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Top 3 Reasons to Live in Newark, DE

  • Located in New Castle County, Newark prides itself with a historical downtown, which was instrumental in gaining the coveted Great American Main Street Award in 2011. The seat of Delaware commerce and banking in the 18th century, downtown remains the heart of the 8.9-square mile city, with restored historical landmarks like the Greek Revival-style Bank of Newark Building alongside modern structures like the gigantic Christiana Mall. Newark is also home to the main campus of the University of Delaware, which means this city is vibrant and full of life.

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2 Beds, 1 Bath in Newark, DE 19711
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Newark, DE 19711

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School: John R. Downes Elementary School
Grocery: Acme Sav-On Pharmacy
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3 Beds, 3 Baths in Newark, DE 19711
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4 Beds, 2 Baths in Newark, DE 19711
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School: Newark Center For Creative Learning
Grocery: Herman's Quality Meat Shoppe
Restaurant: Deer Park Tavern
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3 Beds, 1 Bath in Newark, DE 19711
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School: West Park Place Elementary School
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3 Beds, 3 Baths in Newark, DE 19711
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3 Beds, 1 Bath in Newark, DE 19713
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2 Beds, 1 Bath in Newark, DE 19711
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School: Univ Of Delaware Laboratory Preschool
Grocery: University Mini Mart
Restaurant: Roy Rogers Restaurant
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3 Beds, 2 Baths in Newark, DE 19713
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School: Joseph M. Mcvey Elementary School
Grocery: Tobacco Zone
Restaurant: Cappadocia Restaurant
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3 Beds, 1 Bath in Newark, DE 19713
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  • Gastronomic food trip. With more than 60 restaurants and growing, there's bound to be a great dining spot right anywhere in Newark. Grab a pint of draft beer from the historical Deer Park Tavern built in 1851 or enjoy best-kept secrets like delectable Vietnamese sandwiches from Banh Mi Boy. Newark hosts two annual events that draw thousands of foodies to the city. The springtime Wine and Dine Downtown features specialty cuisines by Newark's top chefs paired with fine wine selections from around the world. In January, the city gears up for Restaurant Week, where dining establishments create fixed-priced special menus off their regular days, offering new tastes and experiences to clients.
  • Many great choices for housing and places to live. There are over 1,000 houses and condo units per square mile in Newark. This means there's a steady availability of housing in Newark, either homes for rent or for sale. Newark's building incentive program led to renovations of older establishments and construction of new buildings to meet rising demand for more rental homes in the downtown area. The program called for a design that included commercial spaces on the first floor and apartments or attached housing units for the upper floors. Some of the downtown buildings that incorporated this design include Main Street Plaza, The Center Square, Pomeray Station and Main Street Court.
  • Thriving market for homebuyers and renters. There's a good balance of renters and homeowners in Newark, with 45 percent of homes being renter-occupied. With a fast-growing business scene, the average house price in Newark is growing at a steady pace, from $250,000 to $350,000, which means increasing value for those investing in houses. Attached units like apartments, townhouses and condominiums are also steadily growing since 2000, buoying the rental market. Rent to own homes can also be found in some Newark districts like Drummond Hill and Saint Regis.