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NJ Future Redevelopment Forum 2017 Connelly

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NJ Future Redevelopment Forum 2017 Connelly

  1. 1. MONMOUTH MALL REDEVELOPMENT Mayor Dennis J. Connelly Borough of Eatontown
  2. 2. Council Meeting April 27, 2015 Held at Memorial School
  3. 3. EDITORIAL: Mall NIMBYs could be costly to Eatontown “We urge the mayor and council to reconsider their decision and to reach out to Kushner Cos. to develop a new plan that will allow the mall to reinvent itself. If they fail to do so, taxpayers in Eatontown are destined to pay a heavy price.”
  4. 4. • A reduction in the number of apartments from 800 units to 700 units • Kushner Companies' affordable housing obligation drops from 15 percent to 12.5 percent, thereby lowering the number of onsite affordable housing units from 141 to 100 or offsite units from 120 to 88. •The hotel and rooftop golf course have been eliminated from the zoning as permitted uses. • No private or public schools or houses of worship will be allowed on the site. •The front yard setbacks (from Routes 35 and 36 andWyckoff Road) have been increased to 125 feet and all other yard setback have been increased to 150 feet. •The maximum building height allowed has been reduced from 150 feet (the original proposed size of the hotel) to 85 feet. •The buffers must be at least 75 feet wide on any side yard that includes mixed use. • Recreational entertainment uses shall not exceed 50 percent of the gross indoor or outdoor leasable space of the regional center.That total does not include the Loews MovieTheater. Some permitted uses in the ordinance are retail, medical office buildings, restaurants and taverns, pre-school and day care centers and recreational/amusement/entertainment uses such as aquariums, arcades, miniature golf and bowling alleys. September 14, 2016
  5. 5. EATONTOWN – Instead of one multimillion-dollar town center, the borough could potentially have two located within two miles of each other on Route 35, each competing for customers, shops and residents. Dan Radel September 14, 2016
  6. 6. New Monmouth Mall Zoning Challenged By Eatontown Residents Group