Metro Rahway project moving along

West Cherry and Campbell

With a completion timeline of later this summer, Metro Rahway continues to rise along Campbell Street with the work on the West Cherry Street side reaching the third story.

The 116-unit apartment complex being built at the former A&M Supply site will include 62 two-bedroom units and 52 one-bedroom units in four floors of living space above one level of parking, with 120 spaces and another 18 on-street spaces.

Elm and Campbell

The A&M Supply building was demolished in June and Metro Rahway got under way later in the year. The project received a 15-year Payment In Lieu Of Taxes (PILOT), approved by the City Council last year, details of which can be found here.

2 thoughts on “Metro Rahway project moving along”

  1. Thank you for all you do to keep us abreast of what’s going on in Rahway’s development! Interesting to see so many luxury and high-end apartments being built. Do you know if Rahway doing anything to comply with Mt. Laurel obligations/build affordable housing?

  2. Thanks Krystyna,

    If memory serves, I’m pretty sure Rahway has met most/all of its mandated share of affordable housing over the years, mainly through the Housing Authority, which runs several facilities, including Capobianco Plaza and the Clifford Case Apts on West Milton Avenue.

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