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32 NOVEMBER 2020
   JMF Properties and RD Management recently marked the opening of a new Starbucks at Harbor View Marketplace, a mixed-use development off Route 440 in Bayonne. From left: Starbucks District Manager Kevin Damon, Starbucks employee Alexa Mark, Starbucks employee Febrera Garcia, Bayonne Third Ward Council Member Gary LaPelusa, Starbucks Store Manager Chris Paone, Council Member At-Large Juan Perez, Hudson County Freeholder Kenny Kopacz, Kelsey Kopacz, JMF Properties Founder and Principal Joseph M. Forgione, Bayonne Mayor Jimmy Davis, Bayonne City Council President Sharon Ashe-Nadrowski and BCB Community Bank Vice President of Marketing Pam Sclafane.
Premier Design + Build Group broke ground in October for a new 50,273-square-foot warehouse for MX Logistics, a transportation and logistics service provider, at 20 Constitution Ave. in Piscataway. The new building will be constructed using steel frame, load-bearing precast concrete panels, aluminum storefront and glass and glazing, with 10 offices, six restrooms, two huddle rooms, conference space and open workspace for up to 40 employees.
Somerset Development President Ralph Zucker (right) recently presented a check for nearly $5.2 million to Holmdel Mayor Greg Buontempo as part of the company’s redevelopment agreement for the Bell Works project in the township.
  The Crest Pointe Rehabilitation & Healthcare Center team recently welcomed health care colleagues and local dignitaries to mark the groundbreaking for a 3,000-square-foot building expansion at the Point Pleasant Beach skilled nursing facility. The expansion will house a new therapy gym as part of a multimillion-dollar renovation and specialty programming initiative.
     Lopatcong Mayor James Mengucci, Municipal Engineer Paul Sterbenz and other local officials joined Larken Associates on Oct. 8 to mark the opening of Autumn Ridge, a 198-unit apartment community along Route 57 in the township.
Public officials and members of the project team gathered Oct. 15 to break ground on Montgomery Township’s new municipal center at Route 206 and Orchard Road. From left: Somerset County Freeholder Director Shanel Robinson, Freeholder Melonie Marano, County Library Director Brian Auger, Kurt Vierheilig and Pradeep Kapoor of DMR Architects, Township Administrator Donato Nieman, Mayor Sadaf Jaffer, Deputy Mayor Marvin Schuldiner, committeepersons Catherine Gural, Devra Keenan and Kent Huang and Township Attorney Kevin Van Hise. Obscured are Montgomery Assistant Township Administrator and Chief Financial Officer Michael Pitts and Police Captain and Director James Gill.
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Courtesy: Larken Associates Courtesy: Premier Design + Build Group Courtesy: JMF Properties
Courtesy: Montgomery Township Courtesy: Crest Pointe Rehabilitation & Healthcare Center Courtesy: Somerset Development

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