Real Estate Top Stories

May 13, 2021

LIVINGSTON, NJ — Prior to opening the public hearings for three ordinances related to affordable housing within the Township of Livingston on Monday, the Livingston Township Council invited its legal representative, Gary Hall, to further clarify the process for satisfying the affordable-housing ...

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LIVINGSTON, NJ — In order to satisfy the municipality’s state-mandated affordable-housing obligations, the Livingston Township Council adopted two ordinances on Monday establishing overlay zones to allow for residential housing and kept a third ordinance open for further review after hearing mixed ...

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HOBOKEN - A home listed at $5,250,000 just sold in Hoboken, making it the highest-priced single-family home ever to sell in the city's history. 113 Grand Street, which was the home of Volkswagen Group North America COO Johan de Nysschen, listed in April. The stunningly reimagined four-story ...

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OCEAN COUNTY, NJ — There are many things to consider when choosing a Realtor in today's market. A FULL time Realtor who is passionate about Real Estate is very important. This ensures they are on the job immediately should anything come up throughout the buying/selling process and readily ...

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Developer Michael Tennyson (CEO and Founder of Ashling Development) and Tom Galante, (Founder of T.Galante Construction), presented plans for 184 total units; 85% one bedroom and 15% two bedroom on the four acre parcel. There are no three bedrooms planned. Low to moderate income (COAH) housing is ...

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JERSEY CITY, NJ - Mayor Steven Fulop cut the ribbon at Nest Micro Apartments this week, a micro unit rental at 190 Academy St.  “We have 122 pre-furnished units at half the price of what you could find in Manhattan,” Keith Schwebel, owner of KSNY, said of the functional living spaces in ...

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JERSEY CITY, NJ - The 6th annual Jersey City Summit for Real Estate Investment, a three-day event highlighting Office, Multifamily, Retail, Mixed-Use and Affordable Housing, plus successful development, placemaking and institutional investment, will be held virtually, June 15-17. Keynote ...

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The Mayor of Kenilworth, NJ and Merck have announced the official sale of the Merck Kenilworth campus. The Kenilworth Mayor and Merck are joining efforts to find a new owner for this unique location. This announcement follows Merck’s April 28, 2020 announcement of its intention to consolidate ...

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NEWARK, NJ — Newark’s financially burdened homeowners who face a looming eviction moratorium expected to end this June can seek help and information during a virtual seminar hosted by nonprofit United Community Corporation this month. The free virtual seminar’s goal will emphasize options ...

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CORAL SPRINGS, FL - A total of 53 homes were sold in Coral Springs between May 1-7 --including a $706,000 home in the Coral Creek neighborhood. Here is another highlight of the sales, according to multiple listing service (MLS), a database established by cooperating real estate brokers: - ...

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RED BANK, NJ: The Zoning Board held their online meeting last night and reviewed the plans of Park Valley, LLC of Springfield, NJ to construct a 4-story mixed use building with 32 apartments and 1,300 sf of retail space at 120 Monmouth Street.  Included in the design is 51 sparking places and a ...

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LAKE COMO, NJ — The Lake Como market was one of the higher appreciating markets that I have seen year over year. One property even sold for over $100,000 of its original asking price. Although Lake Como is relatively small — and there are not that many homes trading — there is definitely great ...

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As part our TAPinto You! Survey on issues important to Flemington, we asked "What action do you think the Flemington Planning Board should take regarding the proposed apartments at the old Agway property?"  We discovered that most people who answered the survey opposed the construction of ...

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RED BANK, NJ: The Red Bank Zoning Board will hold an online meeting Thursday, May 6, 6:30pm. The Board will review plans for proposed 4-story mixed use building with 32 apartments and 1,300 sf of retail space at 120 Monmouth Street, which is adjacent to Pearl Street.  The developers, Park ...

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NUTLEY, NJ — A resident questioned Ciccolini and Diamond Springs properties and a resolution passed to match funding by 50 percent to Nutley Library’s HVAC replacement during the Tuesday, April 20 Nutley Board of Commissioners public meeting. Announcements Public Works Commissioner ...

