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    are the Rock Plaza Lofts still under construction? If not, are they fully leased?

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    Quote Originally Posted by coralridge View Post
    are the Rock Plaza Lofts still under construction? If not, are they fully leased?
    Rock Plaza is fully leased... however, I'm looking to break my lease there so if anyone is interested in a one bedroom loft in the Columbian Building (the one with the Dino BBQ), please feel free to reach out to me on here. I'll be out mid September

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    Quote Originally Posted by scrollhectic View Post
    Rock Plaza is fully leased... however, I'm looking to break my lease there so if anyone is interested in a one bedroom loft in the Columbian Building (the one with the Dino BBQ), please feel free to reach out to me on here. I'll be out mid September
    Are you upgrading to a larger space?

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    From Yesterday

    -Learned that the NJPAC & Shaq tower will break ground sometime over the next few months
    -Starbucks is opening up on Broad Street across from Military Park
    -A few smaller Renovation and Infill Projects are set to break ground by early spring

    Teachers Village


    Newark Rising - Teacher's Village in Downtown Newark,NJ
    by Corey Best, on Flickr


    Newark Rising - Teacher's Village in Downtown Newark,NJ
    by Corey Best, on Flickr


    Newark Rising - Teacher's Village in Downtown Newark,NJ
    by Corey Best, on Flickr


    Newark Rising - Teacher's Village in Downtown Newark,NJ
    by Corey Best, on Flickr


    Newark Rising - Teacher's Village in Downtown Newark,NJ
    by Corey Best, on Flickr


    Newark Rising - Teacher's Village in Downtown Newark,NJ
    by Corey Best, on Flickr


    Newark Rising - Teacher's Village in Downtown Newark,NJ
    by Corey Best, on Flickr


    Newark Rising - Teacher's Village in Downtown Newark,NJ
    by Corey Best, on Flickr


    Newark Rising - Teacher's Village in Downtown Newark,NJ
    by Corey Best, on Flickr


    Newark Rising - Teacher's Village in Downtown Newark,NJ
    by Corey Best, on Flickr


    Newark Rising - Teacher's Village in Downtown Newark,NJ
    by Corey Best, on Flickr

    Renovated Shops/Buildings on Halsey Street


    Halsey Street in Downtown Newark,NJ
    by Corey Best, on Flickr


    Halsey Street in Downtown Newark,NJ
    by Corey Best, on Flickr

    Recently Completed Prudential Tower


    New Prudential HQ in Downtown Newark,NJ
    by Corey Best, on Flickr


    New Prudential HQ in Downtown Newark,NJ
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    New Prudential HQ in Downtown Newark,NJ
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    New Prudential HQ in Downtown Newark,NJ
    by Corey Best, on Flickr

    Hahnes Building Renovation - Future Whole Foods , Rutgers Dorms , 10-20 Shops


    Newark Rising - Hahnes & Company Building Renovation in Downtown Newark,NJ
    by Corey Best, on Flickr


    Newark Rising - Hahnes & Company Building Renovation in Downtown Newark,NJ
    by Corey Best, on Flickr


    Newark Rising - Hahnes & Company Building Renovation in Downtown Newark,NJ
    by Corey Best, on Flickr


    Newark Rising - Hahnes & Company Building Renovation in Downtown Newark,NJ
    by Corey Best, on Flickr


    Newark Rising - Hahnes & Company Building Renovation in Downtown Newark,NJ
    by Corey Best, on Flickr


    Newark Rising - Hahnes & Company Building Renovation in Downtown Newark,NJ
    by Corey Best, on Flickr


    Newark Rising - Hahnes & Company Building Renovation in Downtown Newark,NJ
    by Corey Best, on Flickr


    Newark Rising - Hahnes & Company Building Renovation in Downtown Newark,NJ
    by Corey Best, on Flickr

    New Traffic Lights on Broad Street


    New Traffic Lights on Broad Street
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    New Traffic Lights on Broad Street
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    New Traffic Lights on Broad Street
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    Recently reopened Southern End Track 5 platform at Newark Penn Station


    Track 5 at Newark Penn Station
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    Northeast Corridor trains at Newark Penn Station
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    Great pics Nexis. Starbucks is opening up at the Pru tower?

