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Newark Approves First 36-Unit Portion of Redevelopment on South Orange Avenue
A corner lot in Newark’s West Ward could soon be home to a pair of mixed-use buildings
West Ward Candidates Debate Gun Violence in Newark
With nearly weekly shootings and gun arrests that have increased by 360 percent compared to last year, Newark's West Ward is hoping their new city council candidates have some solutions.
Residential Development May Replace Vacant Lot in Vailsburg, Newark
A six-story residential building could rise in the Vailsburg section of Newark, where there are currently few new developments.
Apartments Planned for Former Roseville Avenue School in Newark
The building, which dates back nearly 140 years, could be adaptively reused into Newark’s latest residential development.
In Rare Decision, Newark Zoning Board Denies Plans for Ivy Hill Self-Storage Facility
A self-storage facility will likely not be coming to the corner of Irvington Avenue and Manor Drive in Newark’s West Ward any time soon.
Properties Along South Orange Avenue in Newark Could Become Site of New Project
The proposed complex would bring residential units and commercial space across from Fairmount Cemetery in Newark.
Owner of Vacant Newark Properties Proposes 30-Unit Development
The company that owns two parcels at the corner of Dickerson and 4th streets in Newark’s Fairmount section submitted plans for a new five-story development.
Plans Surface for 70-Unit Version of Newark’s West Side Heights Development Initiative
A version of a project referred to in 2017 as “West Side Heights” has surfaced under the name “Fairmount Commons.” Part of the project would replace a former Newark strip mall with a mixed-use complex.
Self-Storage Facility Could Come to Ivy Hill, Newark
A self-storage complex could be built across from the Ivy Hill Park Apartments in one of Newark’s westernmost neighborhoods.
Developer Wants to Bring 29 Residential Units to Newark’s West Ward
The four-story plan could be approved by the Newark Zoning Board of Adjustment during a virtual meeting on Thursday, January 14, at 6:00 p.m.
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