RED BANK, NJ: The Red Bank Zoning Board will hold an online meeting Thursday, April 1, 6:30pm.

Four applications are on the agenda:

  • Denholtz Associates is proposing to build a 4-story building with ten, 2-bedroom units off of West Front Street and Iceboat Club Way (formerly Boat Club Court). The cleared lot is behind 16 and 22 W. Front Street. Included is an at-grade parking garage containing 26 spaces. The property sits on a hill directly across the street from the Monmouth Boat Club and the North Shrewsbury Iceboat & Yacht Club. K. Hovnanian had previously received approval back in 2007 to build a 6-story building with 15 residential units and a 2-level parking garage.  The project was never built and the approvals lapsed.

 

  • Warren Diamond is proposing to consolidate 5 lots at 273 Shrewsbury Avenue where it intersects with Drs. James Parker Blvd.  Proposed is the demolishment of the existing structure and construct a 3-story mixed-use building with below grade parking and 16 residential units.  To see the plans for the parking and layout of the apartments, click HERE. To review the site plan, click HERE

 

  • JN Ventures proposes to build a second story cantilevered structure so that a second bedroom could be added at 87 Washington Street.  The house sustained damage from a previous fire and is within the Red Bank Historic District.  To review the site plan, click HERE

 

  • Stephen and Melissa Houck are going before the board for a second time to create a new lot to build a house at 70 Locust Avenue.  The board asked that they return and submit a drainage and landscaping plan. The riverfront property is located up the street from the Bellhaven Nature area and next to the Bellhaven Commons townhouse development. An existing four-family house sits on the property and the plans calls for creating a new 43-by 100-foot lot and a new house built in front of the multifamily home. The application was initially denied because the property presently exceeds the permitted density and would require a variance.  To see the existing and proposed survey plans, click HERE.

To read the entire agenda, click HERE.

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