Superior Masonry will be moving to 1143 East Union Street! They plan to build a new building AND remodel the existing one!
Crosstown Custom Homes built another single family house at 467 Nathaniel Way!
Crosstown Custom Homes has built two more single family homes at 245 and 249 Lincoln Road!
Marshall Exteriors has purchased the old Rite Aid building at 135 East Union Street and is making it into a showroom. They are upgrading the facade as well as the interior! Click here for more information.
Whispering Winds Campground at 2 Country Club Drive has expanded their camping capacity and also opened a Pub and Party Room called "Newark Kountry Club" which is open to the public. Click here for more information.
Laurel House Comfort Care Home will opened.
The Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon-cutting for Adecco to welcome them to their new location at 833 West Union Street!
With the help of an Erie Canalway grant, the Village of Newark, Newark Central School District, and Mural Mania worked together to create additional murals along Newark's canal corridor. Students worked in a day camp setting over the summer to create this museum without walls.
Grind On Coffee will soon be coming to 212 South Main Street!
Jackson Hewitt Tax Services will soon be opening in the plaza at 6768 Route 31 East!
The Corner Tavern, 101 West Union Street, has reopened under new Management!
IEC is moving to Silver Hill Technology Park and expanding, eventually adding over 350 jobs!
Work on the Wayne ARC's new street of shops by Wayne ARC is progressing!
Raspberry's Downtown Ice Cream and Towpath Homes have opened at 102 South Main Street!
White Paw Books & Curiosities, 604 South Main Street, focuses on bringing fun to Newark and being a premier destination for new & used books, games and handmade local art. Aside from books, the shop offers community events including book clubs, Magic the Gathering tournaments, open music jam sessions, board and card game leagues.
Click here to see previous construction projects in the Village of Newark.
Wayne Finger Lakes BOCES took over part of the building at Silver Hill Technology Park for its Pathways In Technology Program. (Early College High School) W-FLEC Tech seeks to redefine secondary education with a curriculum that centers on project-based learning that focuses on skills in three career clusters — Information Technology, Instrumentation and Control Technologies, and Mechanical Technology. Through the program, selected students can earn one of three different associate’s degrees at no cost to their families and will be considered for jobs with participating companies when they graduate.