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Old Posted Jun 26, 2015, 9:44 AM
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No offense Nexis but all these projects are so depressing!Blame and cheap...I'll never figure out why you guys in the U.S. always try to mimic european styles.In beautiful California they spoil gorgeous sceneries with fugly faux Tuscan for exemple.I guess the developers make huge money as for a basic single house you got nothing cheaper than a million dollar!
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Old Posted Jul 19, 2015, 2:26 AM
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mini Asbury Park overview

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Old Posted Jul 23, 2015, 6:49 AM
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Some Sleepy Hollow Riverfront Redevelopment...


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Sleepy Hollow Riverfront Redevelopment
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Tarrytown Riverfront Redevelopment


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Old Posted Jul 24, 2015, 2:21 AM
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N.J. names 30th transit village, town calls designation 'tremendous'

By Jessica Mazzola | NJ Advance Media for NJ.com
on July 08, 2015 at 5:20 PM, updated July 08, 2015 at 5:22 PM

IRVINGTON — New Jersey has two more transit villages, bringing the state's grand total to 30, the Christie administration announced in a release Wednesday.

Park Ridge and Irvington have secured the state's "transit village" designation, an NJDOT-administered program that connects transit hubs across the state with experts and funding to redevelop the land surrounding them.

Those in Irvington say they are hopeful that the new designation will be the first step toward a revitalization.

"This is a tremendous designation for Irvington," said Wayne Bradley, the township's Director of Community Development. With the help of the designation, "we are trying to uplift (the area), create a real ambiance, and get Irvington to be a place."
Read More Here : http://www.nj.com/essex/index.ssf/20...designati.html
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Old Posted Jul 25, 2015, 8:24 AM
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Trackside Redevelopment in Highland Park,NJ


New Redevelopment in Highland Park,NJ
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New Redevelopment in Highland Park,NJ
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New Apartments in Downtown Rahway,NJ


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Old Posted Jul 25, 2015, 8:04 PM
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iStar’s Block by Block Redevelopment Picks up Speed

According the city’s redevelopment plan for the area it is envisioned to contain 3,164 residential units and close to 450,000 square feet of commercial space. The plan also calls for updating the utility infrastructure and improving public streetscapes.

Thus far we’ve seen iStar’s block-by-bock development of The Vive and the K. Hovnanian South Grand homes [shown at right], both with 28 units.

This past year construction of the Boutique Hotel at the former Salvation Army site that sat vacant since 2004 got underway and to help solve the city’s parking crisis, the redeveloper constructed three temporary parking lots and helped lay the foundation for the North Eats Food Truck Court.

But as construction of the 34-unit Monroe Condominiums project kicks off next month, all eyes will turn to the Esperanza.

The Esperanza was planned as a luxury condominium complex but construction stopped near the end of 2007 due to economic conditions.

“It’s time,” Cheripka said of plans to refurbish what many in the community call an eyesore.

He said only that more will be revealed in the upcoming weeks and months.


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Old Posted Jul 25, 2015, 10:56 PM
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great updates! Asbury park is looking fine.
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Old Posted Aug 10, 2015, 1:39 PM
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Trenton's catalyst: Developers share vision to transform former Roebling complex

By Cristina Rojas | For NJ.com
on August 05, 2015 at 2:55 PM, updated August 05, 2015 at 5:38 PM

The first phase, known as "Roebling Lofts," calls for transforming Building 101 into 138 lofts. In an effort to achieve a "gold" LEED rating, HHG will install energy-efficient features throughout the smoke-free building, including a green roof, solar panels, LED lighting, induction ranges and combination washer-condensing dryers.

The lofts will have wall-to-wall windows, high ceilings and a spiral staircase leading to the bedroom. The rents will be $1,300 for a one-bedroom and $1,150 for the 28 moderate-income units.

"This will be the epitome of cool," Henderson said.

The second phase, "Roebling Lofts II," would add another 52 lofts as well as restaurant and retail space to Building 104-5 and a new building.

The third phase will be known as "Roebling Works." Buildings 114, 110 and a new tower would be able to accommodate between 100,000 and 200,000 square feet of commercial space, restaurant space and a 949-space parking garage for residents, workers and visitors.


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Quote:
IStar unveils plans for 16 story tower on Esperanza site

By Michelle Gladden



Master waterfront redeveloper iStar Residential outlined its plans for a new 16 story high-rise at the former Esperanza site during Tuesday night’s Technical Review Committee [TRC] meeting.

