The Seymour Street project next to the Wellmont Theater, with its promise to make Montclair an even bigger cultural destination than it already is, is set to open in early winter after two years of construction.
Attorneys battling over the development of Lackawanna Plaza were back in court last week.
The tiny house movement could be coming to Montclair, and seniors are hoping it would help them age in place.
Plans for a five-story, 74-unit apartment building on the former Hahnes parking lot moved forward last week as architect Bruce Stieve went over the design with the Planning Board.
The couple seeking to demolish their home at 109 Union St. claimed they have the go-ahead to raze it even without the Historic Preservation Commission’s blessing, because a time limit set by law had expired.
The Historic Preservation Commission has received its first request for demolition of a home since the new “knockdown” law was enacted last year.
Planning board members voiced concerns over the four affordable housing units in the project, which they said are not “comparable” in size to the market rate units as required by code.
Siena residents will begin to get some relief, as a settlement reached in October 2019 will allow new roof work to begin on the building’s three roofs this week.