New plans for the redevelopment of Lackawanna Plaza will call for more density and height than a previous proposal that nearly 200 residents unsuccessfully fought in court, but also larger setbacks and more green and community space, developer David Placek said.
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.”
Attorneys battling over the development of Lackawanna Plaza were back in court last week.
BY JAIMIE JULIA WINTERS firstname.lastname@example.org The town will begin marketing new affordable housing units with preference given to current residents, or households including full-time employees of either the Township of […]
BY JAIMIE JULIA WINTERS email@example.com The $100,000 Lackawanna clock stolen from the wall of the former Pig & Prince restaurant has been located. A Pig & Prince employee reported it […]
The Hampshire & Pinnacle Companies issued a statement decrying the entity that issued a lawsuit against the Montclair Planning Board pertaining to the redevelopment of Lackawanna Plaza (https://montclairlocal.news/2019/06/residents-file-complaint-demanding-appeal-of-montclair-planning-boards-lackawanna-plaza-approval/): Robert T. […]
By David Greenbaum, Caroline Kane Levy and John Reimnitz David Greenbaum, a design professional, and architect John Reimnitz are Montclair residents and members of the town Historic Preservation Commission. Caroline Kane Levy, a […]
By Jaimie Julia Winters firstname.lastname@example.org The need for a supermarket at the Lackawanna Plaza site, and parking to go with it, was weighed against historical preservation as testimony continued at […]