New Co-Working Space Draws Companies to Ironbound Section of Newark

A new co-working space that opened in the Ironbound section of Newark in the spring has drawn a diverse array of clients.

Topology, a real estate and planning firm, opened the re:SOLVE co-work space in May at 60 Union Street, a three-block walk from Newark Penn Station. The company began leasing the first floor of the historic Dietze Building last year and presently uses part of the space for its own offices. It upgraded the rest of the floor this year for co-working purposes.

Re:SOLVE welcomed their second tenant in July, the Regional Plan Association (RPA), a nearly 100-year-old non-profit civic organization that attempts to improve the quality of life in the New York metro area by researching and creating plans involving transportation, land use, housing, good governance, and the environment. They advise cities, communities, and public agencies.

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