The Lackawanna redevelopment’s days in court may be over.
Attorneys argued in court Tuesday whether the Lackawanna Plaza redevelopment plan approved by the Montclair Planning Board in 2019 should go back to the board for more public comment.
On Friday, April 30, a group of residents will ask a judge to reconsider his own earlier ruling, and send a plan to redevelop the Lackawanna Plaza property back to Montclair’s planning board for more testimony.
There’s a new owner of the historic Lackawanna Plaza train station — a Montclairian who says he plans to bring a “fresh vision” to the property, as well as a grocery store, while still “paying homage to the history of Lackawanna Terminal.”
A year after the approval of the new supermarket in the Lackawanna Plaza redevelopment, Fourth Ward residents are wondering when they will see a groundbreaking — and a supermarket.
The MC Hotel is booking overnight guests, taking dinner reservations for the Allegory restaurant and welcoming locals to the lobby bar as of today, Aug.15.
Lackawanna developers have issued a statement on the Lackawanna suit.
The theft of a clock reportedly valued at $100,000 from the former Pig & Prince restaurant located in the historic Lackawanna Plaza is being investigated by police.
Scheduled to open July 18, MC hotel officials are now looking at an August date.
BY JAIMIE JULIA WINTERS firstname.lastname@example.org A group of Montclairites has filed a lawsuit against the Montclair Planning Board and the township over its approval of the Lackawanna Plaza redevelopment. The […]
Pig & Prince restaurant owner and chef Mike Carrino announced he would be closing down the restaurant on Saturday, June 8.
BY JAIMIE JULIA WINTERS email@example.com While the Lackawanna Plaza train sheds await the wrecking ball, Preservation New Jersey has just declared the entire site as one of 10 on its […]
By JAIMIE JULIA WINTERS & KELLY NICHOLAIDES It’s final. The Lackawanna redevelopment application was memorialized on May 6, but not without some conditions — a supermarket must be provided, a […]
An Essex County Superior judge has declined to issue a restraining order to block the demolition of the former Lackawanna Station train platforms.