On Monday, August 15th, the Newark Central Planning Board granted preliminary and final site plan approval, along with certain variance and waiver relief, to allow for the renovation of a 3-story building into a 6-story mixed-use building with ground floor commercial space and 36 residential units in the Broad Street Station Redevelopment Plan Area.
Roosevelt J. Donat, Esq. led the firm’s successful efforts on behalf of the development team, which included architect Patrick Lesbirel of Brick City Reconstruction, engineer Josh Kline of Stonefield Engineering, and planner Matt Flynn.
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