Spring Street and Route 21/McCarter Highway.
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A new cafe has opened, and another is planned, for a street in Newark’s Central Ward that has recently seen significant development.
Several completed redevelopment projects in Downtown Newark that included retail space are now starting to see their storefronts fill up, adding some vibrancy to an area long considered a 9 to 5 business district.