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Old Posted May 8, 2017, 11:58 PM
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As Newark’s Ironbound neighborhood continues to experience growth, and as the city’s waterfront along the Passaic River is revitalized, more developers are seeking to build residential units in the area. Now, another such project has been proposed for the area.

Plans have been revealed for a new mixed-use development at 558-568 Market Street and the neighboring lot at 49-51 Polk Street in the city’s East Ward. According to a legal notice that was issued on April 24th by the City of Newark, the building is slated to be five stories tall, and would contain 56 residential units on the second, third, fourth, and fifth floors.

Retail space and parking are planned for the ground floor. A rendering of how the building is expected to look when completed was included in a December presentation by East Ward Councilman Augusto Amador and TD Bank, which referred to the project as the ‘Market Street Apartments’, though only 20 units were listed as being proposed for the development at the time.


Albino Cerqueira of MarkPolk, LLC, which is registered out of a warehouse on Wilson Avenue in an industrial section of the East Ward, is listed as the project applicant. MarkPolk is seeking Preliminary and Final Site Plan Approval with variance approvals for having insufficient front yard setback, exceeding the maximum lot coverage, and insufficient building transparency.
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when will we see the Museum of Newark and Trucking?
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when will we see the Museum of Newark and Trucking?
Once the union leaders agree to the labor terms. A "visit" from Silvio and Paulie is in order. Afterwards, wine at Satriale's.
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Pic by me.

Newark Skyline.

Lots of potential for this place. Lots!

Can't wait for the day where we have 10000+ units u/c. Similar to a JC style boom thats occurring now, with 37k units in the pipeline.


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The owner of this lot has previously courted controversy because he was improperly granted a variance for a giant surface parking lot by the Zoning Board, in an area where surface parking lots are not allowed. Neighbors fought it all the way to NJ Supreme Court, and won. But the parking lot is still there. So there's ill will with the community that might dim the chances of approval for this.
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Rector Street (Shaq) project in prep stage



Demolition complete. Slow progress on the pilings. So I guess the original building won't be incorporated into the new one. Anyone have more definitive information about this?
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As part of the proposal, the mansion would be rehabilitated “in a historically respectful and accurate manner,” and could feature rooms named for notable Newark natives. A new neighborhood, called a ‘Makerhood,’ would be constructed behind the building that would feature an urban farm, a plaza, 16 affordable apartments, 50 market-rate apartments, 36 parking spaces, and 16 to 20 shops, including restaurants, a dining facility possibly created in partnership with the Rutgers Food Innovation Center, artist spaces, and possibly a pub called Krueger NanoBrew. This community would include a five-story building, a seven-story building, and a ten-story building.

The project would be developed by Avi Telyas of Seaview Development, and calls for creating an affordable live/work center for makers, entrepreneurs, and micro-manufacturers that would include a business incubator, co-working space, educational support, and a community event space with a monthly speaker series. According to plans obtained by Jersey Digs, “for a combined $1,800/month an entrepreneur can lease a workspace to conduct a business such as retail, light manufacturing or artistic activities, and occupy an apartment above it for a zero-commute, low-cost operation.” There would be revenue of over $500,000 per year with a net cash flow of $24,390. 85 jobs are expected to be created upon completion of the development.
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View is a 42 unit residential development with available commercial retail space. This latest addition to the neighborhood consists of 2 NEW buildings, to be located along Bergen St at the heart of the South Ward of Newark, NJ. 1041 Bergen St (Building A), will have 32 residential units over a commercial space with 14 parking spaces. 1057 Bergen St (Building B), will have 10 residential units as well as a community center on the ground floor.
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Project Update: Bears Stadium Redevelopment

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The plans for the redevelopment of the Newark Bears and Eagles Riverfront Stadium property and surrounding area have expanded, and the public will soon get a chance to weigh in on whether it should go forward.

The latest plans now call for 2,526 residential units, 48 live/work units, a hotel with 240 rooms, 102,144 square feet of retail space, a performance space, 2,216,820 square feet of office and commercial space, and 2,923 parking spaces to accompany the existing Essex County Improvement Authority parking garage. The entrance to the new parking facility will be along McCarter Highway/Route 21. All of that is according to a legal notice regarding a public hearing on the proposal.

The 450 Broad Street site is apparently not the only property where developer LEG 450 Broad Street, LLC, an affiliate of the Manhattan-based Lotus Equity Group, plans new development. It has also filed an application for 422 Broad Street, a large vacant lot that sits just across Division Street from the stadium. According to a different legal notice, the company wants to subdivide the tract into three lots in connection with “the development of a mixed-use retail, office, hotel, performance space and residential project” as proposed in the other application.
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Why does that area need 3,000 parking spaces? There's plenty of mass transit at that spot. Unless it'll be used partly as a park & ride. In that case the Broad St station's elevated platforms need to be extended over Broad Street with an entrance below it(or a tunnel from the NLR station to the site).
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Why does that area need 3,000 parking spaces? There's plenty of mass transit at that spot. Unless it'll be used partly as a park & ride. In that case the Broad St station's elevated platforms need to be extended over Broad Street with an entrance below it(or a tunnel from the NLR station to the site).
The Newark light rail needs a capacity expansion to handle the extra volume. Its quite packed during any given peak hours range, and if the CBD and its proxies adds more units (which is happening and the increase in the pipeline), its going to get sardine like within those trains.

Plus you have tons of NJIT / Essex County and RU Newark students already crowding it.
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That tower is taking shape. looks sweet.
http://www.nj.com/traffic/index.ssf/...rs_photos.html The light rail cars have been extended. All they need to do to make it more efficient is to stop oversignaling these trains on street level. And maybe extend it towards Lincoln Park to assist arena patrons coming from the west.
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There are some high potential parking lots for the taking in central Newark. Reminds me of jersey city 20 years ago.
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Renderings Revealed For Country’s Largest Timber Office Building In Newark, New Jersey





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Renderings are out for an 11-story timber office building proposed for the Riverfront Square development in Newark, New Jersey. The site is located next to New Jersey Transit’s Broad Street station, which is less than a twenty-minute commute to Midtown Manhattan. The project is part of a larger 11.8-acre mixed-use development, as well as Riverfront Park, designed by James Corner Field Operations. Lotus Equity Group will be responsible for the development.

Ben Korman, Chief Executive Officer and Founder of Lotus Equity Group, said “the vision we share with Michael Green is to design the most environmentally sustainable office tower that enhances the health of tenants and the surrounding communities through efficient planning and green design.”

The structure will rise at least 120 feet to its rooftop, and yield over 500,000 square feet of office space. The exposed wood design is expected to enhance the tenant experience, and will also be environmentally sustainable.
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