Developer Plans 1,000-Unit-Plus Mixed-Use Project At 450 Broad Street, Newark

450 Broad StreetPre-demolition Bears & Eagles Riverfront Stadium at 450 Broad Street. Image via Google Maps.

New York-based Lotus Equity Group has acquired the Bears and Eagles Riverfront Stadium at 450 Broad Street, in Downtown Newark, for $23.5 million, NJ Advance Media reports. The 6,014-seat stadium (and presumably the four-story parking garage to the south), located two blocks from the New Jersey Transit’s Newark Broad Street station, is expected to be demolished to make way for a mixed-use tower. The development could accommodate between 1,000 and 1,500 residential units and will contain commercial spaces. The commercial uses haven’t been finalized yet, but plans include a possible hotel and retail space. A construction timeline has not been disclosed. The baseball stadium was construction only 17 years ago.

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1 Comment on "Developer Plans 1,000-Unit-Plus Mixed-Use Project At 450 Broad Street, Newark"

  1. Bird’s eye view to the area, stadium seem to big for using in several purposes.

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