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Redevelopment Plans for Beverly and Edgewater Park

Burlington County has produced a proposal to build new residential and commercial space near the Beverly/Edgewater Park RiverLine station.

Somerville Plans Move Forward

Somerville has taken another step to develop the 160-acre landfill site near its Raritan Valley train station.

Renewed Trenton Station Spurs Redevelopment

Trenton Station Redevelopment Area

With funding from the Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission Trenton has embarked on plans to redevelop the area around its train station.

NJ Transit mourns the loss of Richard Mariani

The Transit-Friendly Development e-newsletter notes the recent passing of L. Richard “Rick” Mariani, an early proponent of transit-friendly planning.

Somerville Plans for the Future

Redevelopment Plan Process

Somerville is currently revising its Landfill Redevelopment Plan to incorporate the adopted consensus vision plan.

Redevelopment at Raritan’s Woolen Mills

River Park at Raritan

River Park at Raritan, a luxury rental unit property, recently opened on the site of the former Woolen Mills plant in Raritan, near its train station.

New Housing Near Union Township Station

Station at Union Township

Since the spring 2003 opening of its NJ TRANSIT rail station, Union Township has worked steadily toward developing the area around the station.

Port Imperial: a World Class Planned Community Out of Reclaimed Brownfields

Port Imperial

The 200-acre Port Imperial complex is just one of the many developments that have sprung up on New Jersey’s “gold coast” across from Manhattan.

Gem of New Urbanism Moves Forward in Wood-Ridge

Somerset Development is preparing to build Wesmont Station, a new “Traditional Neighborhood” project in Wood-Ridge.

West Windsor Names Planner for Redevelopment, Public Workshops Begin

The West Windsor Township Council hired Hillier Architecture to guide redevelopment planning for the area surrounding the Princeton Junction Station.

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