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CORAL SPRINGS, FL – Wondering what homes were sold in Coral Springs in the past month? A total of 180 homes were sold in April in Coral Springs, according to multiple listing service (MLS), a database established by cooperating real estate brokers. The data, which does not include homes sold ...

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LIVINGSTON, NJ — Three ordinances related to affordable-housing units that were up for final hearing in Livingston on Monday were tabled until the next Livingston Township Council meeting on May 10 at the conclusion of public comments that lasted nearly three hours. If adopted, the three ...

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BELMAR, NJ — The Belmar real estate market has been very active lately. Some of my recent listings in town had multiple offers, sold well over their asking prices and set new records. With limited supply of homes and high demand from buyers, it may be a great time to sell. Turnkey properties are ...

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NEW JERSEY - While the rest of the state economy slowly returns to pre-pandemic levels, the New Jersey real estate market reportedly experienced “a year we’ve not seen before” with no immediate signs of slowing. Two state real estate experts with national credentials participated in a TAPinto ...

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RED BANK, NJ: With over 25 years of combined experience, Mark & Allison Gregory offer a deep understanding of the local market forged through their exceptional service to many homeowners and investors, helping them to achieve the real estate results they desire. Eight hours from listing a ...

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For the third week in a row, mortgage rates moved lower, breaking back down below three percent. That is welcome news for homeowners who have yet to refinance and, for prospective homebuyers. Low mortgage rates provide more borrowing power for buyers but, also impact home prices, which have ...

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PLAINFIELD, NJ — Tuesday's agenda for Plainfield's Historic Preservation Commission meeting includes five new business items, including a Certificate of Appropriateness hearing on 653 Ravine Road in the Netherwood Heights Historic District. The hearing was carried from the March 23 meeting. HPC ...

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NEW JERSEY - While the rest of the state economy slowly returns to pre-pandemic levels, the New Jersey real estate market reportedly experienced “a year we’ve not seen before” with no immediate signs of slowing. Two state real estate experts with national credentials participated in a TAPinto ...

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TRENTON, NJ – Senate President Steve Sweeney, acting in response to "the rapid sprawl of warehouse construction across New Jersey," has introduced legislation that gives municipalities impacted by the developments more control on their approval.  Sweeney's bill would update the "Municipal Land ...

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JERSEY CITY, NJ - 99 Hudson continues to rewrite Jersey City’s real estate record books. The iconic 79-story condo building, New Jersey’s tallest residential tower, announced today the record-breaking sale of a 2,473 square-foot Penthouse on its 75th floor. The home sold for a newsworthy $3.9 ...

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MORRISTOWN, NJ - The New Jersey real estate market is at a high, with urban dwellers seeking the peaceful calm of suburban life.  While the rest of the state economy slowly returns to pre-pandemic levels, the New Jersey real estate market reportedly experienced “a year we’ve not seen before” with ...

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MORRISTOWN, NJ - The New Jersey real estate market is at a high, with urban dwellers seeking the peaceful calm of suburban life.  While the rest of the state economy slowly returns to pre-pandemic levels, the New Jersey real estate market reportedly experienced “a year we’ve not seen before” with ...

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MORRISTOWN, NJ - The New Jersey real estate market is at a high, with urban dwellers seeking the peaceful calm of suburban life.  While the rest of the state economy slowly returns to pre-pandemic levels, the New Jersey real estate market reportedly experienced “a year we’ve not seen before” with ...

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NUTLEY, NJ - The Township of Nutley Zoning Board of Adjustment is scheduled to review a code interpretation regarding the property at 275 Kingsland St. The property is being considered for a warehouse and truck terminal.  The item on the Township of Nutley Zoning Board of Adjustment agenda ...

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NEW JERSEY - While the rest of the state economy slowly returns to pre-pandemic levels, the New Jersey real estate market reportedly experienced “a year we’ve not seen before” with no immediate signs of slowing. Two state real estate experts with national credentials participated in a TAPinto ...

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