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    Quote Originally Posted by KMD1227 View Post
    Great pics Nexis. Starbucks is opening up at the Pru tower?
    Next to the Nike Store...still not sure whats going above it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nexis4Jersey View Post
    Next to the Nike Store...still not sure whats going above it.
    Could it be apartments?

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    Are there any renderings for the hahnes addition? And will that be a garage or an apartment building?

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    Quote Originally Posted by KMD1227 View Post
    Are there any renderings for the hahnes addition? And will that be a garage or an apartment building?
    There is a very vague rendering on page 14 of the Rutgers plan. There are also some good plan views. It looks like the addition will be separated from the building on it's east side to make room for a loading bay. I was wondering about that when I saw windows going in on the west side of the existing building.

    http://www.newark.rutgers.edu/files/...ewark-plan.pdf

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    Scroll, is the leaving due to the quality of the unit or the area or the city as a whole? Just curious as with all the hype about there and teachers village it's hard to get real opinions how things are there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by newarkdevil1 View Post
    Scroll, is the leaving due to the quality of the unit or the area or the city as a whole? Just curious as with all the hype about there and teachers village it's hard to get real opinions how things are there.
    No, I love it here. I'm moving out of state for work. I never stay in one city for too long. This will be my 6th move - all different states, including 2 years in Paris. Newark has a big piece of my heart. If I move back to Jersey, I'll most likely move to Newark.

    The apartments themselves are well constructed, nice finishes, great layouts. Management just switched, but overall, they do a good job. Downtown is walkable and being close to Penn Station can't be beat. It's nice to see downtown when it's active and full of a diversity of people. It's desolate at night though.

    Downtown has a lot of character, but it also has a lot of grit. Right now, the grit outweighs the character. There's definitely a long way to go and critical mass is not Newark's style, so I think it's going to take a while before it gets there but it's promising. Though I feel safe downtown, overall, the city HAS to get crime under control for it to move forward. Priority number one IMO.

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    Thats the problem, crime will never be fixed in newark as poverty, drugs and violence in the larger portion of city will never go away. We just will have patches of nice areas downtown and by rutgers/njit. Thats what ras baraka is upset about but the reality is some of the other wards are dangerous so businesses wont invest there. Gunshots and car jacking are considered normal there.


    I mean even ironbound isnt safe https://www.rlsmedia.com/article/vio...several-during

    And that attack wasnt even reported





    But anyway in other news:

    Starbucks Coffee to Return to Downtown Newark






    http://www.placenj.com/2015/08/starb...-downtown.html
    Last edited by nignog; August 25th, 2015 at 09:16 PM.

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    Last couple of days earth movers and dump trucks showed up on the Baxter Park site and started moving flattening earth and dumping gravel.
    At first I was exited.
    BUT! YES,THERE'S A SMELLY "BUT"
    * NO CONSTRUCTION TRAILER.
    * NO Measuring sticks other than those marking the perimeter.
    * Now I see a stupid booth similar to what you see at the NJIT parking lots.(COULD BE SECURITY)...BUT....THE GRAVEL WAS PERFECTLY FLATTENED WITH AN ASPHALT ROLLER!
    You don't need an asphalt roller to roll gravel except for Parking lots.

    Now that I mention it, NJIT lost the lot to the new Marion P Thomas Charter High School on the corner of Newark st and Sussex Ave.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Newarkguy View Post
    Last couple of days earth movers and dump trucks showed up on the Baxter Park site and started moving flattening earth and dumping gravel.
    At first I was exited.
    BUT! YES,THERE'S A SMELLY "BUT"
    * NO CONSTRUCTION TRAILER.
    * NO Measuring sticks other than those marking the perimeter.
    * Now I see a stupid booth similar to what you see at the NJIT parking lots.(COULD BE SECURITY)...BUT....THE GRAVEL WAS PERFECTLY FLATTENED WITH AN ASPHALT ROLLER!
    You don't need an asphalt roller to roll gravel except for Parking lots.

    Now that I mention it, NJIT lost the lot to the new Marion P Thomas Charter High School on the corner of Newark st and Sussex Ave.
    NJIT is putting in a temporary parking lot (one year permit according to ZBA) on one of their sites. Is that what you saw?

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