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IRONSIDE NEWARK
110 Edison Place
Newark, NJ 07102
Stacking Plan

Downtown
Newark
Neighborhood

Downtown
Newark
Neighborhood

You’ll be in good company with esteemed corporate neighbors including Audible, Prudential, and Panasonic. And with more than 60,000 university students and faculty in Newark, there’s no shortage of talent and diversity contributing to the energy and success of the city.

At Ironside Newark, you’ll never be more than a few steps away from the best the downtown district has to offer. With premier performance spaces including the New Jersey Performing Arts Center and the Prudential Center arena, museums like the Newark Museum, the New Jersey Historical Society and the new Grammy Museum Experience, and the historic Ironbound District’s diverse food scene, Downtown Newark is yours to discover.

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Getting There

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By Rail

6 minutes to Newark Liberty International Airport via NJ transit Rail

20 minutes to New York Penn Station via NJ Transit Rail

Quick Commutes to key business hubs like Boston, Washington, D.C. and Philadelphia via Amtrak

By Path

18 minutes to Jersey City / Exchange Place PATH

22 minutes to Downtown Manhattan / World Trade Center PATH

By Car

10 mile drive to New York City

15 minute drive to the Garden State Park

8 minute drive to the New Jersey Turnpike

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Mulberry Commons Park Artist Rendering
COURTESY OF SAGE AND COOMBE ARCHITECTS

Mulberry
Commons Park

In addition to abundant public spaces, Ironside Newark is adjacent to Mulberry Commons Park. Slated to span three acres between Mulberry Street and McCarter Highway, this tree-lined space will be the perfect spot for a picnic, a jog or a midday stroll.

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Capital follows talent

residential
development

An influx of educated talent into Newark is driving the development of new luxury residential buildings. There are currently over 7,000 residences in development or under construction to meet this demand.

a greener
city

Newark is embracing a move toward a greener future with exciting environmental projects. Riverfront Park, a significant undertaking by the city, serves as an urban oasis for Newark residents and visitors alike. Additional revival of the waterfront will kick off in 2018, bringing the park to a total of 40 acres and a total length of three miles.

central
transit hub

Just 20 minutes from Manhattan by train, Ironside Newark is in the center of the Northeast’s largest transit hub, providing workers with easy access to a host of transportation options including NJ Transit train and bus service, PATH and Amtrak trains, a light rail system, and Newark Liberty International Airport.

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Aisha Glover,

President and CEO of the Newark Community Economic Development Corp.

EDISON HAS A SENSE OF what Newark needs,  AND THE DIRECTION WE’RE HEADING IN.

Ras J. Baraka,

Mayor of Newark

Ironside Newark marks a major milestone in the comeback of our downtown.