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Old February 13th, 2017, 09:31 AM   #161
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What a horrible waste of a beautiful old building.
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Old February 13th, 2017, 09:40 AM   #162
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NJIT's $100 Million Events Center


















Upon completion, the old Athletic Center will be demolished to make room for a new soccer field.
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Old February 13th, 2017, 09:51 AM   #163
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Teacher's Village nears completion
















The red building itself might soon see a renovation...


Just down the road to the left, a new 4 story apartment building with ground floor retail will total 54,000 square feet for the building and 39 apartments



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Old February 13th, 2017, 09:57 AM   #164
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377 Washington Street, a 6 story charter school










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Old February 13th, 2017, 10:14 AM   #165
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Hallmark House extension and 12 story 2nd building










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Old February 13th, 2017, 10:19 AM   #166
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127 Chestnut Street, as seen on December 13th

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Old February 28th, 2017, 07:03 AM   #167
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One Theater Square, aka the NJPAC Tower has a crane










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Old February 28th, 2017, 07:07 AM   #168
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Further progress on 45 Rector Street, the Shaq Tower










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Old February 28th, 2017, 07:24 AM   #169
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Murphy Varnish Company Loft Conversion



















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Old February 28th, 2017, 07:38 AM   #170
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Riverfront Park Phase 2 has started

It will pass under the Jackson Street Bridge and continue halfway to downtown, covering the entire area where the soil is disturbed. Future Phase 3 is that further section and extends to Newark Penn Station.




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Old February 28th, 2017, 07:53 AM   #171
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Other project photos from February 20th, last Monday

Prudential Tower




Wok to Walk is coming soon


Did they finally lease this corner?


The TD Bank in 1180 Raymond closed


Nothing happening at 1160 Raymond for the hotel conversion...


Future site of Mulberry Commons (Triangle Park)










Future site of the City Hall Parking Garage?


This rooftop extension was completed at 55 Liberty Street next to Richardson Lofts sometime last year and the whole building is a charter school.


95-111 Railroad Avenue






The vacant lot in the foreground at 67-89 Bruen Street is an entirely separate apartment building project about the size of the building behind it.




110 Bruen Street renovation


60-62 Elm Street should become a 6 1/2 story apartment building with penthouse lofts


84 Walnut Street is completed




23 Chestnut Street behind it




15-27 New York Avenue site




26 New York Avenue and 17-29 Garden Street, a future 7 story 79 unit apartment building




Murphy Varnish Company Lofts




















90-94 Garden Street




New-style Bayonne Boxes on New York Avenue






360 New York Avenue










9 Barbara Street




295 Lafayette Street, site for a single 2-Family Bayonne Box, yet will somehow exceed the maximum site coverage...


135 Monroe Street apartment conversion






113 Monroe Street, to be converted to apartments and retail


124 Adams Street, also to be converted to apartments and existing retail


271 Lafayette Street, the Ironbound Hotel site




37 Jackson Street


Riverfront Park Phase 2 has started!!!






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Old June 22nd, 2017, 06:11 AM   #172
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June 15th Development Updates

540 Broad Street/Verizon Building Renovation




Adjacent parking lot renovation, for a likely car stacker to serve 540 Broad.


Audible Audiobooks' Church Headquarters










Newark Museum new front entrance, the ramp will go where the trucks are at.








It will have a new reception desk.

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Rutgers Honors Living-Learning Community, the old childcare building is gone.











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Rutgers Life Sciences II






TRYP by Wyndham Hotel (Carlton)






38-40 Park Place




192 and 196 Market Street, there were workers on both.




Grammy Experience Museum




56 Park Place, a new 26 story hotel will preserve the facade.



https://jerseydigs.com/newark-develo...otel-proposed/

Ironside Newark, the Edison warehouse, is actually truly happening!



https://jerseydigs.com/ironside-110-...cially-begins/

Temporary parking lot to prepare for Mulberry Commons






Mulberry Park itself is still a parking lot in the meantime...




Textile Lofts (95 Railroad Avenue)








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112 Bruen Street




58 Elm Street, a 6 1/2 story apartment building


76 New York Avenue

It is a very long and narrow building...


94 Walnut Street


Murphy Lofts














New South Street School








142 Pacific Street, a 5100 square foot day care center with an extension filling the gap




Carvi Hotel




113 Monroe Street, upper right, will be renovated to apartments.


135 Monroe Street is making progress.




124 Adams Street is also being converted to lofts






79 Ferry Street Renovation


11 Union Street


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Old June 22nd, 2017, 06:12 AM   #173
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45 Rector Street, the Shaq Tower

June 15th
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Old June 22nd, 2017, 06:13 AM   #174
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One Theater Square

June 15th, equal in height to the Robert Treat Hotel.






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Old October 31st, 2017, 07:47 AM   #175
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Development map updated for October 31st, 2017

I finally updated my development map of all of the known major developments in Newark, NJ, and it now contains 186 developments (55 under construction now and 61 approved) scattered across the city, with 160 developments placed on the map. The map shows their approximate property size rather than the building size as the rest of the property is often renovated or landscaped as well. The projects on the map are numbered to correspond to their data on the chart and projects ending with an "r" are renovations to existing buildings.

For projects with known values, there is just under $1.2 Billion underway, with $1.088 Billion actively being built. $1.585 Billion in projects were completed and opened since around 2012. Projects currently under construction include:
  • 2124 apartments
  • 200 dorm rooms (400 beds)
  • 195 hotel rooms
  • 321,711 square feet of Retail space
  • 373,500 square feet of Educational space
  • 497,886 square feet of Office space
  • 1,115,083 square feet of Industrial Warehouse space
  • Together they will have 873 parking spots.
Current approvals are in place for
  • 4477 apartments (with 1400 in the Baseball Stadium project)
  • 476 hotel rooms
  • 290,343 square feet of Retail space
  • 735,832 square feet of Office space
  • 1,487,905 square feet of Industrial Warehouse space
  • Together they will have 4685 parking spots, with 2000 in the Baseball Stadium project

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