Newark, NJ is getting some new amenities, including one 22-acre real estate project downtown (with its own High Line, sort of) and a mixed retail/residential complex that includes a Whole Foods and a Barnes & Noble. These are welcome developments in a long-suffering city, but some locals are concerned the changes will drive up rents, making life difficult for longtime residents while young newcomers theoretically transform Newark into its own Brooklyn. Read more
Will Newark Become The New Brooklyn?
Published: February 16, 2017