When completed, years of planning will result in new housing, retail, parking and a public piazza in Metuchen’s center.
Welcome to the summer installment of “What We Are Reading.” Here we present transit-oriented development news of note here in New Jersey and in the nation.
Redevelopment of a former industrial in site in Wood-Ridge as a transit-oriented development near the new Wesmont station is making progress.
In May 2010, The Avenue at South Orange officially opened to the public.
When completed in mid-2012, the Gateway will combine residential, commercial and educational uses, and provide additional parking in the downtown.
The first phase of a mixed-use transit-oriented development community in Bordentown will likely begin this year.
Work has finally begun on the redevelopment of a former supermarket site in Metuchen.
The township of Cranford has been focusing on downtown issues for over two decades since it gained the downtown Special Improvement District.
Among Orange’s assets is the city’s two rail stations located one mile apart on the Morris & Essex Line, Brick Church and East Orange.
The city of Bayonne has added its Hudson-Bergen Light Rail Line station at 22nd Street to its transit-oriented planning efforts.