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Nj future redevelopment forum 2014 morristown santola

  1. 1. Vail Mansion: 36 Condominiums, 12,000 Sq. Ft. Restaurant ____________________________________________________________ Woodmont properties has converted Morristown’s former Town Hall (the Vail Mansion) into a mixed-use site featuring 36 luxury condominium flats and a top rated restaurant in the 12,000 sq. ft. of commercial space. Located in historic downtown Morristown, New Jersey, this community is a redevelopment on the original grounds of the historic Vail Mansion within steps of Morristown’s library, Community theater, Morristown train station and fine dining. The Vail Mansion is a historic landmark originally built for the first chairman of AT&T, Theodore Vail, in the 1920s.
  2. 2. Highlands at Morristown: 217 Rental Apartments, 740 Car Parking Garage 8,000 SF of Retail Space _____________________________________________________________________ The Highlands at Morristown station is a prime example of the success in public/private partnerships which include NJ transit, the Town of Morristown MPA, Woodmont Properties and Roseland Property Co. This community was developed entirely upon NJ Transit land only steps away from the Morristown train station, with its Manhattan Midtown-Direct service to Penn station. The luxury community includes 217 luxury apartments, 8,000 sq. ft of retail and a 740 car parking garage serving residents as well as NJT commuters.
  3. 3. 40 Park: 36 Condominiums, 12,000 Sq. Ft. of Commercial ______________________________________________________________________ 40 Park is a smart growth, mixed-use re-development project which represents a text book example of downtown infill re-development in New Jersey. Making the most of the historic setting on the Morristown Green, this development combines luxury living with first class retail, and a 795-car public parking facility, to create a signature property in Morristown. The rehabilitation plan includes three city blocks ranging from West park place to the North to MacCulloch Avenue to the south. The center piece of the project is the fabulous 40 Park, a 76-unit, luxury condominium building fronting on the Historic Morristown Green. 40 Park also includes over 55,000 square feet of new retail space.
  4. 4. The Metropolitan: 130 Luxury Apartments _____________________________________ Directly adjacent to 40 Park and just off the Morristown Green sits the Metropolitan. The 130 luxury rental homes in the Metropolitan have become the standard for apartment living in Morristown. In addition to the residential units and retail space, the Morristown parking authority has completed a LEED certified office building on Maple Avenue. Adjoining all the properties and parking deck is a beautiful piazza for residents and visitors to enjoy.
  5. 5. West Side Lofts: 92 lofts, 3 live/works, 11,500 sq. Ft. of Retail Triumph Brew Pub _______________________________________ Located in the heart of Red Bank’s (“Hip City”) arts and antiques district is Woodmont’s West Side Lofts. Being developed with friend and partner Metrovation Terranomics, this one of a kind mixed-use, artist loft project is a bellwether for downtown redevelopment in New Jersey. Designed by renowned west coast architect, David Baker, the 2 acre site will include 92 lofts, 11,500 square feet of antique and unique retail space, a parking garage, a Triumph Brew pub and three live/work artist lofts. The West side lofts is located adjacent to the new Two River Theatre and 1 block from the Red Bank Train Station. Construction will be completed December 2014.

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