Scotch Plains has designated Woodmont Properties as the conditional redeveloper for more than nine acres in its downtown, following a multiyear search aimed at jumpstarting a long-awaited plan for the central business district.
Scotch Plains has kicked off its search for a developer that can bring new commercial, residential and civic spaces to its downtown, under a long-discussed plan by the municipality.
Scotch Plains is seeking a developer after recently adopting a long-awaited redevelopment plan for its downtown, aiming to create a vibrant hub with a mix of retail, restaurants, housing, a consolidated library and town hall, public plazas and parking.
Call me provincial, but I’m always fascinated these days when I hear that an established investor, developer or retailer that operates nationally is only now finding its way into the New Jersey market. With our labor pool, our consumer base and the all-important draw of being a discount from New York City, one can’t help but wonder what took them so long in the first place — especially in an expansion that goes back more than a decade.
A fully leased, 16,000-square-foot flex industrial building in Middlesex County has changed hands, in one of several recent deals by The Boniakowski Commercial Real Estate Group.
An asphalt manufacturer and paving contractor has expanded its reach in northern and central New Jersey with the addition of a new location in Union County.