Real Estate

July 28, 2021

WARREN, NJ — The public hearing on the Cawley Crossing Special Needs housing proposed for Mountain Avenue will continue on Aug. 23.  Objections were raised at Monday’s hearing that the applicant didn’t deliver proper notice, and in erring on the side of caution, the applicant agreed to ...

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NORTH PLAINFIELD, NJ -  The North Plainfield Planning Board meeting for Wednesday, July 28 has been canceled, it was announced on Monday.

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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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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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NEW JERSEY — In an effort to encourage the revitalization of vacant properties statewide, the New Jersey Economic Development Authority (NJEDA) will award 15 grants worth up to $50,000 each to eligible towns, counties, and redevelopment agencies. The NJEDA opened applications for its 21st ...

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WARREN, NJ -- Rainy skies didn’t dampen the excitement of the ribbon cutting for a new school in Warren. (video here) Joined by representatives of the Somerset County Business Partnership and Warren Township Chamber of Commerce, Apple Montessori Schools celebrated the grand opening in Warren ...

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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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Housing campaigners still predict surging evictions when Murphy’s moratorium ends, even after more help from Washington. Special to TAPinto.net. This story was written and produced by NJ Spotlight. It is being republished under a special NJ News Commons content-sharing agreement related to ...

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TRENTON, NJ — With the threat of foreclosures looming across the state and country because of the economic downturn, Governor Phil Murphy recently signed a new law that provides direct assistance to those faced with losing their home. The measure, sponsored by Senator Troy Singleton ...

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WARREN, NJ — No decision was made on Maddy Realty LLC’s application to build a hotel on the grounds of the Stone House Restaurant in Warren at the last meeting of the Warren Board of Adjustment. The hearing will continue on April 5.  Maddy Realty LLC has filed for two zoning variances, for use ...

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WARREN, NJ - The Warren Township Board of Adjustment will be hearing a variance request regarding Rica Properties plans to build a storage facility at 51 Mt. Bethel Road. All related documents can be found ...

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SOMERVILLE, NJ - Construction crews have begun to rebuild a four-story apartment building alongside the Raritan Valley NJTRANSIT railroad tracks that was destroyed by a multiple-alarm fire in August. Following demolition of the gutted Somerville Parc II Luxury Apartments in the months following ...

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NEW JERSEY – United Van Lines has released the company’s 44th Annual National Migration Study, revealing in 2020, Americans continued to move westbound and southbound – and the COVID-19 pandemic factored into and accelerated many of those decisions to move. According to the study, which tracks ...

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S0MERVILLE, NJ - Somerset Development has sold a 15-acre tract adjacent to the NJ TRANSIT Raritan Valley Line and Somerville train station which will transformed as part of the larger Somerset Station mixed-use transit village, the largest redevelopment project in the borough's history. The ...

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CLARK, NJ – A brown house with lots of glass panels, hidden in overgrowth for years, situated across from Manny’s Diner on Raritan Road, was recently demolished and will soon be replaced by apartments. In the 1950s, the house was home to Jules and John Madey, two brothers who grew up spending ...

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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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WARREN, NJ - After a few delays, the application for a hotel at at The Stone House at Stirling Ridge will be heard virtually on Monday night. Details are: Warren Township Board of Adjustment Meeting Time: Dec. 7 at  7 PM  Join Zoom Meeting ...

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WARREN, NJ - The Warren Board of Adjustment Hearing on the proposed Stone House Hotel has been postponed again.  The Board of Adjustment of Warren Township will not be considering the application of Maddy Realty, LLC for a proposed hotel at 50 Stirling Road, Block 212/Lot 20.01 (Case No.

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SCOTCH PLAINS, NJ -- Steve Pantagis, who described himself as the director of the Pantagis corporation, contacted TAPintoSPF on Tuesday to confirm that, despite the assertions of Nick Pantagis last week, the iconic Snuffy's Pantagis Renaissance catering hall has closed its doors forever.  "I'm ...

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NEWTON, NJ - Superior Court Judge Michael C. Gaus approved of Chatham Township's amended plan to put 62 affordable housing units at 522 Southern Boulevard, the site of the now-closed Charlie Brown's, in the completion of a fairness hearing held Thursday morning. The virtual meeting was conducted ...

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UPDATE: The WARREN TOWNSHIP ZONING BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT, in conjunction with applicant MADDY REALTY, LLC, have made the decision that Case No BA 19-07, regarding Block 212 Lot 20.01 also known as 50 Stirling Road case will not be heard Monday September 21, 2020. This case will carry to the next ...

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WARREN, NJ - A public hearing is scheduled at the regular meeting of the Warren Township Board of Adjustment to discuss plans to build a 48 room hotel with underground parking on the grounds of the Stone House Restaurant on Stirling Road. Maddy Realty LLC has filed for two zoning variances, for ...

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SOMERVILLE, NJ - Investigators from local, county and state agencies were on site Saturday combing through the ruins of the 200 Parcview Apartments looking for the cause of Friday's multi-alarm fire at the four-story structure. As investigators worked inside the shell of the building, ...

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WARREN, NJ - A decision on the fate of the site of the former King George Inn has been delayed until September. Unanimously citing a need for more information, the Warren Township Committee voted at its last meeting to table the ordinance to adopt a redevelopment plan allowing a daycare center on ...

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NEW JERSEY — Seeking to extend COVID-19 relief to New Jersey landlords, who have had to reckon with a moratorium on evictions since April, Gov. Phil Murphy announced a $25 million grant program Friday. According to state officials, one of three renters in the Garden State lives in 3 to10 unit ...

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