The portfolio, known as the Skylark-North Newark Portfolio, consists of 20 buildings situated throughout Newark. The post $80 Million, 20 Building Portfolio Deal Finalized in Newark appeared first on Jersey Digs.
A famous Newark Rabbi, who preceded Dr. Martin Luther King at the lectern before the “I have a dream” speech, has somehow faded from local memory. The post Lincoln Monument Centennial Shines Light on Forgotten Newark Rabbi appeared first on Jersey Digs.
A former church building in Newark that played an important role in black history could be demolished. The post NJPAC Could Demolish Newark ‘Black Power’ Building for Loading Bays and Parking appeared first on Jersey Digs.
Several blocks near the Grove Street PATH station are close to being fully revamped into a carless stretch with fresh pavers, infrastructure improvements, and new public spaces. The post Renovations Almost Finished Along Jersey City’s Newark Avenue Pedestrian Plaza appeared first on Jersey Digs.
The city’s zoning board greenlit a plan that will bring an 11-unit project to a vacant parcel after previously rejecting a larger proposal. The post Newark Approves Mixed-Use Development on Stuyvesant Avenue in Vailsburg appeared first on Jersey Digs.
Lionsgate, Great Point Studios, and the New Jersey Performing Arts Center are partnering on an endeavor that will revitalize a Newark housing complex into a 300,000-square foot production facility. The post $125 Million Film Studio from Lionsgate Coming to Newark appeared first on Jersey Digs.
Despite the easing of most COVID-19 restrictions, landlords in Newark are still unable to raise rents on their properties due to a moratorium on rent increases on rent-controlled apartments. The post Newark Still Prohibits Rent Increases, Landlords Feel the Squeeze of Inflation appeared first on Jersey Digs.
A good spot for mudlarking requires two things — an old city and a river. Newark has both, and treasure hunters have found a trove of arrowheads, 19th-century coins, and Victorian inkwells along the riverbanks. The post Mudlarking Began in London, But Newark is Also a Place for Buried Treasure appeared first on Jersey Digs.