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Tax Abatement for Newark’s Metropolitan Building Redevelopment Up for Approval
A project that could lead to a massive redevelopment of the site of a historic Downtown Newark building may receive a tax break.
Developer Looks to Convert Vacant Houses Near Newark’s Lincoln Park Into Apartments
Seven row houses that have long stood just a block north of Lincoln Park in Newark could undergo a multi-family adaptive reuse project.
Renderings: Five-Story Complex Could Come to Newark’s MLK Boulevard
The multi-family building would be located near the upcoming Makerhoods project in Newark’s Central Ward.
Gomes Group Proposes 165-Unit Mixed-Use Project in University Heights, Newark
The Newark development would consist of everything from retail space to a movie room.
First Renderings Released of Newark’s Proposed 250-Unit ‘Museum Parc’ Project
Newly released site plans show what a proposed Downtown Newark project that would include an additional gallery for the Newark Museum of Art could look like if approved and completed.
Developer Expects Newark’s Krueger-Scott Mansion Makerhoods Project to Open in December
People living in or passing through Newark’s Central Ward might notice changes coming behind the old Krueger-Scott Mansion.
New Project Could be Built Close to Newark’s Norfolk Street Light Rail Station
A four-story building might come to Hudson Street in Newark, not far from the campus of the New Jersey Institute of Technology.
212-Unit Development Could Come to Newark’s Sussex Avenue, Receive Tax Abatement
A complex with 212 apartments, commercial space, and community space that is planned for Newark may receive a 25-year tax abatement.
Another 12-Story Apartment Building Proposed for Walnut Street, Newark
The results of an upcoming hearing could determine whether a Newark developer is allowed to build a 40-unit building on Walnut Street in the city’s Central Ward.
Newark Municipal Council Considering 30-Year Tax Exemption for 270-Unit Development
A proposed ordinance calls for giving a 30-year tax exemption to a Somerset County company in order to facilitate a complex with hundreds of residential units, restaurants, and parking in Downtown Newark.
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