Eliot left his apartment in NYC so he could own a home. Since he was working in Newark, he decided to spend $292,000 on a condo in Newark.
This is a very educational video from real estate analyst Keith Jurow.
Indoor vertical farming is coming to the Garden State, thanks to AeroFarms. Now more food will be grown in cities as well as farms.
Maybe this will force a change in pricing for properties in NYC. Maybe not, though.
More historical religious buildings in Newark, NJ are being purchased and converted into other buildings. I guess we will see what happens to this one. The former home of B’nai Jeshurun at 787 Dr Martin Luther King Jr Blvd in Newark now has a new owner and could become known as “The Crown Building.” Source: […]
Real Estate investors are buying and selling more than ever, which is changing the real estate industry a bit.
Magic has partnered with Newark Beth Israel Hospital to promote healthy food in Newark, New Jersey.
They look delicious and can’t wait to try it!
How can we make it better?
Downtown Newark’s skyline is about to look very different.
Many view the 1967 riots, alternatively called a rebellion, in Newark as the city’s low point, prompting whites to flee in droves for the neighboring suburbs. But the phenomenon called white flight started much earlier and the reasons behind it were more numerous and complex than simple racism. https://www.njspotlight.com/stories/19/09/02/newark-before-the-comeback-a-city-marked-by-white-flight-and-poor-policy/
Making public art available to local artists could cut down on illegal graffiti around the city.