Newark

Aerial rendring of the New Jersey Performing Arts Center Waterfront Masterplan - NJPAC

Officials Reveal Next Phase of the New Jersey Performing Arts Center Waterfront Masterplan

Newark city officials have revealed plans for the next phase of redevelopment that will surround the New Jersey Performing Arts Center and aim to transform the city’s entire downtown area. The initiative is formally known as the New Jersey Performing Arts Center Waterfront Masterplan and calls for the creation of a mixed-use urban center and rejuvenation of the blighted Passaic Riverfront.

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L+M Development Partners and Prudential Financial to Renovate Zion Towers, at 515 Elizabeth Avenue in Newark, New Jersey

L+M Development Partners and Prudential Financial have teamed up to complete a sweeping renovation of Zion Towers, an affordable housing block in Newark, New Jersey. In a recent announcement, the two firms also revealed a successfully brokered deal with the New Jersey Department of Community Affairs to extend the property’s Section 8 contract for an additional 11 years to facilitate necessary financing to begin capital improvements within.

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Rendering of Walker House (CetraRuddy / Inglese Architecture & Engineering)

Landmarked Walker House Begins Leasing at 540 Broad Street in Newark, New Jersey

Leasing has launched for Walker House’s rental properties at 540 Broad Street in downtown Newark, New Jersey. Developed in collaboration by L+M Development Partners, Prudential Financial, and Goldman Sachs Urban Investment Group, the landmarked 1929 Art Deco building was renovated to create 211 apartments and a full suite of residential amenities. The 20-story structure’s conversion was overseen by Inglese Architecture & Engineering and CetraRuddy, and will include a fitness center and yoga studio, a library lounge, a private catering kitchen and dining room, a game room, storage areas, and a crowning rooftop terrace with outdoor cooking areas.

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SOMA Newark

After A Decade of Failures, Newark’s New Construction Boom Finally Takes Off

Until 2017, residential development in downtown Newark was largely a figment of developers’ imaginations. Over the decade prior, proposals were ambitious but financing was scarce. The one project that had gained financing, Eleven80, a rehabilitation-and-reuse of a long dormant former office building, had gone into foreclosure in 2009, reemerging several years later as a diamond in the rough, Downtown’s lone successful project. Meanwhile, supporting retail was extremely limited.

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