The 50-unit development on St. Georges Avenue has taken shape over the past month, adding the third floor and some curbing within the complex.
Jim Sisto, president of Westfield-based Sisto Realty, said this past summer that he expected 80 percent of the facility to be complete by October and operational by 2011.
Of the 50 units, 37 will be two-bedroom units, 13 one-bedroom, and all rental apartments.
The Zoning Board of Adjustment gave approval in 2004, after denying a 60-unit project at the 5-acre site that ended up in court.
Interesting story from The Star-Ledger/nj.com last week about small-town movie houses struggling to stay afloat.