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NEWARK-”When the teams, the performers or the visitors come to Newark, they are often do not have the ability to stay in town because the hotels are booked,” Deputy Mayor for Economic and Housing Development Stefan Pryor tells me. “We are definitively under-booked.” As GlobeSt.com reported, a solution, the Courtyard by Marriott broke ground last week. The construction is another piece in Mayor Cory Booker’s plan to revitalize the city of Newark, but questions remain for the Brick City.

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