EPSN, Under Armour and Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC) have announced that they are partnering to transform vacant lots into spaces where kids can go to safely play sports, have fun and play. Newark is one of the cities where these transformations will occur.
A Newark Renaissance House owned property, which was formerly an addiction treatment center, is on track to be converted into a 29-unit apartment building.
Photographer, Videographer, and YouTuber, Daniel Inskeep, shares in a video on one of his channels how anyone can get into Real Estate investing. The method, widely used, is a smart way to do it and to live in a house you own without paying your mortgage. If that sounds appealing, watch this video where Daniel simplifies the process.
The Forgotten Past of New Jersey shared another great documentation from an iconic Newark building. The Krueger-Scott Mansion.
Do you agree or disagree with Rent.com’s ranking of Newark, NJ as the worst city for millennials to live?
There are so many beautiful pieces of architecture around Newark, New Jersey. The blog, The Forgotten Past of New Jersey, shared some of its history of Miller Street School.
What goes up, must come down. It’s the nature of things, and the market is at a high right now, which means foreclosures are around the corner.
Governor Murphy announced on December 8th that Newark Penn Station will receive $190 million in funding to renovate and restore the busy transit property.
Jersey Digs digs into the past outbreaks we’ve seen in New Jersey and winter’s impact.
If all goes well, three Newark city owned properties will be sold and potentially built up to a 67-unit apartment building.
There are 3 homes on Walnut street that might be demoed and turn into a 12-story, 77-unit apartment building. A developer’s application says that more than 75 residential units are planned for three lots along Walnut Street in Newark. Source: 12-Story Building Could Replace Three Newark Homes | Jersey Digs
A 13-story, 192 unit residential and commercial building is planned for downtown Newark, with an estimated completion of 2023. The multi-year project would require demolishing a group of buildings owned by the development company.