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Rahway Redevelopment Agency Moves Forward with Plan to Move City Hall, Develop Town Center

Rahway Town Square

Rahway has launched one of the city’s most ambitious TOD projects, Rahway Town Center, which calls for new retail, housing and a hotel.

Elizabeth Designated a New Jersey Transit Village

In February 2007, Elizabeth joined an elite group of New Jersey municipalities when it became the 18th designated Transit Village.

Burlington City is the State’s Latest Transit Village

In March 2007, New Jersey named its 19th Transit Village, Burlington City.

Bound Brook Developer Named

Bound Brook Roundabout

Since Hurricane Floyd hit in 1999, Bound Brook has been using state and federal assistance to rebuild its downtown around a transit-oriented focus.

Morristown Transit Village: The Epstein’s Department Store Project Begins

Epstein's Parking Deck

The transformation of the Epstein’s Department Store to rental housing – a short walk to the station – began October 12 at a groundbreaking ceremony.

South Orange Performing Arts Center Opens

Market Vision

South Orange recently opened a major addition to its downtown — the South Orange Performing Arts Center.

Cranford’s Downtown Attracting Residents and Shoppers

Riverfront Development

Cranford, NJ will soon see a rise in its downtown residential population, a trend that its Downtown Management Corporation hopes will continue.

Belmar and Netcong Developers Chosen

Proposed Netcong Transit Village Plan

Belmar and Netcong have chosen developers for major mixed-use TOD projects surrounding their train stations.

Riverside Renaissance: Two Major Projects Announced

Watchcase Tower on Golden Triangle

Riverside Township in Burlington County has recently announced two major projects in its transit village district.

Rahway Update: Projects, Projects, Projects!

Since Rahway was featured in our first issue, a lot has been happening in this Transit Village as it continues toward its redevelopment goals.

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