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Home Teardowns a Common Part of Real Estate Expansion Cycle

August 6, 2018

WESTFIELD, NJ  — It is something that has happened to many who live in suburban communities with increasing frequency over the last decade: You're driving around a familiar neighborhood when all of a sudden you notice something that always was there is not there anymore. That quaint, cozy home down the street or around the corner is now gone, replaced by a massive hole in the ...

Plainfield Moving on Historic District Expansion

PLAINFIELD, NJ - Plainfield’s Historic Preservation Commission may vote approval in August to expand two historic districts.

Commissioners have met with property owners in the Van Wyck Brooks and Netherwood Heights districts and held a town meeting to explain the proposed expansions. At its Aug. 28 meeting, the HPC expects to vote on the expansions. Vice-Chairman Lawrence T.

Welcome to Sleepy Hollow Historic Plainfield!

PLAINFIELD, NJ - Drive along Woodland Avenue towards Watchung Avenue and you will notice a 12 foot black metal pole sign adorned with the words “Sleepy Hollow Historic Plainfield” in gold lettering above a majestic buck. Two years after a handful of Friends of Sleepy Hollow (FOSH) members approached the City Council and the various Boards with their idea, it has come to fruition and ...

Concerned Residents turn out for 1st Muhlenberg Project Community Meeting

PLAINFIELD, NJ - Over 40 residents turned out for the first community meeting hosted by the City of Plainfield and Community Healthcare Associates (CHA) the new owners of the former Muhlenberg Hospital site which closed earlier this month.  Glenn Domenick, VP of Development for CHA Partners and Valerie Jackson, City of Plainfield’s Economic Development Director lead the question and ...

Plainfield Zoning Board Wants Traffic Study at Armory Site

PLAINFIELD, NJ - Traffic and parking loomed as concerns Wednesday when Plainfield’s Zoning Board discussed an expansion of programs at the former Armory building.

HOPES CAP Inc. sought approvals to increase the number of Early Head Start children and staff at the site, from 270 to 362 students and from 76 to 95 employees. Architect Adrian Melia described changes to the interior ...

Plainfield Head Start Program Seeks Expansion Approvals

Plans to open a Head Start program in the former Plainfield Armory date back several years, but now the provider is asking Zoning Board approval to expand.

According to a legal notice, HOPES CAP Inc. wants to expand an Early Head Start School from 20 classrooms, 270 children and 76 staff members to 26 classrooms, 362 children and 95 staff members on the former Armory site at East Seventh ...

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