Lackawanna tesimony

Lackawanna testimony to continue in to 2019

By Jaimie Julia Winters winters@montclairlocal.newsPlanning board members predict testimony on the historic Lackawanna train station redevelopment project would extend into 2019.Plans call for a multi-use development including 154 units of housing, a supermarket, medical center...

Lackawanna developers: Suit will delay Montclair’s new supermarket

Lackawanna developers have issued a statement on the Lackawanna suit.

Lackawanna Train Station makes top 10 most NJ endangered historic sites

BY JAIMIE JULIA WINTERS winters@montclairlocal.newsWhile the Lackawanna Plaza train sheds await the wrecking ball, Preservation New Jersey has just declared the entire site as one of 10 on its list of New Jersey’s Most...
parking woes

More parking options offered for Seymour Street area

More parking options may be offered to relieve parking woes in the Third Ward being caused by the Seymour Street Redevelopment Project.
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Council to fight Lackawanna developers’ left-turn plan

By Jaimie Julia Winters winters@montclairlocal.newsMontclair town officials will be introducing an ordinance they hope will create safer streets after the Lackawanna supermarket is built.Concerned that developers Pinnacle and Hampshire Cos., which just received planning...
church property

Church sells part of property to developer

By Jaimie Julia Winters winters@montclairlocal.newsTwo new homes will be built on Plymouth Street behind the First Congregational Church of Montclair. The church sold the property to developer Steven Plofker to raise funds.On Oct. 24,...

Subdivision proposed for High Street

BY JAIMIE JULIA WINTERS winters@montclairlocal.newsA developer is seeking a subdivision approval for a 0.72-acre lot at 96 High St. Platinum Interiors LLC has plans to subdivide a contiguous lot between High Street and Nishuane Road into...
no knock down

Planning board looks toward no knock down rule for older homes

In response to a recent increase in home demolitions, the planning board is investigating bringing back a no-knock down ordinance.

Four units proposed for Orange Road vacant lot zoned for single family

A developer wants to build a pair of two-family homes on a sliver of vacant land on Orange Road sandwiched between the Willowmere Court apartments and two residences owned by the Mental Health Association of Essex County.