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On the Cover

M

orris County is continuing to experience growth in the multi-family
rental market. Depicted on the cover
are the locations of 19 projects located
in close proximity to mass transit. The 19 projects
are in various phases of completion from concept,
through formal plan review and approval to construction. The projects total 3,335 units of housing. Most of these projects are redevelopments of
underutilized and/or vacant nonresidential sites
and are located within or near older developed
“core” areas, where public water, sanitary sewer
and other infrastructure are available to support
development of these higher density apartments.
Close proximity to mass transportation options is a
key marketing factor in attracting empty nest baby
boomers and millennials to these apartments. The
millennial generation (born 1980 -1999) and the rapidly aging baby boomers (born 1946-1964) currently prefer ” work-live-play” locations where amenities, work, entertainment and shopping are nearby
or easily accessible via walking, bicycling or mass
transit. Higher density residential development
supports economic development in town centers
by providing a local customer base and helps to attract businesses seeking millennial employees. The
Morris County Planning Board is currently updating the Circulation Element of the Morris County
Master Plan. Initial data analysis indicates that
the popularity of transit-oriented development
will continue to increase by both the consumers
and the municipalities in which they are located.

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2014
Board of Chosen Freeholders
Kathryn A. DeFillippo, Director
John Cesaro, Deputy Director
Douglas R. Cabana
John Krickus
Hank Lyon
Thomas J. Mastrangelo
David Scapicchio

County Administrator
John Bonanni

Morris County Department of Planning & Public Works
Deena Leary, P.P., A.I.C.P., Director

Morris County Planning Board
Kathryn A. DeFillippo, Freeholder Director
John Cesaro, Freeholder
David Scapicchio, Freeholder Alternate
Christopher Vitz, P.E., County Engineer
Roslyn Khurdan, P.E., Assistant County Engineer, Alternate
Ted Eppel
Joseph Falkoski
Isobel Olcott
Annabel Pierce
Steve Rattner
Everton Scott
Stephen Jones, Alternate #1
Nita Galate, Alternate #2
Christine Marion, P.P., A.I.C.P., Planning Director
W. Randall Bush, Esq., Attorney, First Assistant Morris County Counsel

Land Development Review Staff
Gregory Perry, P.P., Supervising Planner
Joseph Barilla, P.P., A.I.C.P., Principal Planner
Rene Axelrod, Data Control Clerk

Graphics
Gene Cass, Supervising Cartographer
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Table of Contents

Page

Introduction.......................................................................................................................................1
Development Data and Trends.................................................................................................. 2-4

Charts
Chart A: Number of New Residential Building Lots from
     New Preliminary Major Subdivision Plats, 2005-2014................................................2
Chart B: Number of Single Family Building Lots from Final Subdivision Plats
        Recorded at the Office of the Morris County Clerk, 2005-2014.................................2
Chart C: Townhouses & Multi-Family Units from New Site
     Plans Reviewed by the MCPB, 2005-2014.....................................................................3
Chart D: New Non-Residential Site Plans Reviewed by the MCPB, 2005-2014......................3
Chart E: Amount of New Floor Area from New Non-Residential
     Site Plans Reviewed by the MCPB, 2005-2014.............................................................4

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Maps and Exhibits
Map 1: Multi-Family Rental Projects in Morris County.............................................................5
Exhibit 1: Multi-Family Projects in Morris County.....................................................................6

Tables
Table I: Number of Plats Reviewed by the. Morris County Planning Board in 2014.............7
Table II: New Submissions Reviewed by the Morris County Planning Board in 2014..........8
Table III: Revised Submissions Reviewed by Morris County Planning Board in 2014.........9
Table IV: Number of Single Family House Lots from Major Subdivisions
Recorded at the Office of the Morris County Clerk, 2010-2014..............................10
Table V: Preliminary Single Family Residential Subdivision Plats
Reviewed by Morris County Planning Board in 2014..............................................11
Table VI: Proposed Townhouse & Multi-Family Site Plans of 20 Units or More
Reviewed by Morris County Planning Board in 2014............................................12
Table VII: Non Residential Site Plans With 50,000 Sq. Ft. or More of New Floor Area
Reviewed by Morris County Planning Board in 2014............................................13

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Introduction

T

he New Jersey County Planning Act
provides for the review and approval of
many types of development applications
by the County Planning Board. Most development applications that come before municipal
planning boards and boards of adjustment in Morris County are forwarded to the County for review.
All subdivision applications must be submitted to
the County for review and approval. In addition,
all site plans that front on County roads and/or
have impervious areas of one acre or more must be
submitted to the County for review and approval.

