The City of New Brunswick, as per the directive of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, held a public meeting on May 23, 2018 to discuss the completed 2018-19 One Year Consolidated Action Plan. The 2018-19 One Year Consolidated Plan is available for review and comment to interested citizens online: 2018-19 Action Plan Draft. Any public comments must […]
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A new neighborhood park is being designed for development on Welton Street at the corner of Drift Street. Three abandoned houses have been demolished to make way for the park. The park design will include: Seating area with tables where residents can relax or eat lunch; A multi-purpose area in the center of the park; […]
The New Brunswick Planning Board will be considering a redevelopment plan for the former Ferren Mall and adjacent properties at the Board’s March 13 meeting. Public comment on the Plan is welcome. A draft of the Plan is AVAILABLE HERE The Plan proposes mixed-use development for the area, including office, retail and residential uses. It […]
The New Brunswick Planning Board recommended adoption of a Redevelopment Plan for the New Brunswick Cultural Center area by the City Council. The Plan calls for development of new theaters and housing in the area, as well as permitting office, retail, restaurants and educational uses. The Council is scheduled to hold a public hearing on the […]
The demolition of the Ferren Mall and parking deck will begin on or around November 1. The demolition process will take approximately 5 months to complete. Church Street between Spring St. and Kirkpatrick Street will be closed due to the demolition. Portions of Spring Street will also be closed for periods during the demolition process. […]
On Tuesday, July 12, 2016, the Planning Board will consider a proposed redevelopment plan for the Ferren parking deck area and nearby properties (link). The Board will be reviewing the plan to determine its consistency with the City’s Master Plan. The redevelopment plan area is partially in an “area of redevelopment” and partially in an […]
The rent control annual increase for 2015 is 2.6%. This is the maximum amount allowable for base rent increases in 2015. The increase is calculated based on the year-to-year increase in the US Dept. of Labor’s consumer price index for housing.