Nine three-family homes have been proposed for Newark’s South Ward along Garibaldi and Pershing Avenues. Model A views from CREARC, LLC over the city of Newark.
Two of Newark’s southernmost blocks could house dozens of other residents.
Lusa Enterprise, Inc. has submitted plans to the city government to build nine new homes in the South Ward west of Newark Liberty International Airport. Each house would consist of three units.
CREARC, LLC Model B surveys of the city of Newark.
The application from the North Arlington-based company covers Garibaldi Avenues 20-22, 24-26 and 28-32, and Pershing Avenues 39-41 and 43-53. The document states that the land is currently vacant land and includes a disclosure statement identifying the president of Lusa Enterprise as Eduardo Albuquerque.
This part of Newark is remote from, and separated from, other neighborhoods by railroad tracks, parking lots, industrial buildings, and major roads. However, these properties are just a few meters north of the edge of Elizabeth’s road network and North Elizabeth Railway Station is less than a mile away.
CREARC, LLC Model C surveys of the city of Newark.
The Newark Central Planning Board is due to hear Lusa Enterprise’s request for a tentative, final site map and approval of a major subdivision, as well as a number of deviations, during a virtual meeting on Monday, April 5th at 6:00 p.m. according to an agenda.
Notice to Readers: The dates on which motions are to be discussed by the Newark Central Planning Board and other committees are subject to change.