The Land Development Review Section of the
Morris County Planning Board is responsible for
reviewing all development applications, which
consist of subdivision plans and site plans submitted to the Morris County Planning Board in accordance with the New Jersey County Planning
Act (N.J.S.A 40:27-6.1 through 6.8). The Land Development Review Committee meets monthly to
review the development applications processed
by the staff. At each regularly scheduled monthly
County Planning Board meeting, the full County
Planning Board votes on the “Report of Actions
Taken on Development Plans,” which contains
the recommendations of the Committee, as well
as a complete summary of all development activity processed through the office each month.

Sketch
A sketch represents a conceptual layout of a
subdivision or site plan. Submission of sketches, while not required by all municipalities,
help to the County review process by providing a preview of formal plans that are likely to
be submitted in the future. They also provide an
opportunity for possible design changes to be suggested before detailed engineering is undertaken.

Minor Subdivision Plat
A minor subdivision plat is generally defined
as having no more than three lots and does
not require an extension of municipal facilities
such as roads, public water or sewer services.

Preliminary Plat
A preliminary plat is a set of detailed drawings
showing lot lines, road alignments, dimensions,
contours, drainage systems, water lines, sanitary
sewers and other details as applicable. Approval
of the preliminary plat is a prelude to construction.

Final Plat
A final plat follows the preliminary plat approval
and becomes a legal record of the subdivision. It
is a map of the subdivision which shows the exact
dimension and direction of each lot line. The approved final plat is filed at the Office of the County
Clerk where it remains a permanent legal record.
The lots can be sold after recording. There can be
a delay of up to two or more years from the time
of municipal and County approval and the actual
filing of the plat at the Office of the County Clerk.

Exempt
Site plans of less than one acre of impervious area
are deemed exempt from formal review if they do
not front on a County road or affect County drainage
structures. In Morris County, minor subdivisions
which do not front on County roads are deemed exempt from formal review if it is determined they will
not adversely affect County drainage structures.

Site Plan
A site plan is the construction drawing for the
development and improvement of one lot or parcel, usually for single uses such as office, retail
store or higher intensity residential. Most redevelopment projects are reviewed as site plans.
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Development Data and Trends

A

combined total of 289 subdivision plats
and site plans (including revisions) were
submitted to the Morris County Planning Board for review in 2014. The Morris County Planning Board reviewed and issued
reports on 190 applications and 99 applications
were exempt from formal County review and approval. Section II of this report contains Tables I
through VII, which present specific development
information for Morris County’s 39 municipalities.
The observations and comments offered in Section
I make frequent reference to the tables of Section II.

Number of Single Family House Lots from Final
Subdivision Plats Recorded at the Office of the
Morris County Clerk, 2005 through 2014

124

2005

Number of New Residential Building Lots
from New Preliminary Major Subdivision Plats
2005 through 2014

256
191
137
90

77
24
2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

27
2011

12
2012

2013

2014

Chart A
As shown in Chart A, 2014 had an uptick in the
number of new residential building lots created
from major subdivisions. The 449 lots are the most
lots generated in over ten years from major subdivisions and are largely attributed to two projects:
the 232 lot Marveland Estates development in Mt.
Olive and the 161 lot Villages at Roxbury in Roxbury. Due to the Highlands Act, scarcity of available land and zoning regulations, there will be few
new large subdivisions proposed in Morris County.

