Since its founding in 1666, Newark has reflected immense capacity to change. With a respect for centuries-old historic landmarks, what was originally agrarian land has become our urban center of the state. With the mélange of Victorian homes, farmhouses, and the stylish Lincoln Park and bustling downtown, Newark knows how to please.
With green initiatives and energy-saving urban focus, Newark is on its way to being the greenest city in the Garden State. The continual change and growth, and focus on sustainable living, leans our city heavily in the direction of model urban planning. Newark also looks to all levels of living, working through the Newark Now initiative to improve conditions for low-income families, exhibiting in its social devotion as well as its diverse architecture the spirit of our early American roots.
With five grown children and a growing brood of grandchildren, Ann and Mark Baiada purchased this spectacular beach house in Avalon hoping for more family... Read More »