Real Estate

December 29, 2019

PLAINFIELD, NJ — Plainfield's Planning Board will reorganize at its first meeting of the new year.  It will also hear from Applicant 1369 South Plainfield LLC for the property located at 1369-1403 South Avenue, which falls within the South Avenue East Redevelopment Area.  The Applicant, from ...

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PLAINFIELD, NJ — Demolition is moving swiftly on South Ave. at the site of the former Giovanna’s restaurant.  Earlier in June the family-owned restaurant bid farewell after 36 years to many loyal customers who made it a point to visit before the final closing day. Known for its pickled onions and ...

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CHATHAM, NJ - The Borough of Chatham Council held its final meeting of 2019, bidding farewell and thanks to outgoing members, Chatham Borough Mayor Bruce Harris, Council President James Collander and council member Victoria Fife with resolutions at a Special Meeting held Thursday night. The ...

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PLAINFIELD, NJ - The first major development on North Avenue won final approval at Thursday’s Planning Board meeting, as well as one redevelopment plan that could result in 10-story buildings and another for use of a former hospital parking lot. When the board met on December 5, the development ...

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LIVINGSTON, NJ — Following a successful court hearing last week, a portion of Industrial Parkway is officially under the ownership of the Township of Livingston for the purpose of building a new site of the Livingston Department of Public Works (DPW). Mayor Al Anthony—who gathered at the site ...

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CHATHAM, NJ - The Chatham Township Planning Board unanimously memorialized the approved applications for the Skatepark Affordable Housing - Arbor Green at Chatham - and the Dixiedale Development at its regular meeting on Monday night. In other business related to affordable housing obligations, ...

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When it comes to buying or selling a home, the most important decision one can make may very well be choosing the right realtor. While there will be several professionals you will most likely deal with during the home buying or selling process, none will be more important to you than your ...

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KENILWORTH, NJ – After years in business the popular Ralph's Famous Italian Ices and Ice Cream located at 700 Boulevard has permanently closed its doors. The establishment that brought such joy to the Kenilworth community is now up for lease. Ralph's is still listed as open on their website, ...

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CHATHAM, NJ - In another meeting that crept past midnight into Friday, the Chatham Township Committee voted to seek a delay in its affordable housing compliance hearing to September, putting a pause on the plan to turn the municipal building into 65 affordable housing units. Deputy Mayor Mike ...

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WOODLAND PARK, NJ - PSE&G has announced that, while the new gas mains have been installed, PSE&G still has smaller work zones in various locations to finish connecting the newly installed main into the PSE&G distribution system. These locations usually occur at intersections and all ...

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CHATHAM, NJ - Chatham Township residents are expected to again turn out in large numbers 7:30 p.m. Thursday night when the Chatham Township Committee takes a promised vote on reconsidering its decision to hand over the municipal building for the construction of 65 affordable housing units. The ...

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MAHOPAC, N.Y. - After standing empty for more than a year, the building that once housed the old Kmart store in Mahopac has a new tenant. Town building inspector Mike Carnazza told Mahopac News that retail giant Ocean State Job Lot will move into the space in the Lake Plaza Shopping Center on ...

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CHATHAM, NJ - An ordinance to appropriate $175,000 in special emergency funds that will go toward real property revaluation that must be completed by Sept. 30, 2020, was unanimously introduced by the Borough of Chatham Council at its regular meeting on Monday night. The Morris County Board of ...

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CHATHAM, NJ - The Borough of Chatham Council revealed to the public at its regular meeting on Monday night that it is considering accepting the donation of Stanley Congregational Church, which will be closing after holding its final service on Jan. 12, 2020. Stanley Church, located at 94 ...

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Contested NJN Gas Regulator Set for Approval HOLMDEL, NJ - The last Holmdel Township committee meeting of 2019 is set to go out with a bang in terms of new affordable housing and other controversial issues. It is a packed agenda with a host of legal settlements, new zoning ordinances and an ...