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2006

152

2007

105

2008

33
2009

43
2010

71
2011

32
2012

2013

38
2014

Chart B
449

144

336

257

As shown in Chart B, there has been a slight increase
from 2013 in the amount of single family house lots
from major subdivisions recorded at the Office of
the Morris County Clerk. This number will rise over
the next year or so as the two projects (Marveland
Estates and Villages at Roxbury) are recorded, but
will subsequently return to the low numbers recorded between 2009 -2011 and 2013-2014 for final plats.
Most of the major subdivisions reviewed by the
Morris County Planning Board are infill developments. In the western and northern portions of the
county, there are large areas of undeveloped land.
However, the development potential of much of this
land has been removed through its preservation as
open space or farmland. Due to these factors, the
number of lots generated by minor subdivision is
expected to surpass the number of lots generated
by major subdivision within the immediate future.
Chart C depicts ten years of historical data on the
amount of units contained in new multi-family
site plan submittals. The County Planning Board
expects continued growth in this market due to
the continued fallout from the housing mortgage
crisis and scarcity of developable land for major
single-family subdivisions. The millennial generation and the baby boom generation are the
key demographics that are fueling this growth.
The redevelopment of vacant and underutilized
nonresidential properties and older housing
stock into multifamily housing is driven by current market conditions and consumer preferences

Townhouses & Multi-Family Units from
New Site Plans Reviewed by the MCPB, 2005
through 2014
1,345
1,055

934

895

388

427
243

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

298

2010

267

274

2011

2012

2013

2014

Chart C
The decline in new multifamily units between
2013 and 2014 as depicted in Chart C was short
lived. As of May 2015, the Morris County Planning
Board has received applications that would generate 576 new multi-family units. As these and the
other proposed projects depicted in Map 1 and Exhibit 1 are submitted for review, the Morris County Planning Board expects a continual increase
in the number of proposed multi-family units.
In 2014, the Morris County Planning Board did
not receive any age-restricted adult (55 and older)
housing applications and only one application for
an assisted living facility or skilled nursing facility, The Arbor Terrace of Morris Plains. This application proposes the construction of a three story
building with 82 residential units for assisted and/
or independent living and is located at the Bretton
Woods site on Speedwell Avenue in the business
district of Morris Plains. The existing structures
on the property will be removed for the construction of the assisted living facility. To accommodate
aging baby boomers, market demand will most
likely drive an increase in housing directed at the
rapidly maturing population in Morris County.
New Non-Residential Site Plans
Reviewed by the MCPB, 2005 through 2014
122
85

2005

2006

91

2007

88

2008

81

2009

68

2010

80
59

2011

60

2012

2013

Non-residential site plans submitted to the Morris
County Plan­ning Board can range from small building additions with a minimal amount of new floor
area to new office buildings, regional retail facilities,
and industrial warehouses with several hundred
thou­sand square feet or more of floor area. Industrial uses typically provide larger buildings than
do commercial or office uses, especially those plans
that include flex/warehouse facilities. As shown in
Table II Section II and Chart D, the Morris County
Planning Board received 66 new non-residential
site plans in 2014. Table VII (Section II) provides
a list of the more significant non-residential site
plans with new floor area. Only site plans of 50,000
square feet and greater are included in Table VII.
Morris County leads the northern New Jersey office market with 30,082,898 square feet of office
space (Cushman & Wakefield, Marketbeat Office Snapshot, Northern New Jersey, Q4 2014).
For 2014, the overall vacancy rate for office space
fluctuated between 29.4% and 29.6%. The vacancy
rate increased by less than 1% between the fourth
quarter of 2013 and the fourth quarter of 2014.
Morris County ranks sixth in total square feet of
industrial space in the northern and central New
Jersey industrial markets with 42,889,321 square
feet of industrial space (Cushman & Wakefield,
Marketbeat Industrial Snapshot, Northern New
Jersey, Q4 2014). For 2014, the overall vacancy rate
for industrial space was 10.1%. Since the fourth
quarter of 2013, the overall vacancy rate for Morris County decreased by approximately .2%.
Of the projects listed in Table VII, all are redevelopment sites or expansions of existing facilities.
Due to the scarcity of developable land and available utilities, redevelopment of existing commercial/industrial sites will most likely outnumber
new non-residential development on green fields
in the near future. Future growth in this sector
will depend on financial markets recovering to
fund new projects; the availability of redevelopable property; and, more importantly, a reduction
in the supply of vacant office and industrial space.

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2014

Chart D
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riencing such redevelopment activity include
Morristown, Madison, Morris Plains and Dover.

