Renaissance project taking shape

Another month, another milestone for Renaissance at Rahway on East Grand Avenue.

After breaking ground last fall, the 88-unit complex continues to make progress. The image at left was taken last week.


Rahway plans to install public art downtown, including sculptures and murals, among other things, so I thought this recent story about public art in and around Summit might be relevant.


A little late on posting this but: Landmark at Rahway, LLC, the developer of Park Square on Irving Street was fined $85,000 by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for stormwater pollution issues from 2008 and 2009 that have since been corrected.