33 Route 17 South

Fmr. Landmark Catering Hall to Become Self-Storage, Retail, Gas Station at 33 Route 17 South, East Rutherford

Morristown, N.J.-based Hampshire Real Estate Companies has acquired the 3.2-acre property at 33 Route 17 South, in East Rutherford, located just west of the Meadowlands. The site is currently occupied by the former Landmark, a 225,000-square-foot, three-room catering facility that closed its doors 2013, and a 55,000-square-foot industrial building. Hampshire Cos. plans to redevelop the property into a 100,000-square-foot self-storage facility, a retail store, and a gas station, according to NorthJersey.com. It’s not known if the existing structures are going to be demolished, although it’s possible that they could be converted to fit the new program.

Proposal for 839 St. Marks Avenue, with the Dean Sage Mansion at the left

Landmarks Approves Expansion of Supportive Housing Complex at 839 St. Marks Avenue, Crown Heights

After having its first proposal rejected, a supportive housing institution in Brooklyn has received approval to expand its campus. On Tuesday, the Landmarks Preservation Commission voted to allow both demolition and new construction on the campus of the Institute for Community Living (ICL), located at 839 St. Marks Avenue, at the corner of Brooklyn Avenue in the Crown Heights North Historic District.

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544 Manhattan Avenue Nears Exterior Completion, Greenpoint

The residential, mid-rise street wall around McCarren Park in northern Brooklyn is receiving its latest addition as the six-story apartment building at 544 Manhattan Avenue nears exterior completion. Permits indicate Nicholas Notias of Flushing-based Neptune Mechanical, LLC as the owner and the firm also serves as the construction manager. LMW Engineering Group, LLC is also involved with the project.

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