Hamilton Laundry. A&M Industrial Supply. Wheatena. Not exactly historic architectural gems but they are just some of the buildings that no longer grace the landscape in Rahway and RahwayRising.com is one of the few — if only — places you can find them. Continue reading 10 years of RahwayRising.com
A 10-unit apartment complex that was almost a decade in the making after Zoning Board rejections has quickly taken shape over the last several months.
There’s been some activity in recent weeks at the former Koza’s Bar site on West Scott Avenue. Continue reading Recent activity at former Koza’s Bar site
The Zoning Board of Adjustment last night approved an application that will allow construction of a two-story, 10-unit rental complex at the former Koza’s Bar site.
A smaller plan for the former Koza’s Bar site will come before the Zoning Board next month, the fourth proposal in six years for the West Scott Avenue site (map).
The Zoning Board of Adjustment last night denied an application seeking three use variances to build a three-story, 12-unit apartment building on the site of the former Koza’s Bar on West Scott Avenue.
Five years after a plan to build nine condominium units was approved for the former Koza’s Bar property, a new proposal seeks to construct 12 rental apartments. The Zoning Board of Adjustment is scheduled to hear the new application at its meeting Monday at 7 p.m.
Demolition of Koza’s Bar started on Monday, two years after an initial proposal to build 12 units at the site was rejected.
The developer returned to the Zoning Board in October 2008 with a revised plan for nine units in a two-story structure at the West Scott Avenue site, which is about 0.88 acres. Final site plan approval was granted early this year and demolition was expected in the spring.
At that time, the developer hoped to put them on the market for about $350,000 but did not rule out renting the condos until the real estate market improves. The three-bedroom units will be about 1,600 square feet.
Thanks to reader Christine who tipped me off via the Rahway Rising Facebook page when demolition began on Monday.