Redevelopment

February 6, 2020

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ – The five-person City Council has taken the first formal step in a sweeping plan to build a world-class cancer facility and a state-of-the-art school in the city. Council President John Anderson, Vice President Suzanne Sicora-Ludwig and Councilmembers Kevin Egan, Glenn Fleming ...

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NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - A developer seeking to convert a gas station and auto repair center on Easton Avenue into a gas station/convenience store has asked to have the ongoing application carried to the Zoning Board meeting in February. Representatives for Universal Property Services did not attend ...

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NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - A developer is moving forward with plans to raze seven homes and the Sixth Ward Service Center and construct a five-story, 94-unit apartment building in the northwest part of the city. Recon Services LLC received bulk and use variances at the Zoning Board meeting on ...

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NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - Construction resumed at the site of the future New Brunswick Performing Arts Center, one day after a labor dispute halted work on the $172 million project. Workers in hard hats scurried about and the sound of drills and hammers filled the air on Livingston Avenue on ...

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NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - Twice the New Brunswick Parking Authority has tried to bring in supermarkets into downtown New Brunswick, on Kirkpatrick Street. And twice, they wilted and died like week-old lettuce. Now, TAPinto New Brunswick has learned the New Brunswick Parking Authority, which oversees ...

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NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - Rutgers is selling a portion of Camp Kilmer, a large swath of land with a storied past that the school purchased in the 1960s. The university's Board of Governors passed a resolution at its meeting on Wednesday to allow the sale of the land to move forward. According to ...

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NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - SuperFresh abruptly shut its doors over the weekend, marking yet another setback in the Parking Authority's attempts to install a supermarket on the bottom floor of the parking deck on Kirkpatrick Street. The owners of the supermarket, who rent the space from the Parking ...

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