Development

May 10, 2021

BELMAR, NJ — More than 600 people have signed a petition objecting to plans for a major redevelopment project that spans a one-block area of prime real estate along Route 35 in Belmar. Formally presented to the Belmar Council at its May 4 meeting, the petition calls on the governing body to ...

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‘The Mediterranean’ Boasts 246 Apartments, 487 Parking Spaces, 2 Eateries, Retail Space for Foot of Shark River Bridge BELMAR, NJ — Two five-story apartment buildings, underground parking garages and a waterfront restaurant with rooftop dining highlight a development plan for a prime location on ...

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BELMAR, NJ — The Belmar Council has changed former Public Works director Michael Campbell Sr.’s designation on the Planning Board — from a Class IV citizen member to a Class I member, serving as Mayor Mark Walsifer’s designee. In addition, Planning Board member William Lindsay’s classification ...

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BELMAR, NJ — The two boards that preside over land-use applications in Belmar have sworn in their 2021 members to returning or new terms and made leadership appointments for the year. Taking the oath of office for the Planning Board during a January 25 virtual meeting were Councilman Thomas ...

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Long-term slowdown in land development could be derailed by exodus to suburbs. This story was written and produced by NJ Spotlight. It is being republished under a special NJ News Commons content-sharing agreement related to COVID-19 coverage. To read more, visit njspotlight.com. New data ...

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BELMAR, NJ — A four-story apartment building with an interior parking level and ground-floor commercial space will soon occupy the former Bank of America property on the corner of Main Street and Ninth Avenue in Belmar. The planning board on August 17 unanimously approved the site plan ...

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BELMAR, NJ — Plans to build three single-family homes on the Seventh Avenue property currently occupied by the vacant First United Methodist Church complex have been approved by the Belmar Planning Board. What will remain is the church’s former rectory located around the corner on D Street, ...

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