A development team has unveiled plans to renovate and expand an 18-story tower in downtown Newark, under a $91 million project that will create 250 apartments and commercial space.
A boutique men’s grooming line is moving into one of Newark’s most iconic buildings after leasing nearly 5,000 square feet at the newly restored, 21-story property.
A joint venture has started construction on a $123 million overhaul of a 40-year-old, 406-unit affordable housing property in East Orange.
A collection of more than 200 apartments inside a newly restored, 21-story building in downtown Newark is on the verge of being fully leased.
The revitalized Hahne & Co. building in downtown Newark is now fully leased after a nearly 2,000-square-foot commitment by a growing Korean barbeque restaurant.
Renters have flocked to one of Newark’s latest and most distinctive apartment buildings, having leased more than 50 percent of the units at a converted historic office tower on Broad Street.
With renters flocking to Walker House’s 264 apartments and commitments from a host of retailers, L+M Development Partners is keenly focused on the third piece of its formula. The New York-based developer, alongside brokers with JLL, has stepped up efforts to market more than 50,000 square feet of available office space at the building, touting the promise of downtown Newark’s resurgence and a workplace that is like few others in New Jersey.
A newly opened, 264-unit apartment building in downtown Newark is set to welcome a craft brewery and tap house to its commercial offerings.
A redevelopment near the Orange train station is set to welcome a craft brewery as its latest retail tenant, marking a milestone for a municipality with deep roots in the beer industry.
A new stock of luxury, market-rate apartments is beginning to take shape in downtown Newark, where stakeholders hope to attract the type of rental population that can create a 24-hour, seven-day neighborhood that has long eluded the central business district.
Developers say they’re encouraged by the early returns, but are preparing for the market to be tested by larger-scale projects and an influx of additional units. City officials are also preparing for what could be a dramatic uptick in interest from builders — which they will have to balance with public policy goals such as expanding affordable housing for Newark residents.