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Newark Approves 77-Unit Development at 380 Central Avenue
KS Group has been given the go-ahead to revitalize several parcels in University Heights, Newark into a modern residential complex that includes parking.
Renderings Revealed as Construction Begins at 50 Sussex Avenue in Newark
Tona Construction has begun work on a modern 15-story development set to rise in the University Heights neighborhood of Newark.
Newark Approves New Condo Development Along James Street Commons
A historic district in Newark will soon be home to a five-story condominium project.
24 Jones in Newark Sells for $36.5 Million
24 Jones, a 152-unit Class A apartment community in Newark, New Jersey was recently sold for $36.5 million.
Latest Plans Call for Condos in Newark’s University Heights Neighborhood
A student housing complex was previously envisioned in University Heights, Newark, but a project called "Summit Street Residences" is now planned.
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.
After Warren Street School Demolished, James Street Named ‘Most Endangered’
James Street Commons Historic District, whose residents had fought to save the nearby school for over a decade, was named one of the most endangered places in the state.
James Street Community Rushes to Stall NJIT’s Demolition of Historic School
A decade-long battle to save a landmark in Newark’s University Heights nearly ended in demolition. Frantic phone calls to lawyers and city officials managed to stay the wrecking ball in the eleventh hour — for now.
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.
15-Unit Student Housing Complex Might Come to University Heights, Newark
The City of Newark could sell a small University Heights lot to a developer for just over $10,000 as part of a plan to build a student housing complex in the area.
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