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PLAINFIELD, NJ — A project hailed in 2017 as Plainfield’s first major development on North Avenue was back before the Planning Board Thursday seeking approval for numerous site plan amendments. The “1000 North Avenue” plan still includes 120 apartments, but will become a “podium building” with ...

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PLAINFIELD, NJ — A marathon five-hour Zoning Board of Adjustment meeting Wednesday ended with approval for a new five-story building on South Avenue. The application was first heard in April, when just four stories were proposed. The plan Wednesday still called for 1,800-square-feet of retail ...

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On Tuesday, December 17th, the Zoning Board will meet at 7 PM to hear from residents on the expansion of the Care One facility on Inman Avenue in Edison. This is the final hearing and the last opportunity for residents to voice their concerns. The hearing will be divided in two parts and residents ...

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CHATHAM,  NJ - After hearing from an overflow crowd of angry residents about its lack of transparency, all five Chatham Township Committee members said Tuesday night they would reconsider their votes that designated the municipal building as an affordable housing site. Just five days after ...

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PLAINFIELD, NJ — A project approved nine years ago appeared to be taking off at last, but details could not be obtained this holiday week. Workers could be seen recently in the former PNC Bank, and today in ground floor space in two adjacent Park Avenue buildings. The dramatic leveling of the ...

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CHATHAM, NJ - The Borough of Chatham Council meeting on Monday night was dominated by the public commentary portion - all of it concerning the decisions being considered for the redevelopment of Post Office Plaza. Chatham Borough Mayor Bruce Harris, anticipating the reaction from the public ...

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PARKLAND, FL- Property tax season can be a time of stress and confusion. Here is some basic information to help clear up confusion and hopefully save you time and money. 2019 Tax Bills are viewable and payable online. Visit http://www.bcpa.net/ Pay your Real Estate tax bill in full by ...

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PLAINFIELD, NJ - Applicant 1014 South Avenue, LLC will be back in front of Plainfield's Zoning Board on Wednesday, Dec. 4 to discuss the construction of two multi-family mixed-use structures at South and Woodland avenues, according to a published legal notice.  The plans require a number of ...

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SHORT HILLS, NJ - Two months after the Millburn Township Committee adopted an ordinance to allow the Silverman Group to build a 62-unit housing development in Short Hills, another builder filed a civil action in Essex County court with the intent of building a 225-unit housing development in the ...

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Does your family need more space?  10 Rolling Hill Drive may be the perfect home for you. This new construction by renowned builder WP Lloyd is completely done and ready to move in. Located in the heart of desirable Rolling Hill this 7 bedroom, 7 bath, and almost 7, 000 sq feet. of unparalleled ...

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NUTLEY, NJ - The Nutley Police Department is warning residents about a Craig's List rental property scam. In a nutshell, if the person with whom your are communicating does not grant you access to the home or apartment for rent to see it first chances are that it is a scam to just get your ...

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SHORT HILLS, NJ - On Wednesday, November 20, the Concerned Residents of Millburn and Short Hills, Inc., a New Jersey nonprofit corporation comprised of residents and taxpayers of Millburn Township, gathered at the Racquets Club to discuss a pending lawsuit the group filed with their attorney Daniel ...

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LIVINGSTON, NJ — Linda Percoco, who for the last 15 years has independently owned and operated Max Title Agency of Livingston, believes that many homebuyers and homeowners are unaware of the value offered by independent title agencies. In fact, there are probably quite a few who are in the dark ...

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NEW JERSEY:  Real estate powerhouse Diane Turton, President and Founder of Diane Turton, Realty, has now added 'author' to her profile. Her book titled Always Connecting: How I Built My Business and Navigated the Signs to Success, is now available on Amazon ...

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CHATHAM, NJ - Chatham Board of Education members want the public to know that there won't be a change in the starting time at Chatham High School for at least 18 months, perhaps as long as two years, it was announced at the regular meeting of the BOE on Monday night. Although Chatham ...

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