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Planners Find South Avenue East “In Need of Redevelopment”

September 20, 2018

PLAINFIELD - Plainfield’s Planning Board agreed to declare a busy section of South Avenue “in need of redevelopment” Thursday, setting the stage for the governing body to order a redevelopment plan.

Dubbed South Avenue East, the nine lots at South Avenue’s Terrill Road border are currently occupied by several restaurants, a shopping center, and other businesses. Shawna ...

IBM campus to turn into boarding school?

The owners of the former 723-acre IBM campus in Somers are proposing a private boarding and day school for Grades 9-12, temporarily named “Somers Academy.”  More details to follow.

New Development Hearing for Plainfield's South Avenue

PLAINFIELD, NJ - As a 212-unit, $52 million project nears completion on South Avenue, the Plainfield Planning Board has set a hearing on possible redevelopment of nine nearby properties extending to the city’s Terrill Road border.

The Planning Board will consider the matter at its meeting on Thursday, Sept. 20 at 7:30 p.m. in City Hall Library, 515 Watchung Ave. 

The properties ...

An American Classic in Old Short Hills

SHORT HILLS, NJ - The first time I sold this home at 79 Minnisink Rd in 1991, I was 31 years old and the sale represented my introduction to the uber luxury real estate market. Although born and raised in Millburn/Short Hills, and a frequent guest at many prestigious township homes owned by the parents of my friends, I was a new Broker, and just beginning to understand the complexity of ...

Elite Property Holds Grand Opening for Fourth Apartment Building in Maplewood   

MAPLEWOOD, NJ - The grand opening and ribbon cutting for the new apartment building at 1701 Springfield Ave. was held on Saturday, Sept. 12. The 30-unit apartment building is located directly across the street from the Hilton branch of the Maplewood Library.

Maplewood Mayor Vic DeLuca thanked the developers “for building this great addition to the Springfield Avenue area ...

Despite Neighbor Opposition, Bernards Committee Votes 3-2 to Approve Multifamily Zoning on Mountain View Blvd.

BERNARDS TWP., NJ - Despite opposition from neighbors and "no" votes cast by two members of the governing body, the creation of a new multifamily housing zone that can accommodate up to 280 new housing units was approved by a 3-2 vote of the Township Committee on Tuesday night.

The vote came after several neighbors of SJP Properties' proposed development on 70 ...

Judge Rules Against Chatham Borough Over the Storage of Cars at 4 Watchung; Ruling Refers to 1971 Variance Granted

CHATHAM, NJ - Morris County Superior Judge Stuart A. Minkowitz ruled that a 1971 zoning board hearing had given 4 Watchung LLC the right to store 125 automobiles on its property, it was announced on Tuesday night by James Lott, borough attorney, at the regular meeting of the Borough of Chatham Council.

Lott had contended in court that there was no record of a variance granted to 4 ...

Prominent Properties Sotheby's International Realty Adds Three Groups, Agent to Summit Team

SUMMIT, NJ - Top agents Smitha and Rahul Ramchandani of The Ramchandani Group, Mary and Thomas Menard of The Menard Group, Deborah Herridge and Janet R. Ellis of The Herridge Group, and Catherine Lutz have all joined the Prominent Properties Sotheby's International Realty Summit office.

The Ramchandani Group

With their multi-cultural background, more than 35 ...

122-room Hotel Approved for North Camden

CAMDEN, NJ—A 122-room, four-story Comfort Inn, a Choice Hotel brand, will soon be coming to Linden Street in North Camden.

The Camden City Zoning Board awarded variance requests and preliminary and final site plan approval for the project at its meeting on Monday night with a vote of 5-2.

The applicant, Spectrum Capital Camden, LLC, said the project is expected to cost $20 million and ...

Creation of New Multifamily Zone on Tuesday Agenda for Bernards Committee

BERNARDS TWP., NJ - The Bernards Township Committee settled an affordable housing lawsuit and agreed to rezone for multifamily housing off Mountain View Boulevard at its last meeting, and this Tuesday is set to give the final approval to the new zone, which would allow construction of up to 280 residential units at that location.

If the project is built--after ...


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