A tax appeal settlement with the previous owner of Carriage City Plaza’s hotel and commercial space totaled a refunded of almost $116,000, representing about a 17-percent reduction on property taxes for 2013 through 2016.
How walkable is Rahway? According to Walk Score, it’s more walkable than most cities in New Jersey.
A 45-unit apartment complex is rising along East Cherry Street, reaching the third story of a planned five-story development.
City Council will consider an ordinance to limit smoke shops, tobacco stores, hookah lounges and cigar bars within commercial districts.
Almost 1,500 new residential units have been constructed in Rahway over the last 15 years, including more than 1,000 downtown, with another 1,000-plus in the works — either approved and not yet begun or presented as a concept plan.
The condition and maintenance of local railroad underpasses was brought to the attention of City Council last week.
The hotel and commercial space on the first four floors of Sky View at Carriage City Plaza sold for $5 million early this year.
The 58-unit affordable housing development under construction behind the former Elizabethtown Gas building on Central Avenue is taking shape, recently topping out at four stories.