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Jersey Avenue Getting 2 Huge New Warehouses

January 15, 2019

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - The Jersey Avenue corridor, already home to large warehouse operations, now will have more with the city approving two more of the structures, each with more than 50,000 square feet of space.

Planning board members on Monday approved construction of a 51,180-square-foot building at 750 Jersey Ave., next door to the Occidental Chemical building.

This is the second of ...

3 Stores, Apartments Approved on Vacant Route 27 Lot Despite Parking Limits

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - Despite concerns about parking, city officials Monday approved plans for a building with three ground-floor stores and three apartments above them on a vacant lot at Somerset Street about two blocks from the city high school.

Planning board members unanimously approved plans for the two-story building at 938 Somerset St. The structure will face Somerset Street, which ...

"Highly Suspect" Survey Hits Homes in Sayreville

SAYREVILLE, NJ - The Sayreville Economic & Redevelopment Agency (SERA) is expressing deep concerns about a questionable poll mailed to Borough households in the waning days of 2018.

The poll was mailed from an unknown third party describing itself as the “National Community Based Development Initiative.” This group, which is apparently seeking residents’ opinions ...

6 New Brunswick Development Projects to Watch in 2019

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - In his State of the City Address on New Year's Day, Mayor James Cahill said there were 1,100 housing units coming to the city.

Some of those units are in projects proposed for different parts of the city, but hundreds of units are under construction in three housing complexes that will be completed this year. There is also one major downtown project that will be ...

New Brunswick to get a 'Biergarten,' Newest Downtown Restaurant

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - The Hub City is joining in a popular trend and getting a beer garden of sorts this spring when a new restaurant opens, filling a now-vacant location near the train station.

Redd's Biergarten will open at the foot of Easton Avenue, in the prime downtown site that was previously home to Brother Jimmy's BBQ.

It will be the third location for Redd's. The first ...

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