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Siena gets long-awaited fixes after suit settlement

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.

In wait of a supermarket in Montclair’s Fourth Ward

A year after the approval of the new supermarket in the Lackawanna Plaza redevelopment, Fourth Ward residents are wondering when they will see a groundbreaking — and a supermarket. 

COVID-19: Governor orders all non-essential construction to stop

Some Montclair development construction has stopped after Gov. Phil Murphy signed an executive order ordering the stop of nonessential construction due to COVID-19 as of Friday, April 10, 8 p.m.

MC Residences vote postponed due to board’s negativity over the project

Developer to come up with new plan after planning board voices concers with denstity with Orange Road develoipment.

Shultz House listed for sale with asking price of $1.449M

Evergreen, the Charles Shultz home, will be listed for sale this Friday, according to Montclair History Center officials who are stewards of the century-old home at 30 North Mountain Ave. The asking price is $1.449 million.

Glenridge Avenue Arts Center gets go ahead

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. 

MC Residences developer changes parking, height

The developer of the proposed 46-unit MC Residences has reduced the planned height of the residential and retail project, and will not rely on the neighboring Orange Road garage to fulfill its parking requirement.

Owners want to create community art space with apartment expansion

The owners of a mixed-use property on Glenridge Avenue plan to create an arts and entertainment venue that will provide free space to Montclair residents.
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More theaters, fewer seats planned for Bellevue Theater

The Bellevue Theater developers plan to create six theaters, more than the four housed previously in the facility when it closed in 2017, but with four hundred fewer seats. 

MKA unveils field overhaul

Montclair Kimberley Academy’s plans to reconfigure and upgrade its baseball and softball fields have been met with concerns from neighbors, primarily over the height of fencing and temporary screening.