A concept plan presented to the Redevelopment Agency last week proposed a two-building, 174-unit rental complex that would reconfigure on-street parking across the river from downtown.
The 100-year-old VFW Post 681 building on Campbell Street will be demolished for more parking for the Gateway YMCA-Rahway Branch.
The Planning Board gave the green light for a five-story, 219-unit rental apartment complex to be constructed on Main Street adjacent to City Hall Plaza, SDI Technologies and Rahway Plaza Apartments.
The Planning Board unanimously approved a minor site plan and variances that will allow improvements to the exterior of a St. Georges Avenue building and reconfigure its parking area.
A dispute over downtown parking should be officially settled by next month, which could pave the way for groundbreaking on the 208-unit Main & Monroe project as early as this year. Continue reading Parking dispute nears final settlement
The Planning Board, last week gave final site plan approval to a 58-unit affordable artist housing complex.
A series of property sales and lease-backs should settle a dispute over parking that will allow a new development to go forward. Continue reading Dispute over parking nears settlement
City Council will vote on an ordinance next week that would allow the Parking Authority to use part of Bridge Street, which could be used to help settle a parking dispute that’s potentially holding up the next downtown project.