A new playground will soon come to Fourteenth Avenue School in Newark, and it will be made entirely of recycled products, some of which were sourced from the students’ own efforts.
From updates on the Bergen Street Development Project and the PATH extension to plans for new development, including both residential and commercial projects, a full-house of South Ward stakeholders listened attentively as representatives of the Bergen-Lyons-Clinton Partnership (BLCSID), Councilman John Sharpe James and other city representatives shared good news about the future of their community.
Whole Foods Market celebrated the opening of its much-touted Newark location this morning. While giveaways and other goodies featured largely in the opening, it was the presentation of community partnerships and the store’s localized look-and-feel that proved the highlight of the launch.
Broadridge Financial Solutions, Inc. has signed a long-term lease with C&K properties for approximately 160,000 square feet of office space in 2 Gateway Center.
One of the newest residential developments coming to Newark will begin accepting applications starting this coming March 15th. The Willows will be located in Lincoln Park.
Starting this fall, Newark’s Prudential Center will be home to the Grammy Museum Experience.
Newark Print Shop will celebrate its new digs tonight with the launch of their first group exhibition, entitled “Transitions,” on Friday, February 3rd from 6 to 9 p.m.
Opening day will feature vendor samplings, giveaways, sales and more.
The plan for the project formerly know as Triangle Park enjoyed its official unveiling at a Prudential Center press conference overlooking the site of the park, which will be called Mulberry Commons Park. The ambitious project will likely break ground in the spring, and will connect Downtown Newark with the Ironbound.
Burg to Newark: “We’ll be back.” The Military Park burger joint featuring an outdoor bar and patio is closed this winter but will be back in the spring.