Richardson Lofts converted an old jewelry factory into an eight-story, 67-unit project in downtown Newark that provides high quality rental housing to households with a range of incomes. The restoration of the existing steel spiral staircase is just one design detail that reinvents the building's industrial character. Open floor plans, lofted ceilings, a rooftop garden, and spectacular views of New York City and downtown Newark add to the appeal of the building, which was built with an energy-efficient design according to EPA Energy-Star Program requirements and incorporated a number of sustainability measures that qualify it for LEED certification. This mixed-income project carried on RPM's work to revitalize former industrial buildings in Newark, opening the same year as the Studebaker Lofts mixed-income project further up Broad Street.

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The restored steel spiral staircase
The opening ceremony with Newark Mayor Cory Booker