It’s a milestone for Genuine Grow, which is owned by Andrew Marshall, a Montclair High School graduate.
The plans impact on gentrification and historic preservation are on the agenda.
“This is the single most significant opportunity for economic development that exists in Montclair,” the Montclair Center BID has concluded.
The meetings are fewer, but council members have a full plate of issues to weigh, including Lackawanna Plaza, the township manager, cannabis licenses and the township budget.
Council keeps six-story height limit along Bloomfield Avenue.
After the Planning Board suggested zoning changes decreasing allowable building heights from six stories to four on Bloomfield Avenue to be in line with the township’s master plan, the Township Council and its Economic Development Committee rejected them.
The owners of 264 Upper Mountain Ave, seek to divide their lot allowing for another home to be built along Highland Avenue where the current property ends.
By JAIMIE JULIA WINTERS email@example.com The Montclair Planning Board has recommended that the Bellevue Theatre property be deemed an area in need of rehabilitation — with one caveat. The members […]
The Bellevue operated continuously for 95 years until its closure four years ago, when Bow Tie Cinemas ended a lease there.
The implementation plan requires the master plan to take all roadway users — motorists, bicyclists, pedestrians and mass transit riders — into consideration when upgrading Montclair’s streets or designing new infrastructure.
The last of Montclair’s larger redevelopment applications has been approved by the Planning Board.
Montclair’s SAFE Complete Streets Implementation Plan is closer to becoming part of the master plan after Planning Board members voted on Monday, Sept. 21, to incorporate it, but only after a preamble is written up.
After a year of testimony over density, parking and affordable housing, the Planning Board has approved a 40-unit residential and retail development on Orange Road at the former Ferrara’s Auto Body property.
The owners of a mixed-use property on Glenridge Avenue received approval to triple the size of their building, which will also include an arts and entertainment space and four more apartments.