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.
When were you a first-time homebuyer?
We have apartments for rent at this price point as well.
Newark is getting a beautiful building housing 552 units, amenities and sky lounge. The base of the building looks like a fun game of Jenga. It’s going to be a stunning property.
Panasonic, maker of electronics including cameras, North American headquarters is right here in Newark, New Jersey. The people at Panasonic’s HQ are supporting the local art community by donating cameras for students to use in their education. Prior to this summer, more than two dozen students in the Abbott Leadership Institute Youth Media Symposium summer […]
In addition to reviving one of Newark’s historic buildings, Audible is covering their employee’s lunches out somewhere in Newark. The goal is to help local restaurants strive.
Newark’s retail community is filled with athletics and wellness, and it’s growing!
Creative spaces are growing in Newark and this is a great example!
Brooklyn based Polish food manufacturer, Bacik, is moving their operations to Newark!
We first viewed this video on the Newark, NJ Facebook page and thought it was worth sharing.
Ron Beit’s Teachers Village has paved way for additional Opportunity Zones in Newark. A ground-up residential development in Newark is a model for Opportunity Zone investing. Source: From ‘Dead Zone’ To Teachers Village