The largest mixed-use project to hit downtown Newark in decades will officially be completed by the end of 2016, and some additional retail in the development will be adding to the revitalization of one of New Jersey’s oldest cities.
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Recently completed as part of the Springfield Avenue Marketplace development, 24 Jones brings 152 modernly styled apartments to Newark's University Heights neighborhood. Offering quick access to downtown, multiple universities and cultural destinations, the community is perfect for those who want to live near it all.
For centuries, Broad Street in Newark has been one of the busiest thoroughfares in the state. Historically, shops have lined the street for several miles, but now, many changes are happening along the block. Several new residential developments are coming, or have already come, to the Broad Street corridor.
An Essex County organization has announced plans for a new housing community targeted towards local residents who experience homelessness.
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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.
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.
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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