Amount of New Floor Area from New
Non-Residential Site Plans Reviewed,
MCPB, 2005 through 2014

2.24
1.76

1.54

1.37

1.63
1.20 1.30

1.20

0.95

0.38

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

Chart E
Chart E lists the amount of new floor area from
new non-residential site plans reviewed in
2014. Approximately 90% of the 949,000-square
feet of floor area is proposed on redevelopment sites or existing office/industrial parks.
This trend is similar to the current residential
development trend in the County, where, due
to the scarcity of land, development is concentrated as infill development and redevelopment.
Redevelopment is occurring primarily in or near
central business districts. Municipalities expe-

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The Morris County Planning Board received several site plan applications in 2014 for improvements along the Blackwell Street corridor in Dover. In many of those applications, the first floors
of the buildings were proposed for commercial or
retail uses and the second floors and above were
proposed for apartments. Individually, the projects are small, but cumulatively they represent a
significant positive change for the downtown area.
The Town of Dover is also working with developers on several large scale redevelopment projects which will add hundreds of new multifamily
units along with new commercial and retail space.
The redevelopment of Morristown continues to
progress. Phase I of the Speedwell Avenue redevelopment (now named Modera 44) is nearly completed. Construction of the CVS at the
Speedwell Avenue and Spring Street intersection is underway and should be completed by
the fourth quarter of 2015. The additional phases
of the Speedwell Avenue redevelopment are expected to be submitted to the County Planning
Board for review by the fourth quarter of 2015.

Map 1
Multi-Family Rental Projects in Morris County

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Exhibit 1
Multi-Family Projects in Morris County
Project
No.

