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Center Circle seeks repairs after project

Owners of The Center Circle have requested that the Redevelopment Agency repair the rear parking lot and access way after they claim it was damaged as a result of construction and materials related to the adjacent Meridia Water’s Edge project.
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Tenant activity pushing library to new limits

Hailed as an historic public-private partnership when it was built 10 years ago, Rahway’s three-story public library facility finally has tenants for its long-vacant office space. All the new activity is creating new issues at the complex.

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Redevelopment Agency budget adopted

The Redevelopment Agency approved a 2014 budget at its April 2 meeting, with revenues of $1.45 million and appropriations of $1.225 million. The agency introduced the budget in November but was awaiting state review. Continue reading Redevelopment Agency budget adopted

Office center settles for 25% tax appeal reduction

Due to “popular demand,” our “Tax appeal week” posts have been extended into another week. OK, the real reason is I couldn’t get it done last week.

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Water’s Edge to begin leasing by December

Meridia Water’s Edge, a 108-unit rental complex that broke ground last year behind the library and Center Circle facility, is expected to be completed in the coming weeks.

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Proposal would put 250 units on Center Circle site

Three, five-story buildings containing almost 250 rental apartments would replace The Center Circle and reconfigure parking and access around City Hall Plaza, according to a concept plan presented to the Redevelopment Agency last week.

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