Each Studio, 1-, 2-, and 3- bedroom apartment enjoys thoughtful layouts and beautiful details.
Teachers Village residences are unlike anything in Newark today. Every 1-, 2- and 3-bedroom – enjoys thoughtful layouts and abundant light and air. In many of the units, floor to ceiling windows open onto the beautifully landscaped courtyard, transforming your living room into a virtual terrace. Combine this with details like 25 to 31 square foot widths in the living spaces, 10” wide- plank hardwood floors, stainless steel appliances and ceiling heights that are 10-feet, and you have homes that are simply without compare.
Life at Teachers Village
There are many opportunities for family life at Teachers Village. Within the Village, families can enjoy
Secure, rooftop play areas at the schools buildings at 230 Halsey Street
Use of the basketball court and gym at 230 Halsey Street
Amenity rooms in all residential buildings that can be used for parties, tutoring, and other family-friendly activities.
Through arrangement with area sports and cultural institutions, families in Teachers Village can also take advantage of:
Free membership at the Newark Museum
Free tickets to New Jersey Symphony Orchestra performances
Special programs and classes at NJPAC, the Newark Public Library, after school programs such as the Boys and Girls Club,
Newark School for the Arts, art galleries, Newark All Stars
Opportunities for skating and hockey lessons with the Devils’ Hockey in Newark program
Discounts at area restaurants and stores
Teachers Village in the Center of It All
Teachers Village Complete Project Rendering
Downtown Newark boasts a robust cultural, entertainment and educational infrastructure, including such institutions as the New Jersey Performing Arts Center, Newark School for the Arts, the Newark Boys Choir, Symphony Hall, the NJ Symphony, WBGO Jazz radio, the NJ Historical Society, Newark Museum, and the newly built Prudential Center Arena.
Newark’s educational assets include five universities: Rutgers, UMDNJ, New Jersey Institute of Technology, Essex County College, Seton Hall Law School and Berkeley College. All these institutions are within walking distance of Teachers Village. In addition, Teachers Village is located within the boundaries of a special improvement district operated by the Newark Downtown District (NDD). The NDD’s services include improving and maintaining streetscape amenities and horticultural plantings, a “clean and green” program, installation and maintenance of a pedestrian wayfinding signage system, security services, an ambassadors program and hosting of a variety of programs and events such as a seasonal farmers market in Military Park, a downtown walkers club and Beaver Street café with lunchtime karaoke performances.
Access to open space for residents of Teachers Village includes proximity to three city parks: Lincoln, Military and Washington Parks. The 360-acre historic Branch Brook Park, designed by the firm of Frederick Law Olmsted, is home to the annual Cherry Blossom
Newark is known for its efficient public transportation. Teachers Village is located within a 10 min walking radius from Newark Penn Station and within a 5 min walking radius from the Washington Street light rail station that connects to Penn Station, Broad Street Station, Branch Brook Park and points west to Bloomfield, NJ. Penn Station is the hub for NJTRANSIT and AMTRAK trains traveling along the Northeast Corridor as well as PATH train service to Hoboken and Manhattan. Teachers Village is also proximate to an extensive local and regional bus system, accessed along Broad and Market Streets. The bus rapid transit “Go Bus” system provides fast access to Newark Liberty International Airport, which is located just 3 miles or 10 minutes from Teachers Village. An express train to the Airport, connecting to the airport light rail system, is also available from Penn Station. Broad Street Station is located less than a mile north, offering NJ TRANSIT service to Manhattan, Hoboken and into Morris and Essex Counties. Teachers Village’s proximity to mass transit facilitates access to both regional and local commuting facilities that are second to none, thus reducing dependency on cars. The project’s proposed “Teachers Trolley” shuttle to Penn Station and Broad Street Station will provide a safe convenient, reliable transit option for residents within the Village.