Newark: It's Your Move
Living In Newark
Living in Downtown, you can enjoy the best Newark has to offer: The Newark Museum, the New Jersey Performing Arts Center, the Prudential Center, Newark Bears Baseball, and other cultural attractions located in the Ironbound, plus more than 130 food and beverage establishments in Newark’s Central Business District.
With the PATH, NJ Transit, and Amtrak only a few blocks away, living in Downtown Newark is exceptionally convenient to the rest of New Jersey, the New York metropolitan area and Newark Liberty International Airport.
Downtown’s emerging residential community includes lofts, condos and luxury rentals at a wide variety of price points, including:
An art deco residential tower with views of the city and Manhattan. Amenities include a health club and a bowling alley.
A 67-unit, LEED accredited loft apartment building. Originally built as a jewelry factory at the turn of the 20th century, it has two fitness rooms, valet parking and a concierge.
Located in Newark’s Ironbound, close to the Prudential Center and Newark Penn Station. Amenities include a rooftop deck and proximity to NJ Transit.
The Colleoni Apartments in Lincoln Park
Offers 29 apartments located in the Lincoln Park Coast Cultural District. One bedroom rentals start at $1095, and two bedrooms start at $1395. Amenities include a gym and community room, and proximity to the Museum of African American Music.