The famous Brooklyn Dumpling Shop is opening more locations in New Jersey. Currently underway is Hoboken, with Newark and Montclair next. The shop uses an automat system for orders to be safely stored away from other orders and accessible to customers on pickup. Think of it like a storage locker for your food order.
The Philip Roth Reading Room at the Newark Public Library is going to look incredible. The space is being designed by Ann Beha Architects out of New York City.
New Jersey in 2020 had a huge range of property taxes ranging from the low $5,000 a year up to $30,000 a year. Check out where your town fits in the list.
INROADS and Zoetis have come together to offer students the chance to learn the veterinary science.
The first accessible dining experience has come to Newark, NJ. It’s fully tailored to address the needs of those who must use Braille, read lips, or communicate with sign language. The food at Deaf’s Delight Cafe also looks quite tasty. Deaf’s Delight Cafe is now welcoming the deaf and hard of hearing community to a […]
Foreclosures will continue to be scarce for a while. When you find one, the deal may not be as good as you might have wanted. With foreclosures hard to find, pre-foreclosures might be the way to go right now.
The city of Newark is now paying its residents, who own plows, to help clear the city’s streets of snow. We’re proud to see the city supporting its community in this way.
This isn’t the first time NJIT planned to demolish historic buildings on campus. In fact, there was a protest about it in 1989. But now, in 2021, NJIT wants to demolish and rebuild buildings in disarray.
While major cities, like San Francisco, New York, Boston, and Seattle are seeing drops in their housing rentals, Newark is seeing a 50% jump for the past 18 months. It’s heavily influenced by the pandemic and people leaving big cities for smaller cities. We have personally seen major NYC workers leaving their apartments in New York for apartments in Newark which still have easy access to NYC through public transportation.
Newark has seen a massive growth of new faces operating small businesses around the city. In fact, from 2014 to 2019, firms owned by Black women grew by 50%. This is amazing to see!
We are so proud of Newark’s police officers, who are safely de-escalating situations rather than resorting to firing weapons.
There is a proposal for a 5-story, 16-unit apartment building a mile from Newark Penn Station in the Ironbound section.