One of the last properties in New Jersey that drivers on Route 505 pass before entering New York State might become home to one of the Garden State’s closest multi-family developments to the Empire State.
An apartment building is being proposed for 256 Livingston Street in a predominantly commercial section of the Bergen County borough of Northvale.
Livingston Street Holdings, LLC is planning a three-story building with 40 residential units, according to documents released by Northvale’s municipal government. A stormwater management statement says that there would be six studios, 28 one-bedroom units, four two-bedroom units, and two three-bedroom units.
A total of 73 parking spaces would be provided on the premises, with a rendering from Environetics Group Architects, P.C. showing that some of these spaces would be located below the residential portion of the building.
This development would replace a two-story office building that has been home to multiple businesses over the years, including ones related to education and auto repair.
These plans will require the approval of the Northvale Combined Planning/Board of Adjustment in order to proceed. The board is scheduled to hear the proposal during its meeting on Wednesday, May 19, at 7:30 p.m., according to an agenda.
Note to readers: The dates that applications are scheduled to be heard by the Northvale Combined Planning Board/Board of Adjustment are subject to change.