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.
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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.
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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.