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.
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.
The developer is proposing that on top of providing parking for the MC Hotel, Valley and Bloom, the BOE and general public, they can add the MC Residences to mix at the Orange Road parking deck.
Although residents complain of the lack of parking in Montclair, the Orange Road Garage is apparently underutilized
Demolition permit approval will soon be handled by the Historic Preservation Commission, moving it out of the hands of the building department.
The Redeemer Church of Montclair is giving away a home, with one caveat — you have to move it.
As Montclair pushes developers to include green energy into their building plans, a question has risen: how long are the developers required to maintain it?