hasbrouck-heights-slash-wood-ridge-slash-teterboro

Real Estate

August 6, 2022

HASBROUCK HEIGHTS, NJ -  The Hasbrouck Heights Land Use Board listened to testimony for nearly two hours as the applicant for the property at 163-167 Kipp Avenue, the former Kathy Dunn Pre-School site, asked for multiple variances for a new proposal for the site.   The applicant, who has razed ...

Read more »

HASBROUCK HEIGHTS, NJ -  The Hasbrouck Heights Land Use Board approved the resolution for a driveway expansion and heard testimony from the applicant for 163-167 Kipp Avenue/the former Kathy Dunn site on Wednesday night in the Council Chambers at the Hasbrouck Heights Municipal Building. The ...

Read more »

HASBROUCK HEIGHTS, NJ – Two applications that were held over from the Hasbrouck Heights Land Use Board meeting on July 6 have been withdrawn and will not be heard in August, according to the draft agenda of the Hasbrouck Heights Land Use Board. Those two applications were the application from ...

Read more »

HASBROUCK HEIGHTS, NJ – During the discussion of Three Buildings LLC application to change the site plan to allow egress from an emergency exit only, the company was represented by John Forlenca.   Forlenca represented himself as a member of the management group.  During his statements, Forlenca ...

Read more »

WOOD-RIDGE, NJ – The application by the Transformation Life Church was carried forward to the August 2, 2022 meeting of the Wood-Ridge Land-Use Board it was announced at Tuesday’s meeting.  There was no new business scheduled for the meeting. The Board approved the minutes of the June 14 meeting ...

Read more »

(Part 2 of coverage of the July Hasbrouck Heights Zoning Board) HASBROUCK HEIGHTS, NJ -  Traffic engineer Hal Simoff was the second witness to give his expert testimony to the Hasbrouck Heights Land Use Board on July 6th.   Simoff is a licensed traffic engineer and has testified as both a ...

Read more »

HASBROUCK HEIGHTS, NJ – When it came time for the Hasbrouck Heights Land Use Board to hear the application of Three Buildings LLC (Route 17 shopping center) members of the community who attended the meeting had pretty much made their minds up before the application started. Residents wanted nothing ...

Read more »

HASBROUCK HEIGHTS, NJ – It was a full house for the meeting of Hasbrouck Heights Land Use Board, as residents turned out to ask questions and voice concerns over two controversial applications in front of the board.  Three and a half hours later, they left with no answers on either ...

Read more »

WOOD-RIDGE, NJ - The Wood-Ridge Land Use Board approved an application for an arts and crafts workshop to open in retail spot on Valley Boulevard at is June meeting. The board unanimously voted to approve the application of Creative Me Workshop to take the spot at 219 Valley Boulevard. The ...

Read more »

WOOD-RIDGE, NJ - After over an hour of testimony, the application of Transformation Life Church was again carried forward during  the June 15th Wood-Ridge Land Use Board meeting. Transformation Life Church (TLC)  is seeking an expansion of non-conforming use variance for its preschool program ...

Read more »

HASBROUCK HEIGHTS, NJ – The Hasbrouck Heights Land Use Board memorialized two resolutions approved at the May 4, 2022, meeting, while listening to two applications at the June 1 meeting in Hasbrouck Heights Council Chambers. The resolutions for the property owners of 34 Division Street and 55 ...

Read more »

HASBROUCK HEIGHTS, NJ – Hasbrouck Heights has been named the third-Safest City in New Jersey for 2022 by Safewise. Hasbrouck Heights vaulted into the third spot after being ranked 46th in New Jersey in 2021. Hasbrouck was also given the eighth place ranking for the Top 100 safest towns in ...

Read more »

HASBROUCK HEIGHTS, NJ - The Hasbrouck Heights Land Use Board memorialized approval of a resolution granting three variances to a Bell Avenue homeowner at April 6 Hasbrouck Heights Land Use Board meeting.  The variances were for pre-existing conditions that already had variances, but had to be ...

Read more »

WOOD-RIDGE, NJ – An application to increase the enrollment of students at Wood-Ridge’s Transformation Life Church daycare/pre-school was carried over to the May 3 meeting by the Wood-Ridge Land Use Board at Tuesday evening’s meeting. The Church is seeking to increase its maximum enrollment from ...

Read more »

TRENTON, NJ — Senior citizens would not lose their property tax benefits if they downsize or relocate within New Jersey under a law proposed by Assemblyman Daniel Benson (D-Mercer/Middlesex).  The measure, which recently passed the Assembly State and Local Government Committee, revised ...

Read more »

HASBROUCK HEIGHTS, NJ - Engineer Guy Lagomarsino was the second expert called to testify in front of the Hasbrouck Heights Land Use Board on March 2 concerning the application for 163-167 Kipp Avenue, formerly the Kathy Dunn property. Lagomarsino testified concerning the plans for handling ...

Read more »

HASBROUCK HEIGHTS, NJ -  The plan for re-development of the property at 163-167 Kipp Avenue, formerly known as the Kathy Dunn School, was heard for a third time in front of the Hasbrouck Heights Land Use Board on Wednesday evening.    After close to two full hours of testimony and questions from ...

Read more »

JERSEY CITY, NJ — Hudson County is among the most popular places for New Yorkers looking to relocate, a newly-released survey found. While 90% of those who moved out of the Big Apple stayed in New York, the majority of those who opted to leave the state altogether set their sights nearby — just ...

Read more »

NEW JERSEY -- When it comes to year-over-year gains and losses in the housing market, 2021 was one for the record books. The National Association of Realtors reports existing home sales are on pace to hit their highest level in 15 years, with an estimated 6 million homes sold in 2021. In New ...

Read more »

NEW JERSEY -- The reasons people choose to move include career transitions, better schools, financial challenges or just a change in setting. Wants and needs don’t always align in a particular state, though. For instance, a state might offer a low income-tax rate but have a subpar education system.

Read more »