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Old Today, 01:51 AM   #1001
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Originally Posted by dacunha213 View Post
I just found this rendering, I think it is on the corner of Green & Bruen Street. You can tell based on the old building on the left, it matches what is there now.

There has been an approved plan to develop that site and 56 units with ground floor retail sounds about right. Unfortunately Comito does not hint at the progress of the projects in their renders as there are 2 large projects planned near the McWhorter Street parking lot that was forcefully closed (and might become a 12 story tower).

This would be on Bruen Street, but 50 is on the wrong side. The most logical spot is a single warehouse on the block bounded by Bruen and NJ RR Ave, and by Lafayette and Hamilton Street, along the back of the Hudson Supply paint store.

A planned 6 story charter school with a cool design at the corner of Liberty and Green Street, which is driectly across from Richardson Lofts and the adjacent existing Gray Charter School, which is undoubtedly approaching capacity.

A masterplan for Baxter Terrace Phase 2, although it likely changed as NJIT shifted their attention away from that "Gateway Project".

Also, the Model Block plan along Fairmount Avenue between South Orange Avenue and 13th Avenue finally started January 11th. It adds approximately 13 new homes and streetscape improvements close to University Hospital and a block from a new charter school that was just finished last year. The project is a more elaborate version of what was done on nearby Littleton Avenue, which provided some streetlights to private homes and swept several vacant lots of trash and debris resulting in a massive reduction in crime in the immediate area. Pending the success of the Fairmount Model Block, it will likely spread across the rest of the West and South Wards.

If I don't say otherwise, all of my images are on my blog,

186 Newark, NJ Development projects MAPPED

See my DeviantArt account at http://towerpower123.deviantart.com/

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Old Today, 04:23 PM   #1002
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7-Eleven is coming to 2 Ferry Street location...bummer

That's the national coffee chain.
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