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2011 Development Activity Report

2011 Development Activity Report

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Published by Morris County NJ
This report details Morris County's land development in 2011.
This report details Morris County's land development in 2011.

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Published by: Morris County NJ on May 16, 2012
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2011DevelopmentActivityReport
PreparedbTheMorrisCountyPlanningBoard
 
On the Cover
T
he East Hanover Avenue corridor en-compasses three municipalities: HanoverTownship to the east, Morris Town-ship to the west and Morris Plans to thenorth. This area hosts a wide variety of land uses.Hundreds of thousands of square feet in large
and small scale industrial and ofce use lie along
East Hanover Avenue and within the immedi-ate vicinity of this roadway. Interspersed amongthese commercial and industrial uses and abut-ting the corridor are residential neighborhoods,public facilities (Mennen Arena, Morris CountyLibrary, Morris County Garage and Frelinghuy-sen Arboretum) and a variety of retail and serviceuses from car washes and banks to the 275,000square foot Cedar Knolls Plaza shopping center.As illustrated by the highlighted properties on
the cover, this area is experiencing a signicant
amount of redevelopment and growth. In or-
der to prepare for the intensication of use alongthis corridor and increase in trafc, the County is
spearheading a corridor study with the assistanceof the New Jersey Department of Transportation.The purpose of the corridor study is to project thefuture growth along the corridor and determine
mitigation measures to improve the trafc ow
throughout the area. As promoted by the Stateand the County, continued revitalization along thecorridor will create new jobs and support the lo-cal and regional economy. A well-planned, multi- jurisdictional approach for managing local and
through trafc along this portion of East HanoverAvenue will benet the region. Thoughtful and
informed planning will allow economic develop-ment to occur in a manner that protects the highquality of life expected throughout Morris County.The East Hanover Corridor Study is expected to becompleted in 2012. Information regarding the study(agendas, minutes, meeting presentations, etc.) canbe found athttp://morrisdot.org/accessories/transportation-ehanoveravecorridorstudy.asp The highlighted properties on the cover rep-resent the properties along the East HanoverCorridor that are in various stages of rede-velopment and are described as follows:Blue - “Waterview at Hanover” aka “Sunrise”
is a town home development on an 18.62 acreproperty. Due to the decline in the age restrict-
ed market, the project was modied from a 120
unit age restricted project to a 60 unit attachedtown home project. Morris County PlanningBoard issued minor subdivision and site planapproval for this project in October 2011.Green - Airtron Litten aka. Northrup Grum-
 
man. This 18.82 acre former industrial site isin the process of being remediated for vari-ous types of contamination. The building hasbeen demolished. Once the property is reme-diated, it should be suitable for redevelop-
ment into a ex use or possibly commercial.
Orange - “Dendreon Inc.” This 29.65 acre rede-
 
veloped property currently houses a 165,005sq ft research and development/warehousefacility. The site formerly housed a ware-house for the Mennen Corporation and wasalso used for a medical laboratory/ware-house. Morris County Planning Board issuedsite plan approval for this project in 2009.Yellow - “Hanover at Horsehill” This 12.25 acre
site consists of two former industrial properties,a heating oil distributor and ThermoplasticsInc. This is a redevelopment project that willtransform the two vacant industrial propertiesinto a shopping complex that includes a 3,000sq. ft. bank, 10,000 sq. ft. multi tenant retailbuilding and an 80,048 sq. ft. Shoprite super-market along with related site improvements.The applicant submitted a site plan applicationto the Morris County Planning Board in 2011.Aqua
- “Blanchard Securities” For this redevel-opment, construction is currently underway for
a new 20,297 sq. ft. ofce building, renovationsto an existing 10,000 sq. ft. ofce building andrelated site improvements. An existing ex-use
building was demolished for this redevelopmentproject. Morris County Planning Board site planapproval was granted for this project in 2009.Purple - This is the former Berlex industrial site.
The property was formerly an assemblage of lotstotaling approximately 43 acres. The propertyhas since been subdivided into a 15.5 acre par-cel (eastern portion of site) and +/- 27 acre par-cel (western portion of site). The Morris CountyPlanning Board has reviewed and approved an
 
application for the 15.5 acre parcel for the con-struction of 78 affordable multi family rentalunits and related site improvements. The unitswill be contained in six buildings and site accesswill be from Horsehill Rd. It is anticipated that abig box type retail store and associated satellitebuildings will be proposed for the western par-cel. This project will add 100,000 sf of new re-tail space. The Morris County Planning Boardexpects this application to come in during 2012.

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