Monday, June 13, 2016

New Building Planned for Orange's Downtown

Orange, New Jersey: Another new mixed-use development could be coming to the City of Orange Township.

According to a legal notice from the Orange Planning Board, Canfield Developers is planning to construct a new four story building on a lot near 12-20 Canfield Street, just off of Main Street in Downtown. The lot where the building is slated for is currently wooded and vacant. Should it be approved, the project will include 30 residential units on the top three floors and retail space and 20 parking spaces on the first floor. The notice states that the new building will be connected to an existing 88-year-old apartment building at 12 Canfield Street with 17 apartments using a new stairwell. 

According to NJ Parcels, Canfield Developers purchased the properties last year for $1,000,000.

A public hearing regarding the proposal will be held at City Hall on North Day Street at 7:30pm on June 22.

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