The Star Ledger suggests Newark might be N.J.’s next “hot neighborhood”

There seems to be a sea change in the perception of Newark in 2015. This is one of but a series of articles singing praises about our city.

I’ve been optimistic before, but this is something new.

In February, city officials touted that Newark is on the cusp of a renaissance, and in many ways, the state’s largest city does seem be gaining momentum.

Earlier this month, Rutgers University announced a proposed makeover of its Newark campus that would bring a pedestrian walkway between Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard and Military Park. Also, after nearly a decade of the city’s courting the high-end grocer, a Whole Foods is moving into a long-empty building downtown.

Author: Ken Walker

Husband, Father, Newarker, PCA Elder, Business Analyst. In a glass case of emotion since 1978.

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