“This obviously has been a long time coming,” said iStar Senior Vice President of Development Brian Cheripka. “We said all along that we were going to take our time and work our way up to this project…We strongly believe that now is the time to deliver this project to the community.”

Designed by Gary Handel of Handel Architects, headquartered in New York, the mixed use development on Ocean Avenue includes retail space, a boutique hotel, luxury condominiums and a three-story parking garage.
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Old Posted Sep 6, 2015, 9:00 AM
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Small Asbury Park Update

The former Salvation Army building is being renovated into a 110 room boutique hotel, the first one in 50 years, since the Empress.


A Hot September Morning in Asbury Park,NJ
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KHovnanian, the developer that is known for building McMansions all across New Jersey, is building 38 brick-fronted rowhouses on this site in Asbury Park.


A Hot September Morning in Asbury Park,NJ
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Development info from Brandon Nagle http://urbanismvsmodernism.blogspot....?view=magazine
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AvalonBay, Village of Great Neck agree to fire safety fixes



By Joe Nikic
Thursday, September 3, 2015

AvalonBay Communities will construct a more safe and fire-resistant apartment building at 240 East Shore Road amid concerns after a fire at an AvalonBay building in New Jersey earlier this year, according to a Village of Great Neck official.

Village of Great Neck officials asked for modifications to the code for the construction of the 191-unit apartment complex after an Edgewater, N.J., AvalonBay building burned down in January, displacing 500 residents, according to the village official who asked not to be identified.

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Village of Great Neck trustees gave AvalonBay Communities final site-plan approval in December 2014 to build the complex, which will consist of 81 one-bedroom units, 79 two-bedroom units and 31 three-bedroom units. Some 10 percent of the total apartments will be used for workforce housing.

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Construction of the apartments began on June 4 when AvalonBay broke ground at the 3.85 acre site, which had housed six above-ground petroleum tanks owned by Commander Oil. The tanks were demolished in March.

Edelson said the project is expected to be completed by winter 2017, weather permitting.

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Mini Updates

Highland Park,NJ

New Medium Density Housing


New High Density Development in Highland Park,NJ
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New High Density Development in Highland Park,NJ
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New Brunswick

RWJ Building...


Downtown New Brunswick,NJ
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New Dorms


Downtown New Brunswick,NJ
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Skyline from Highland Park,NJ


New Brunswick Skyline from Highland Park,NJ
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New Brunswick Skyline from Highland Park,NJ
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New Brunswick Skyline from Highland Park,NJ
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Metuchen

New Supermarket & High Density Mixed Use redevelopment


New Mixed Use redevelopment in Metuchen,NJ
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New Mixed Use redevelopment in Metuchen,NJ
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Orange

New High Density TOD


New Mixed use development in Orange,NJ
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New Mixed use development in Orange,NJ
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New Mixed use development in Orange,NJ
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Old Posted Sep 19, 2015, 3:09 AM
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Norwalk,CT Update

South Norwalk

Main Street



Main Street in South Norwalk,CT
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Main Street in South Norwalk,CT
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Downtown Norwalk

West Ave


Urban Renewal in Downtown Norwalk,CT
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Urban Renewal in Downtown Norwalk,CT
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Urban Renewal in Downtown Norwalk,CT
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Urban Renewal in Downtown Norwalk,CT
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Urban Renewal in Downtown Norwalk,CT
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Orchard Street


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Urban Renewal in Downtown Norwalk,CT
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Urban Renewal in Downtown Norwalk,CT
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Merwin Street


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Urban Renewal in Downtown Norwalk,CT
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Urban Renewal in Downtown Norwalk,CT
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Wall & Issac Streets


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New downtown Bridgeport construction planned


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Small Overview of Downtown Port Chester,NY


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East Port Chester,CT


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Recently completed Luxury apartments in Mineola,NY


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great updates! Asbury park is looking fine.
I remember as far back as '07 when I was overwhelmed by how much Asbury Park seemed to be coming back. Everywhere you looked there was construction and restorations. Shortly before then, I sensed A.P. as being unsafe even during the day. Since '07 it's been like a phoenix.
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Old Posted Mar 13, 2016, 10:19 PM
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I remember as far back as '07 when I was overwhelmed by how much Asbury Park seemed to be coming back. Everywhere you looked there was construction and restorations. Shortly before then, I sensed A.P. as being unsafe even during the day. It was like a phoenix.
Its still pretty dicey west of the tracks... That probably won't change for another 10 yrs...
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