August 19, 2019
L+M Development Partners, in partnership with Prudential Financial and the Goldman Sachs Urban Investment Group, released the first finished exterior, lobby and amenity space photographs of Walker House, the fully-restored, landmarked former home of NJ Bell in downtown Newark, NJ.
Along with 264 mixed-income residences, Class A office and ground floor retail space, Walker House features a fitness center and yoga studio, library lounge, game room, private catering kitchen and dining room, and a rooftop terrace.
“This is a building for renters looking not just for great value, but for something with a bit more character and charm than your typical new market-rate building,” said L+M’s Jon Cortell.
The project is L+M, Prudential and Goldman Sachs UIG’s latest downtown Newark investment in partnership with Citi Community Capital. In 2017, the partnership re-opened the historic Hahne & Co. building, transforming the long-vacant former department store into a mixed-use complex.
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