Wednesday, January 16, 2013
Middletown Planning Board will hear a proposal for a 245-unit housing development near Taylor Lane and across from Target.
A proposed 245-unit housing development returns before the Middletown Township Planning Board on Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. The application by American Properties in Middletown would develop 31 acres along Taylor Lane and Route 35 South across from Cherry Tree Farm Road and the Middletown Target. The project is near the Holmdel border and includes a lot listed in the Holmdel Township tax map. The proposal, called Heritage at Middletown, includes 196 market-rate multifamily townhouses and 49 affordable multifamily units, along with a 3,600-square-foot clubhouse and a pool for the community. The hearing, continued from the governing body's Dec. 5 meeting, will be held at Middletown Town Hall.
Wednesday, December 5, 2012
American Properties at Middletown of Iselin will present their project "Heritage at Middletown."
A public hearing is scheduled tonight for a proposed housing project to be situated on 31 acres adjacent to Route 35 South, on both sides of Taylor Lane in Middletown. A portion of the heavily wooded parcel is zoned for multi-family housing. Most of the land is in Middletown, and some of it is in Holmdel Township. The property is owned by Harry Swartz, M.D. and Renee Swartz of Rumson and Joseph Becker, with a postal address in New York. According to documents at the Middletown Planning Office, the proposed use of the land is for 196 market-rate multifamily "stackable townhomes" and 49 affordable multifamily "flat" units, along with a 3,600 square foot clubhouse and a pool for the community. The 196 market rate townhomes are envisioned…
Monday, December 3, 2012
American Properties at Middletown would like to build 245 multifamily units on 31 acres. Public hearing Wednesday.
American Properties at Middletown is proposing a housing development for wooded land at Route 35 South and Taylor Lane in Middletown, near the Holmdel border. According to a public notice published on Nov. 21 in the Asbury Park Press, the developer is seeking approval for 245 multifamily units on approximately 31 acres. The proposed use includes 196 market rate multifamily 'stackable townhomes' and 49 affordable multifamily 'flat' units, along with a 3,600 square foot clubhouse and a pool for the community. Traffic light, jughandle and turn signal improvements, as well as a realignment of the northern portion of Taylor Lane to run directly across from Cherry Tree Farm Road, are also part of the plan. American Properties has applied to the…