Project Name

Municipality

Prior Land Use

County Planning
Board Status

1

Drew Chemical/Avalon Bay
Boonton

350

Town of Boonton

Commercial/Industrial

Approved

2

Avalon Bay Denville

300

Township of Denville

Vacant Undeveloped

Concept

3

Estling Village

100

Township of Denville

Industrial

Approved

4

Capodagli Dover

212

Town of Dover

Municipal Parking Lots

Concept

5

Sun Valley Plaza

140

Borough of Florham Park

Multi-Family Residential

Approved

6

Green at Florham Park

425

Borough of Florham Park

Commercial

Concept

7

MBI

78

Township of Hanover

Industrial/Vacant Undeveloped

Approved

8

Whippany Village

46

Township of Hanover

Residential/Commercial/Retail

Approved

9

Cedar Knolls Mews

140

Township of Hanover

Industrial

Approved

16

Township of Hanover

Industrial

Approved

10

Laurel Estates

11

Greenhill

228

Township of Long Hill

Vacant Undeveloped

Concept

12

Green Village Rd School

135

Borough of Madison

School

Under Review

13

39 Green Village Rd

21

Borough of Madison

Multi-Family Residential

Approved

800

Borough of Morris Plains

Commercial/Flex Use

Concept

56

Borough of Morris Plains

Commercial/Industrial

Under Review

14

Old Pfizer Rt 53 Tract

15

Morris Plains Affordable
Housing

16

Arbor Terace of Morris Plains

82

Borough of Morris Plains

Commercial/Industrial

Under Review

17

Johnson Rd

197

Borough of Morris Plains

Commercial/Industrial

Under Review

18

Honeywell

235

Township of Morris

Commercial

Concept

19

Speedwell Ave Redevelopment
Phase 1

268

Town of Morristown

Residential/Industrial/Multi-Family
Residential

Approved

20

Ridgedale Commons

23

Town of Morristown

Vacant Undeveloped

Approved

21

Mountain Center Realty

37

Town of Morristown

Vacant Commercial

Approved

22

Morris Street Redevelopment

38

Town of Morristown

Industrial

Approved

23

Frankiln Village

52

Town of Morristown

Residential

Approved

24

Fieldstone Mt. Arlington

Borough of Mt. Arlington

Vacant Undeveloped

Approved

25

Marveland Estates

Township of Mt. Olive

Commercial/Agricultural

Approved

26

Netcong Station

200

Borough of Netcong

Commercial/Industrial/Residential

Concept

27

Netcong Stoll St Redevelopment

153

Borough of Netcong

Commercial/Industrial

Concept

28

Netcong Apartments

72

Borough of Netcong

Commercial/Industrial

Under Review

29

*Whole Foods/Waterview

530

Township of ParsippanyTroy Hills

Vacant Undeveloped

Concept

30

Modera Parsippany

212

Township of ParsippanyTroy Hills

Commercial

Under Review

31

Forge Pond Luxury Townhomes

52

Township of ParsippanyTroy Hills

Vacant Undeveloped

Under Review

32

Kensington Square

105

Township of Randolph

Vacant Undeveloped

Approved

33

Alexan Riverwalk North

212

Borough of Riverdale

Flex-Use/Commercial

Concept

34

Morris Commons

300

Township of Rockaway

Vacant Undeveloped

Approved

35

Pondview

1050

Township of Rockaway

Vacant Undeveloped

Approved

36

USR Optonix

208

Township of Washington

Industrial

Concept

37

Greenbriar Riverview

360

Township of Washington

Vacant Undeveloped

Under Review

38

Avalon Bay Wharton

248

Borough of Wharton

Vacant Undeveloped

Approved

39

Wharton Woods

66

Borough of Wharton

Vacant Undeveloped

Under Review

8104

PROJECT TOTALS:

Concept

Under Review

Approved

TOTAL

* Project did not receive rezoning

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Unit
Amount

300
57

3,503
1,232
3,369
8,104

Table I

Number of Plats Reviewed by the Morris County Planning Board in 2014
Municipality

Preliminary
Major
Subdivision

Final
Subdivision

Minor
Subdivision

Site Plan

(New/Revised/Total)

(New/Revised/Total)

(New/Revised/Total)

(New/Revised/Total)

1/1/2
1/0/1
3/1/4
1/0/1
1/0/1
0/1/1
1/1/2
1/2/3
1/0/1
1/0/1
-

1/1/2
1/0/1
2/1/3
1/0/1
1/0/1
1/0/1
1/1/2
1/0/1
1/0/1
-

2/3/5
1/1/2
1/1/2
0/2/2
1/1/2
0/1/1
0/1/1
0/2/2
0/2/2
0/1/1
1/0/1
1/2/3
-

11/6/17

10/3/13

7/17/24

Boonton
Boonton Twp.
Butler
Chatham
Chatham Twp.
Chester
Chester Twp.
Denville
Dover
East Hanover
Florham Park
Hanover
Harding
Jefferson
Kinnelon
Lincoln Park
Long Hill
Madison
Mendham
Mendham Twp.
Mine Hill
Montville
Morris Twp.
Morris Plains
Morristown
Mountain Lakes
Mt. Arlington
Mt. Olive
Netcong
Par-Troy
Pequannock
Randolph
Riverdale
Rockaway
Rockaway Twp.
Roxbury
Victory Gardens
Washington
Wharton
Total

New Submissions
Revised Submissions
Exempt Submissions
Total Submissions

=
=
=
=

Exempt
Minor
Subdivision

Exempt
Site Plan

0/1/1
1/0/1
1/0/1
3/6/9
1/4/5
5/1/6
5/3/8
2/0/2
1/0/1
4/2/6
1/2/3
6/7/13
3/2/5
3/1/4
2/2/4
2/2/4
1/1/2
1/0/1
6/6/12
3/1/4
8/7/15
1/3/4
6/4/10
2/5/7
3/4/7
1/0/1

1
3
1
1
1
3
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
2
-

1
1
3
4
2
1
3
3
1
1
5
13
4
2
2
2
2
4
1
2
7
3
3
1
2
3
2
1

72/64/136

20

79

100
90
99
289

Minor subdivision plats and site plans not fronting on County Roads are reviewed and exempted if they do
not affect County facilities.

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Table II

New Submissions Reviewed by the Morris County Planning Board in 2014
Subdivisions (1)
Residential
(Plats/Lots)

Subdivisions (1)
Non-Residential
(Plats/Lots)

Site Plans
Residential
(Plans/Units)

Site Plans (2)
Non Residential
(Plans/Sq.Ft.)

Boonton

-

-

-

-

Boonton Twp.

-

-

-

-

Butler

-

-

-

-

Chatham

-

-

-

-

Chatham Twp.

-

-

-

-

Chester

-

-

-

1/0

Chester Twp.

-

-

-

-

Denville

1/5

-

-

1/0

Dover

1/4

-

-

3/84,683

Municipality

East Hanover

-

-

-

1/100,000

Florham Park

2/27

1/2

-

5/335,899

Hanover

-

-

-

5/14,734

Harding

-

-

-

-

Jefferson

-

-

-

2/6,825

Kinnelon

-

-

-

-

Lincoln Park

-

-

-

1/0

Long Hill

-

-

1/0

3/498

Madison

-

-

-

1/0

Mendham

-

-

-

-

Mendham Twp.

