Perkins Eastman | Ironside Newark

Ironside Newark

Newark, New Jersey
Edison Properties is repositioning the former Newark Warehouse Company building, a 1907 concrete warehouse, also known as the Central Graphic Arts Building at 110 Edison Place. The project is situated across Mulberry Street from the Prudential Center arena, and a few blocks from Newark Penn Station. Perkins Eastman is tasked with converting this warehouse to a combination of commercial office space, ground floor retail, restaurants, amenities, and mini-storage. The conversion includes enlarging the existing window openings and creating new entry lobbies and cores within the office component. The space features modern, loft-style and penthouse office space on its six upper floors, with a rooftop green space offering views of Manhattan. The building will be linked to the city’s Newark fiber optic cable network providing high-speed internet access, attracting the kind of technology companies Newark is seeking.

The entire 3rd and 4th, as well as half of the 5th floor will be developed as pre-built co-working suites, and the remainder of the 5th floor will be offices for Edison Properties. The project is being developed simultaneously with a redevelopment plan by the City of Newark to create a 22-acre park immediately to the south of the building called Mulberry Commons and a footbridge connecting with Peter Francisco Park, Newark Penn Station, and the Ironbound section of the city.
AWARDS
United Way of Northern New Jersey, United Way Impact Award (2018)
Press
New York YIMBYNew Renderings For 500,000 Square Foot Office Project 'Ironside Newark'