Two restaurants and two clothing boutiques were among the retail and commercial turnover in the third quarter of 2015.
Continue reading Retail, commercial comings & goings for Q3
City Council approved tax appeals for four commercial properties totaling almost $64,000 across a number of tax years.
Continue reading Four commercial tax appeals approved
The city will sell an East Cherry property to the Parking Authority as part of plans related to two downtown developments, as well as the extension of Monroe Street.
Continue reading City to ‘sell’ building to Parking Authority
A revised concept plan for several East Cherry Street properties now features 44 units in a new five-story building. The new plan also now includes parking spaces on the ground floor along with a smaller retail space.
Continue reading Revised East Cherry Street concept presented
Everyone loves pizza, which is probably why we’ve done an annual favorite pizza poll on the site. Although there’s been one consistent winner in our Rahway poll, it is interesting to see the changes in results each year.
Continue reading Poll results: Favorite Rahway pizza place
The tax assessment for Meridia Water’s Edge is more than $8 million, 20 percent higher than what I estimated a few years ago before construction began. That means the disparity in would-be property taxes versus the Payment In Lieu Of Taxes (PILOT) is even wider than I originally projected.
Continue reading Revisting recent PILOTs