-

-

-

-

Mine Hill

-

-

-

-

Montville

1/5

-

-

6/10,000

Morris Twp.

-

1/5

-

3/29,771

Morris Plains

-

-

2/138

1/0

Morristown

-

-

1/0

1/0

Mountain Lakes

-

-

-

-

Mt. Arlington
Mt. Olive

-

-

-

2/5,700

1/232

-

1/57

-

Netcong

-

-

1/72

-

Par-Troy

1/5

-

-

6/89,677

Pequannock

-

-

-

3/70,923

Randolph

-

-

-

8/119,168

Riverdale

-

-

-

-

Rockaway

-

-

-

1/10,090

Rockaway Twp.

1/10

-

-

6/71,309

Roxbury

2/0

1/161

-

-

Victory Gardens

-

-

-

-

Washington

-

-

-

3/321

Wharton
Total

(1)
(2)
8

-

-

-

1/0

9/449

2/7

6/267

66/949,598

Major subdivisions (Preliminary Plats)
Includes some site plans for building additions or renovations where no new floor area is being added.

Table III

Revised Submissions Reviewed by the Morris County Planning Board in 2014
Subdivisions (1)
Residential
(Plats/Lots)

Subdivisions (1)
Non-Residential
(Plats/Lots)

Site Plans
Residential
(Plans/Units)

Site Plans (2)
Non Residential
(Plans/Sq.Ft.)

Boonton

-

-

-

-

Boonton Twp.

-

-

-

-

Butler

-

-

-

-

Chatham

-

-

-

-

Municipality

Chatham Twp.

-

-

-

1/0

Chester

-

-

-

-

Chester Twp.

-

-

-

-

1/5

-

-

-

-

-

2/9

3/84,683

Denville
Dover
East Hanover

-

-

-

2/6,830

Florham Park

-

1/2

-

1/130,000

Hanover

-

-

-

2/172,621

Harding

-

-

-

-

Jefferson

-

-

-

-

Kinnelon

-

-

-

-

Lincoln Park

-

-

-

-

Long Hill

-

-

-

1/13,144

Madison

-

-

1/21

-

Mendham

-

-

-

-

Mendham Twp.

-

-

-

-

Mine Hill

-

-

-

-

Montville

-

-

-

6/31,875

Morris Twp.

-

-

-

1/0

Morris Plains
Morristown
Mountain Lakes
Mt. Arlington

-

1/82

-

-

1/38

1/0

-

-

-

-

-

-

1/300

1/0

1/232

-

1/57

-

Netcong

-

-

-

-

Par-Troy

1/54

-

1/52

3/16,077

-

-

-

1/592

Mt. Olive

Pequannock
Randolph

-

-

1/105

5/146,531

Riverdale

-

-

-

-

Rockaway

-

-

-

1/10,090

Rockaway Twp.

-

-

-

4/78,312
1/3,950

Roxbury

-

-

1/4

Victory Gardens

-

-

-

-

Washington

-

-

-

3/321

Wharton

-

-

-

-

4/294

1/2

10/668

37/695,026

Total

1)
2)
3)

1/3

Some revised submissions were received more than one time and are only counted once in this table.
Major subdivisions (Preliminary Plats)
Includes some site plans for building additions or renovations where no new floor area is being added.

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Table IV

Number of Single Family House Lots from Major Subdivisions
Recorded at the Office of the Morris County Clerk, 2010-2014
Municipality

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

5 Year Total

Boonton

2

-

-

-

-

2

Boonton Twp.

1

2

-

11

-

14

Butler

-

-

-

-

-

-

Chatham

-

-

-

-

-

-

Chatham Twp.

-

-

7

-

-

7

Chester

-

-

-

-

-

-

Chester Twp.

