City Council will consider a measure that would prohibit convenience retail and restaurants from the downtown block bounded by Campbell Street, Elm Avenue and Irving Street.
Two of the largest property sales downtown have occurred in the past year (Center Circle and Watt Hotel) but it would seem there’s an uptick in the number of sales of downtown properties, large and small, in the past two years. Continue reading Uptick in downtown property transactions?
A little behind schedule on this but here’s a rundown of some comings and goings around town on the retail front during the fourth quarter of 2015:
A concept plan for a 44-unit, five-story building on East Cherry Street could come before the Planning Board at its meeting later this month.
At least 30 homes have been identified for acquisition by the state for flood control efforts along the Rahway River watershed.
There are more than 300 residential properties on the city’s foreclosure registry, as of Sept. 1, including almost 100 vacant properties.
The Redevelopment Agency this month designated a redeveloper for a proposed 75-unit mixed-used project downtown.