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A four-story building might come to Hudson Street in Newark, not far from the campus of the New Jersey Institute of Technology.
A complex with 212 apartments, commercial space, and community space that is planned for Newark may receive a 25-year tax abatement.
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.
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.
New renderings have been released showing that a 22-story with retail space and more than 200 units could come to Washington Street in Downtown Newark.
An existing building at 73 Academy Street in Downtown Newark could undergo an adaptive reuse and expansion project that would involve the development of eight new residential units.
More than two years after the Newark Municipal Council authorized the sale of several Central Ward properties for $200,000, the new owner is proposing a nine-story development with 92 residential units.
Another development application has been submitted for the MX-3 zone in Newark’s Ironbound neighborhood.
A site across from Newark’s relatively new Baxter Park Apartments near the NJIT campus is the subject of a proposal calling for a 15-story mixed-use building with more than 200 residential units.
We now know new information about a developer’s plans to bring a five-story building across from the Springfield Avenue Marketplace in Newark’s Central Ward.
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