-

-

-

-

-

-

Denville

-

29

-

-

-

29

Dover

-

-

-

2

8

10

East Hanover

-

-

-

2

-

2

Florham Park

-

-

-

10

2

12

Hanover

3

23

-

-

-

26

Harding

13

-

9

-

11

33

Jefferson

-

-

-

-

-

-

Kinnelon

-

-

-

-

-

-

Lincoln Park

-

-

-

-

-

-

Long Hill

-

-

-

-

-

-

Madison

-

-

-

-

-

-

Mendham

-

-

-

-

-

-

Mendham Twp.

3

-

3

-

-

6

Mine Hill

-

-

-

-

-

-

Montville

6

-

-

-

-

6

Morris Twp.

4

-

-

-

4

8

Morris Plains

-

-

-

-

-

-

Morristown

-

-

-

-

-

-

Mountain Lakes

-

-

-

-

-

-

Mt. Arlington

-

-

-

-

-

-

Mt. Olive

-

-

276

2

-

278

Netcong

-

-

-

-

-

-

Par-Troy

7

-

16

-

-

23

Pequannock

3

-

-

-

-

3

Randolph

-

17

25

-

3

45

Riverdale

-

-

-

-

10

10

Rockaway

-

-

-

-

-

-

Rockaway Twp.

-

-

-

-

-

-

Roxbury

-

-

-

5

-

5

Victory Gardens

-

-

-

-

-

-

Washington

-

-

-

-

-

-

Wharton

-

-

-

-

-

-

Total

42

71

336

32

38

519

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Table V

Preliminary Single Family Residential Subdivision Plats
Reviewed by Morris County Planning Board in 2014
Municipality

Development Name

Location

Total Lots

Tri- M Enterprises

Smith Road

5 (N)

Dover

Hillside & White

Hillside Avenue

4 (N)

Florham Park

Coviello Brothers

Brooklake Road

25 (N)

Florham Park

255 Brooklake Road

Brooklake Road

2 (N)

Montville

Wicker

Old Changebridge Road

5 (N)

Mt. Olive

Marveland Estates

Pleasant Hill Road

232 (N)

Parsippany

Wildlife Preserves

Troy Meadow Road

5 (N)

Stratton Woods

Mt. Pleasant Avenue

10 (N)

Villages at Roxbury

Shippenport Road

161 (N)

Denville

Rockaway Twp
Roxbury

(N) new sub.
(R) revised sub.

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Table VI

Proposed Townhouse & Multi-Family Site Plans of 20 Units or More
Reviewed by Morris County Planning Board in 2014

Development Name

Location

Number
of Units

39 Green Village Road

Green Village Road

21 (R)

Morris Plains

Arbor Terrace of Morris Plains

Speedwell Avenue

82 (N)

Morris Plains

Morris Plains Affordable Housing

Tabor Road

56 (N)

Morris Street Redevelopment

Morris Street

38 (R)

Fieldstone at Mt. Arlington

Valley Road

300 (R)

Mt. Olive

Marveland Estates

Pleasant Valley Road

57 (N)

Netcong

Netcong Apartments

Flanders Road

72 (N)

Parsippany

Forge Pond Luxury Townhomes

Smith Road

52 (R)

Randolph

Kensington Square at Randolph

Brookside Road

105 (R)

Municipality
Madison

Morristown
Mt. Arlington

(N) new sub.
(R) revised sub.

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Table VII

Non Residential Site Plans with 50,000 Sq. Ft. or More of New Floor Area
Reviewed by Morris County Planning Board in 2014

Municipality

Development Name

Location

Land Use

New Sq. Ft.

Dover

Dover Hotel & Office

Commerce Center
Drive

Hotel/Office

84,683 (N)

East Hanover

Novartis Building 220

Ridgedale Avenue

Office

100,000 (N)

Florham Park

Green at Florham Park Bldg 2

Park Avenue

Office

130,000 (R)

Florham Park

Green at Florham Park Corporate Suites
Facility

Park Avenue

Hotel

331,899 (N)

Hanover Crossroads

Hanover Avenue

Commercial

172,621 (R)

Parsippany

Yogi Divine Society of NJ

Lincoln Avenue

Religious

59,109 (N)

Pequannock

The Castle

Route 23

Commercial

70,331 (N)

Performance Lincoln

Canfield Avenue

Commercial

54,479 (N)

Marriott Fairfield Inn & Suites

Green Pond Road

Hotel

54,173 (N)

Hanover

Randolph
Rockaway Twp

(N) new sub.
(R) revised sub.

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