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A developer’s application says that more than 75 residential units are planned for Walnut Street in Newark.
In 1890, the Kastners bought a plot of land in what was then the German district, and hired a talented, but lost-in-time architect to build them a "beer-baron mansion" with Franz’s initials – FJK – etched over the doorway, a feature that came crashing down earlier this year.
The Newark Housing Authority is planning to partner with a private developer to bring close to 70 residential units for senior citizens.
The owner of a used car and U-Haul dealership on Elizabeth Avenue in Newark is proposing a building with 29 units and retail space on the premises.
A developer wants to bring a building with 155 units to a site on Newark’s Irvine Turner Boulevard that was once home to the Queen of Angels Church and School.
The new owner of an old industrial property in Newark’s Ironbound neighborhood is scheduled to seek approval today to construct a five-story development with apartments and retail space on the premises.
The 250-unit project at 155 Washington Street in Newark, which was previously owned by Rutgers University, will now see an increase in retail space and a removal of the pedestrian mews component.
What better way to enshrine the lessons we’ve learned from decades of mass incarceration than by transforming the remnants of Newark’s first penitentiary into a gathering place — be it a museum or community center — that might bring about the end of a problematic legacy.
A building at the corner of Halsey Street and Central Avenue in Downtown Newark that previously contained the 31 Central art studios is expected to be replaced with a 10-story development. Now, new information about the proposed project involving L+M Development Partners and Prudential Financial has been released.
A firm associated with the Hanini Group applied to turn a longstanding three-story Newark building into an 18-story development with 167 residential units and retail space.