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Garwood – Moving from Industry to TOD

A former industrial city, Garwood is trying to outgrow that past by redeveloping old industrial sites near its NJ Transit station and bus service.

Wesmont Station Picks up the Pace

Redevelopment of a former industrial in site in Wood-Ridge as a transit-oriented development near the new Wesmont station is making progress.

Newark TOD: Capitalizing on Historic Assets

Located only 8 miles from Manhattan, Newark enjoys a number of distinct advantages that makes it an obvious case for transit-oriented development.

Bordentown Waterfront Community

Bordentown Waterfront Community Master Plan

The first phase of a mixed-use transit-oriented development community in Bordentown will likely begin this year.

Somerville Landfill Project Receives Boost

Somerville Landfill

In October, Somerville’s development plans for its former landfill received a boost when it was designated as a Brownfield Development Area.

First Residences Completed at The Peninsula at Bayonne Harbor

Alexan CityView

The first redevelopment project at The Peninsula at Bayonne Harbor has been completed at the 430-acre, two-mile long stretch of land.

New Montclair TOD in the Home Stretch

Montclair Residences

Construction of the highly anticipated Montclair Residences at the NJ TRANSIT Bay Street Station in Montclair is near completion.

South Jersey Light Rail to Move Forward

SJLR Extension

The Delaware River Port Authority presented its recommendations in May for introducing a PATCO light rail service between Camden and Glassboro.

Former Hive of Industry, Harrison Redevelops with Transit

Red Bull Arena

Located across the Passaic River from Newark, the town of Harrison’s past and future is intrinsically linked to its public transit accessibility.

Somerville Landfill Redevelopment Stalled by Recession; Downtown Somerville Awarded Improvement Loan

Redevelopment plans for the former landfill site near Somerville’s Raritan Valley Line station have been delayed, a victim of economic uncertainty.

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