Here's a view of the entry courtyard of a medium-rise condo complex opposite Gateway Center on Mulberry Street in Downtown Newark.
It is near the 37-story Raymond-Commerce Building that is now being converted from offices to apartments. Its success inspired the developers of that complex to bet that there's a market for upscale housing in Newark. Between those two residential buildings and others to be created around Military Park, Downtown Newark should have a substantial presence of middle- and upper-class people to support a vibrant, 24-hour urban lifestyle within 5 years. This is a great time to be in Newark.