Developers, officials unveil plan for $125 million Lionsgate studio complex in Newark

A sprawling studio complex is coming to the former site of a Newark public housing complex, under a $125 million project unveiled Tuesday by its development team and public officials.

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I try to walk a fine line when reporting on legislation and public policy proposals that may or may not come to fruition. Among them is the push to legalize recreational marijuana in New Jersey, which always seemed somewhat imminent under Gov. Phil Murphy, but still took several years and a voter referendum to become reality.

Newark cultural institutions eye high-profile projects, creation of new downtown arts hub

A series of high-profile development projects are poised to infuse three of Newark’s cultural anchors, while helping to advance economic growth in and around the downtown.

NRBP set to host two-day real estate forum with virtual, in-person program

Business and commercial real estate leaders in Newark are set to gather next week for a popular event that showcases the city’s growing construction and economic development pipeline.

JLL: Buyer wanted for landmark 245-unit apartment tower in downtown Newark

A gleaming 22-story apartment tower in Newark that opened in 2018, marking the city’s first ground-up, luxury high-rise in more than 50 years, is on the market for sale.

NJPAC details plans for $150 million expansion, transformation of Newark campus (SLIDESHOW)

A long-awaited plan to expand the New Jersey Performing Arts Center campus in Newark — with new residential, commercial and cultural space — is slated to break ground next year.

People on streets: Retail, amenities a growing focus as Newark development boom continues

As developers continue to invest in downtown Newark, the city is attracting both new residents and businesses. That makes it all the more important to create amenities and spaces that will bring permanent foot traffic during the day and at night, which has become a growing focus for both public- and private-sector leaders in the state’s largest city.

NAIOP panel: Disruptors abound in CRE, from co-working to reverse logistics

Commercial real estate faces no shortage of disruptive forces, a panel of industry leaders told NAIOP New Jersey last week, citing everything from ridesharing services and automation to changing corporate and consumer preferences.

NAIOP honors new hall of fame class, CRE industry leaders

A crowd of nearly 400 turned out Monday night as NAIOP New Jersey inducted three commercial real estate leaders into its hall of fame, while honoring a longtime state government leader and three key industry professionals.

NJPAC taps Lizura to lead development efforts in Newark

Tim Lizura, a former longtime top executive with the state Economic Development Authority, has joined the New Jersey Performing Arts Center to oversee the development of the land around the downtown Newark venue.