Newark Planning Board Requires On-Site Affordable Housing for Broad Street Project

The city planning board on Monday approved a two-building development with 255 residential units next to Pavilion Towers, but not without opposition from residents and those from a nearby church. Russo Development, of Carlstadt, entered a joint venture with the current property owner at 349-377 Broad St. State business records show Eli Dweck is the registered agent of 349 Broad Street Newark, LLC, which is based out of an office in Edison.

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