Original concept plans to construct an addition onto an existing East Cherry Street property aren’t likely to happen and instead a new round of changes are expected to a project that initially proposed 43 units.
Continue reading Designs of Tamarand project still in flux
The developer of a 45-unit project aims to begin demolition of existing buildings along East Cherry Street by next month to allow construction to begin before winter.
Continue reading Demolition on E. Cherry targeted for next month
The Redevelopment Agency has formally asked City Council to authorize a preliminary study to determine whether there are areas of the city that may be in need of redevelopment.
Continue reading Agency requests redevelopment study
Work on Rahway’s very own local micobrewery is coming along and Wet Ticket Brewing aims to open as early as next month.
Continue reading Coming soon — Wet Ticket Brewing
A garden apartment complex adjacent to the Wheatena section of Rahway River Park won a tax appeal equal to about 13 percent of its tax bill for 2012.
Continue reading Riverside Gardens wins tax appeal for 2012
Meridia Lafayette, the 115-unit complex at the corner of Main and Monroe streets, is expected to be completed by November with leasing possible as soon as the end of the year. Continue reading Meridia Lafayette nears completion
City Council last night tabled three ordinances related to a new 20-year water lease agreement for the city’s water treatment plan, pending review and approval by the state Local Finance Board.
Continue reading Council tables water deal until state review