By Real Estate NJ
A vote by local officials in Emerson could bring a developer one step closer to building a mixed-use project that would transform part of the town’s central business district.
That’s according to a report Monday by The Record, which said JMF Properties has proposed to construct two retail and apartment buildings and a parking garage along Kinderkamack Road. On Tuesday, the Emerson borough council is slated to vote to amend the redevelopment plan in its downtown to align with the design put forth by the Whippany-based firm.
The municipality in April chose JMF to redevelop a major portion of its downtown, The Record reported. But the council needs to change the redevelopment plan, which recommends two- or three-story buildings, to match up with the developer’s proposed four-story structures.
For more, see Monday’s story by The Record.
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