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Rutgers University-Newark, National Urban Leaders Unveil Action Plan for Historic Preservation

15. December 2015

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By Carla Capizzi The newly restored, historic 15 Washington Street building at Rutgers University-Newark (RU-N) was a fitting setting on Dec. 8 for a national conference, “Legacy City Preservation: A National Conversation on Innovation + Practice,” which highlighted innovation in urban development preservation in Newark while releasing a nine-point “Action Agenda for Historic Preservation in […]

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Westward is pursuing “BID” Business Improvement District

14. December 2015

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The City of Newark, the Newark Community Economic Development Corporation, Councilman Joe McCallum, the West Ward Economic Development Corporation, and the Unified Vailsburg Services Organization are sponsoring a Community Meeting to discuss a Business Improvement District (BID) for the West Ward on S. Orange Avenue from Dover St. to Bergen St. A BID is a […]

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Newark’s Holiday Pop’ up stores Launch Party TODAY!!!

11. December 2015

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This week, an eclectic group of local designers, artists and creatives set up shop at 744 Broad Street and introduced shoppers to the Downtown Holiday Market.   The Holiday pop-up shop is up and running at 744 Broad St.   With an assortment of vendors vintage cloths both men and women, designer originals, afro-centric items, to […]

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Introduces today Newark PSEG “Art Wall” project in the Fairmount Neighborhood

8. December 2015

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The City of Newark, the Urban League of Essex County and PSE&G announced today the launch of the region’s first-ever “Art Wall” project designed to beautify the protective façade of an electrical switching station. This facility, conceptualized and created from an aesthetic point of view as opposed to simply a functional perspective, will be located […]

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Saint Michael’s Medical Center declare critical milestone in the Primes Healthcare acqusitiion

3. December 2015

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Saint Michael’s Medical Center announced today it has received notice from the New Jersey Department of Health that its application to transfer hospital ownership to Prime Healthcare Services has been deemed complete. Saint Michael’s initially submitted the Certificate of Need application to sell the hospital on April 1, 2013. Hospital officials responded to eight rounds […]

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NJIT’s Library was Awarded a Grant to Develop Archive of Newark Architecture NEWARK

24. November 2015

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By Shydale James NJIT’s Barbara and Leonard Littman Architecture and Design Library was awarded a $13,500 state grant from the New Jersey Historical Commission (NJHC) to further develop the Digital Archive of Newark Architecture. The initiative to document the physical life of New Jersey’s largest city (and one of the oldest towns in America) was […]

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The Grand Historic Landmark 15 Washington Re-opens in Grand Style

19. November 2015

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By Jade McClain A ribbon cutting marks the official reopening of 15 Washington. From left to right: Rutgers VP for Facilities and Capital Planning Anthony Calcado, Former RU-N Interim Chancellor Phillip Yeagle, Rutgers President Robert L. Barchi, State Senator Ronald Rice, Rev. Dr. M William Howard, Former RU-N Chancellor Steven Diner, Mrs. Henrietta Parker, RU-N […]

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494 Broads Street Extension Ribbon Cutting

19. November 2015

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This week highlighted continued signs of continuing commercial real estate growth with two ribbon cuttings in the northern section of Broad St, near the Broad Street Station. 494 Broad Street is the most recent achievement of Fidelco Realty Group’s ongoing renewal of the Newark/Washington Park market into a vibrant commercial, retail and residential destination.  The […]

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NJIT Ground breaking for (WEC) Wellness and Event Center

14. November 2015

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       Under gray skies but in jubilant spirits, some 300 people gathered today at NJIT to celebrate a groundbreaking for the Wellness and Events Center (WEC) — a $102 million building that is the centerpiece of the university’s campaign to revamp the campus. Once finished in the fall of 2017, the 200,000-square-foot building, […]

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City of Newark Prepares for City Property Auction

9. November 2015

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OnThursday,  November 19th, last Newark Symphony Hal, Terrace Ballroom 1030 Broad St, the City of Newark, having a Public Real Estate Auction.   DOORS OPEN AT 9:00 AM   All bidders must appear in person at the auction. Any person bidding on behalf of a corporation must present a copy of the Certificate of Incorporation […]

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