609 Broad Street, Newark, NJ 07102
The former Hahne and Co flagship department store building was restored and redeveloped into a vibrant mixed-use, mixed-income development in the heart of downtown Newark, New Jersey. The timing of this restoration coordinated well with the rise of Prudential Insurance’s new 20-story office building and the City’s restoration of Military Park, both located across the street from the project. With Rutgers University, the New Jersey Institute of Technology, the New Jersey Performing Arts Center and the New Jersey Historical Society located steps away from the project – the Hahne’s project connects the various important corridors of Downtown Newark and provides unprecedented quality new housing, retail and commercial opportunities to the community.
The residential portion includes 160 units of both affordable and market-rate apartments and a parking garage. Opened in 2016, the building is also home to a diverse group of retailers including Express Newark, Rutgers University-Newark arts and cultural incubator, a Barnes and Noble bookstore, Newark’s first Whole Foods Market, Coolvines wine store, Petco, Marcus BP restaurant, and the City National Bank headquarters.
Hahne & Co wins the NJ Historic Preservation Award for maintaining the state’s architectural, archaeological and cultural history on state and local levels.
KSS Architects wins the Social Impact Award for the design of Express Newark, Rutgers University’s arts incubator located in the historic Hahne’s building.
Commercial Property Executive announced Hahne's as the winner for Best Repositioning/Redevelopment Plan.
Hahne & Co wins 2017 Jack Kemp Excellence in Affordable and Workforce Housing.
Hahne’s is the winner of 2016 Smart Growth Award.
The award-winning restaurant will occupy 87,000 SF including the company's first commissary kitchen and corporate offices.Read More
At 8,700 square feet, the Halsey Street space will be Ani’s largest location.Read More
Walker House and Hahne's will transform into temporary art exhibits that showcase local arts and culture during the Newark Arts Festival.Read More
Located within the Hahne & Co. building, the Rutgers University-Newark’s community-based arts collaborative is committed to social justice realized through the arts.Read More
L+M’s contribution to the city’s resurgence include development of Hahne & Co., restoration of the former NJ Bell building and renovations to Georgia King Village.Read More
The restaurant at Hahne’s scores high across the board thanks to Chef Marcus Samuelsson’s creative blend of food, culture and ambiance.Read More
AHF subscribers can vote for Hahne's between July 2 and August 3.Read More
The award honors projects, groups and individuals dedicated to preserving the state’s architectural, archaeological and cultural history at State and local levels.Read More
The ribbon-cutting celebration was attended by Mayor Ras J. Baraka, Launch Pad CEO Chris Schultz, residents and local entrepreneurs already working out of the cutting-edge space.Read More
With a ribbon cutting from Mayor Ras Baraka, Launch Pad’s grand opening event will offer opportunities to learn more about initiatives to build entrepreneurship in the Newark community.Read More
Marcus Samuelsson’s B&P restaurant is recommended as a place to visit in this Newark culinary roundup.Read More
The company will occupy 8,000 square feet of second floor office space in the mixed-use building.Read More
The 15,000 square feet space features 32 private offices, three conference rooms, private phone booths, a kitchen and café space as well as other common areas.Read More
The New Orleans coworking business is the newest tenant at the historic Newark building.Read More
Launch Pad now accepting reservations for founding members.Read More
Marcus Samuelsson, celebrity chef and restaurateur, opened his first New Jersey eatery in the Hahne & Co. building.Read More
Chef Marcus Samuelsson announced late last year that he was partnering with L+M to bring a new restaurant to Hahne & Co.Read More
Hahne & Co’s 165,000 square-feet of commercial space will be the new home to local non-profit, Citizen Action, joining Barnes & Noble, Whole Foods and others.Read More
Audible, tenant at Hahne & Co., is providing rent incentives to employees willing to relocate to Newark.Read More
The adaptive reuse of the historic Hahne & Co. department store serves as a catalyst for community and economic growth in Newark, NJ.Read More
Whole Foods opened a new 29,000 square foot store in Newark's revitalized Hahne's building.Read More
Newark’s Hahne’s building reopens with apartments, Whole Foods.Read More
The old Hahne & Company store reopened with apartments for rent in Newark, NJ.Read More
Renovated building features contemporary residences and exceptional shopping & dining experience.Read More
The historic Hahne's building in Newark has been redeveloped from a vacant department store to a 500,000 square foot mixed-use property.Read More
The rebirth of one of Newark's most historic buildings has started.Read More
First Bookstore to be Built in Downtown Newark in Decades.Read More
Barnes & Noble Education Inc. and Rutgers University-Newark to open a bookstore at Hahnes.Read More
Whole Foods is coming to Hahnes.Read More
Celebrity chef to open restaurant in in the newly renovated Hahne’s in Downtown Newark.Watch
The celebrity chef’s new restaurant will be part of the redevelopment of the historic Hahne’s department store.Read More
About $2 billion in development is underway in the city, with 1,500 units of housing under construction and another 4,000 planned.Read More
L+M and partners bring Whole Foods, CityMD and Rutgers-Newark’s first multidisciplinary arts center, Express Newark, among other retail tenants to the Downtown Newark area.Watch
The Hahne’s building is not quite ready for its tenants to move in, but the development is already winning awards.Read More
City National Bank will relocate its headquarters in Newark to the former Hahne & Co. building.Read More
The Hahnes development in New Jersey is a model for the revitalization of historic buildings across the country.Read More
New Development Seen as Boosting Future of Newark Building Boom at Former Industrial Hub.Read More