Development

April 9, 2020

Project calls for 30 apartments, office and commercial space, and an interior parking garage BELMAR, NJ — Plans for a mixed-used building on the former Bank of America property were given the go-ahead to proceed by the Belmar Council. In a 4-1 vote, the governing body on April 7 designated ...

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BELMAR, NJ — Before an ambitious redevelopment plan for downtown Belmar is considered in any way, borough officials want the developer to prove it’s serious about the project. And as the first step in that process, Dobco Inc. must first enter into contracts with the owners of several properties ...

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BELMAR, NJ — Plans for a sprawling mixed-use development that stretches for nearly three blocks from Main Street to the Shark River were unveiled last night to the Belmar Council. The seaport redevelopment project presented by Dobco Group calls for a hotel and conference center, three buildings ...

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LAKE COMO, NJ — The Lake Como Council has taken its first official step to determine whether the borough’s three-block business district is in need of redevelopment. To kick off the revitalization effort, the governing body on January 21 authorized the planning board to conduct a needs ...

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BELMAR, NJ — The Belmar Council has approved a revised redevelopment plan for the former Bank of America property, which is being called “a better fit” with the adjacent residential neighborhood along Ninth Avenue. Under the amended building standards included in the redevelopment zone, a ...

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BELMAR, NJ — New plans for a four-story apartment building on the former Bank of America site were unveiled last night before the Belmar Council, drawing a chorus of criticism from residents living in the adjacent Ninth Avenue neighborhood. As a result, the borough council held off a decision to ...

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BELMAR, NJ — A mixed-use redevelopment plan for the former Bank of America property on Main Street has been rejected by the planning board, maintaining it does not comply with the borough’s land-used master plan. The board has voted 5-4 not to recommend the plan to the borough council due ...

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BELMAR, NJ — Faced with the reality that Belmar’s aging municipal building will soon need to be repaired or replaced — both major undertakings — the borough is looking to private developers to see if they may have the answer. The borough will be accepting proposals on a nonbinding basis from ...

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