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The Newark Experience

Newark Dept. of Economic & Housing Development

Newark Zoning

Zoning Map
. With links to zoning descriptions.
Newark Zoning and Land Use Regulations

Who Owns Newark?

Inclusionary Zoning

The Starting Point: Structuring Newark's Land Use Laws at the Outset of Redevelopment to Promote Integration Without Displacement
Malina Welman. Columbia Journal of Law and Social Problems 53(1), October 2019, pp. 43-87. "In 2017, New Jersey's largest municipality, Newark, made history when its city council passed an inclusionary zoning ordinance requiring, in part, that at least twenty percent of new residential projects be set aside for moderate- and low-income households."


Towers of Frustration [Videorecording].
Washington, D.C., Public Television Library, 1971.
"Focuses on the Stella Wright housing project in Newark, N.J. Explores the problems confronting residents in many of the country's large, impersonal and crime-ridden public housing projects." Available?

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