Jersey News: Fulop Won’t Run for Governor, JC Reval to Start, How People Commute to Manhattan, More
Our weekly news roundup of New Jersey stories you may have missed. This week, Mayor Fulop won't run for governor, reval process to start in Jersey City, Newark to get NJ's first safe haven for chronically homeless, and more.
Tomorrow: NJIT Opens Exhibit on Newark-born Architect Richard Meier
In honor of Newark’s 350th Anniversary, The College of Architecture and Design at NJIT will host an famed architect Richard Meier. The exhibit, titled “Richard Meier – Newark Architect and Artist” will display works from Meier’s extensive career in the design disciplines of architecture, painting, collage, sculpture and product design.
Construction to Begin on Newark’s First New Residential Tower in 50 Years
A new building coming to Newark will tower over the city’s Downtown. Named, One Theater Square, it will be the city’s first new residential high-rise since the 1960’s.
Development Projects Sprout Up Along Halsey Street in Newark
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.
Jersey News: JC Casino ‘an icon’, Christie OKs Pot for PTSD, NJ Millennials Live at Home
Our weekly news roundup of New Jersey stories you may have missed. This week, Jersey City casino developer touts project as iconic, NJ millennials are still living at home, Gannett slashes jobs at NJMG, more.
Development Picks up Outside of Newark’s Core
In the past five years, most of Newark's new development projects have been in Downtown or in the neighboring Ironbound. However, new projects are beginning to take shape in several of Newark’s other neighborhoods.
Jersey News: Marilyn Monroe’s Dress at Mana Contemporary, ‘Orange is the New Black’ Author Coming to Jersey City, More
Our weekly news roundup of New Jersey stories you may have missed. This week, 'Orange is the New Black' author to appear in Jersey City, Marylin Monroe's dress on display at Mana Contemporary before heading to auction, Newark venture capital fund looking for start-ups, and more.
Newark’s Lower Broadway Neighborhood Will Soon See a New 84-Unit Project
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.
Jersey News: Hoboken is a Happening Place, Revel to Reopen, a New Chapter for Newark, more
Our weekly news roundup of New Jersey stories you may have missed. This week, Newark cleans up its act, Revel in Atlantic City set to reopen, Wall Street Journal visits Hoboken, increased ridership on PATH creates problems, and more.
See the City of Newark as a Gorgeous 3D, 14-foot Model at Newark Public Library
The city of Newark was founded in 1666, making it one of the first five New Jersey settlements alongside Burlington, Jersey City, Swedesboro & Piscatawaytown. This year Newark celebrates its 350th anniversary and to commemorate this historic date, the Newark Public Library is hosting an exhibition entitled Every Block in Newark about its urban planning history.