Real Estate

Holmdel Township Committee Unites in Opposition to 130,000 Square Foot Shopping Center Plan

Major Development Planned for Route 35 Credits: Developer Photo
Major Shopping Complex Planned On Route 35 Credits: Developer Photo

HOLMDEL, N.J. -  The Holmdel Township Committee issued a Press Release on the 130,000 Square Foot Shopping Plaza.

According to the Press Release:

The Mayor and Township Committee have no knowledge of this proposed development, and as such can certainly not endorse this project. Additionally, there are no applications pending on either the Planning or Zoning Boards, from Zenith Realty Advisors or the Goldberg Group, who are represented as the developers of this property. Mayor Greg Buontempo states,  “Myself and the Township Committee value the bucolic nature of our community. While we understand that development is inevitable, we will continue to strive to allow development that will be an appropriate fit and not affect the quality of life for our residents. We have no knowledge of this proposed project, and certainly do not support or endorse what has been described in the media. We look forward to meeting with the developer to discuss their concept.” 

click here for press release: 

The Route 35 Overlay Zone Ordinance that allows shopping centers and other uses was approved by the Holmdel Township Committee in 2013. You can view the map here:

Sign Up for E-News

The project described by The Asbury Park Press, Patch and TAPinto Holmdel & Colts Neck shows that major changes are underway by the Village Grande and Meadowood homes at the corner of Route 35 and Union Avenue. It has been a relatively quiet professional office area, coupled with adjoining farm stands, for decades.

The attached photos illustrate the footprint of the 30 acre property.

You can link to the real estate listing here:

TAP Into Another Town's News:

You May Also Be Interested In

Sign Up for E-News

Holmdel & Colts Neck

The Doctor is In: March is National Colon Cancer Awareness Month

March 7, 2018

March is National Colon Awareness Month, by Dr. Brendan J. Mulholland

Colorectal cancer is a major public health problem that cannot be ignored. National Colon Cancer Awareness Month provides a time to get the word out that colorectal cancer is preventable, treatable and beatable.  The good news is that we have been making progress and we have the means to tackle this problem through ...

JCP&L Preparing for Third Nor’easter that Could Impact Region

March 20, 2018

Jersey Central Power & Light (JCP&L) is preparing for the third nor’easter to hit the region in the past two weeks that could produce more than a foot of heavy, wet snow and the potential for wind gusts up to 45 mph in its northern and central New Jersey service areas beginning early Wednesday. 

JCP&L personnel have implemented storm and staffing plans and are prepared ...

Holmdel High School Project Graduation: Business Sponsorships Needed

HOLMDEL, N.J. - Holmdel High School Project Graduation has been a tradition for our seniors for over 25 years, and we are hoping that you will consider contributing to this important annual event.

The first 'Project Graduation' began in Maine in 1979. Seven students from one high school lost their lives after their graduation ceremony as a result of driving while intoxicated.

In an ...

Holmdel Recreation Needs Assessment

HOLMDEL, N.J. - March 16, 2018 On March 13 th  the Recreation Needs Assessment Township Committee Meeting. Township  wide survey, public open houses,  report was presented by T & M Associates at  This report, which has been  and stakeholder a culmination of data gathering, a  the interviews, can be found on the Township website, Mayor ...

Lucas Warren, Gerber's Baby of the Year, Celebrates with the World Today

March 21, 2018

Today is World Down Syndrome Day in Monmouth County and around the world.

The incredible friends, neighbors, family members and community builders with Down syndrome are celebrated in March for a reason. 

It is a day that celebrates the inclusion, diversity and well being of people with Down syndrome. According to World Down Syndrome Day (WDSD), 21 March, is a ...


Sep 1, 1941 - Mar 13, 2018
Barbara A. Higgins, 76, Hazlet, passed away peacefully, Tuesday, March 13, 2018. Barbara was ...
Read more
- Mar 11, 2018
R. Bruce Phillips (79), retired Chief of Police, Holmdel Township Police Department, passed away ...
Read more