Real Estate

July 22, 2021

WATCHUNG, NJ — The Watchung Borough Planning Board at its last meeting granted preliminary site plan approval to the Learning Experience daycare center proposed for Union Avenue.  Hearings on the proposal for an approximately 10,700 square-foot daycare center across from the Weldon Quarry on New ...

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WATCHUNG, NJ — The Watchung Borough Planning Board at its last meeting heard new testimony from a new builder on a proposal to build 230 apartments, a clubhouse, and a swimming pool on Bonnie Burn Road. The plan includes 46 affordable units as part of Watchung’s affordable housing plan approved in ...

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UNION COUNTY, NJ — Union County will be launching an Emergency Rental Assistance Program (ERAP) to help residents that have been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. The program can provide eligible applicants up to 12 months of assistance for unpaid back rent, as well as gas and electric utility ...

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CHATHAM, NJ -- Chatham Borough Mayor Thaddeus Kobylarz announced that discussions have been ongoing since January with the Kushner Real Estate Group for a scaled-down version of the Post Office Plaza Redevelopment at Monday's virtual meeting of the Borough of Chatham Council. In related news, ...

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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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BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - The Township is listed as the 21st best place to live in New Jersey by Niche.  The data published on the website gives Berkeley Heights an A+ as its overall ranking.  Other categories and their grades include: Public Schools - A+ Crime and Safety - B Housing - ...

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BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - TAPinto Berkeley Heights continues our "Catch up with Mayor Angie Devanney" series. In this week's edition, Mayor Angie Devanney provides an update on redevelopment projects. We will touch upon the "six primary projects that people care about or want an update on," said ...

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NEW PROVIDENCE, NJ – Ryder Way resident Ann Marie Zoufaly attended the Tuesday, Feb. 23 virtual council meeting to voice her neighborhood’s concern regarding the latest construction plan to expand the Lantern Hill complex. She explained that the group of neighbors had penned a letter with over 100 ...

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BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ — The Township came a step closer to creating a Seniors Affairs Committee after the council voted to introduce an ordinance that would establish the permanent committee.  According to the language of the ordinance, the new committee is designed to “provide information to the ...

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WARREN, NJ - The application for a hotel at The Stone House at Stirling Ridge will now be heard on March 1, 2021, after it was postponed again at the Monday Dec. 7 meeting. Neighboring residents have retained Rob Simon of Herold Law in Warren, and Jay Bohn, the attorney representing Maddy ...

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BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ — Who said zoning ordinances can’t lead to some fun? For the Berkeley Heights Town Council, the introduction of an updated mixed-use zoning ordinance during the Nov. 23 meeting creates new zoning bylaws at Connell Park and the various development sites within the expansive ...

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BERKELEY HEIGHTS — The Town Council will vote on passing two resolutions connected to the Stratton House redevelopment plan located at the former Kings Shopping Center in downtown Berkeley Heights during the Nov. 23 meeting. The project, located at 434 Springfield Avenue, is for a 211-unit ...

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BERKELEY HEIGHTS — Just a week after an update was given on the Westside Drainage Project residents, council members and the mayor continued to react to the storm drainage problem in town. The topic was spurred when resident Thomas Lenahan spoke about the Westside Drainage Study during the ...

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