Newark’s real estate development trend continues with the announcement of two new “adaptive reuse” projects.
A new 37-unit luxury multifamily rental property with storefront commercial space has opened at 15 William Street, at the corner of William and Broad Streets in Newark.
Rachel Wagner contemplates the ways we talk about fear, freedom and social investments while reading Dale Russakoff’s book, ‘The Prize,’ an investigation of Newark Schools, and attending a recent panel at NJPAC that contemplated Newark’s next 50 years.
The 21-story building on Broad Street will feature 265 apartments, 80,000 square feet of office space and 15,000 square feet of ground floor retail space.
One Theater Square is the first luxury high rise to be built from the ground up in Newark in more than 50 years. We spoke to Carl Dranoff, the founder of the firm that built the property, about the new building.
Times are changing on New Street, and McGovern’s is closing temporarily this summer to make it happen. What to expect when the famed 82-year-old Newark bar returns.
Launch Pad wants to help entrepreneurs outside of Silicon Valley succeed. Will it work in Newark? We’ll find out starting next year.
The first phase of Mulberry Commons, spanning Prudential Center to Newark Penn Station, is scheduled to open in September of 2018.
A stroll through the historic neighborhood with the residents who (really) love it.
On the ground in the blocks near Sussex Avenue and Norfolk Street.