Long-envisioned redevelopment around the Essex County city’s train station is starting to pay off as Orange is set to welcome over 600 new apartments over the course of the next 12 to 18 months.
A century-old collection of freemason artifacts was lost when the historic Masonic Temple in Orange burned down two months ago.
A “suspicious” fire that tore through the carriage house of a historic home in Orange couldn’t be analyzed for arson because county investigators never came.
The Orange Memorial Hospital, which has lain abandoned since it closed two decades ago, is at the center of an eminent domain battle that preservationists think could result in its demolition as well as other historic properties.
This settlement adds to a litany of legal trouble that has plagued Orange over the last six years, including FBI investigations into the goings-on at City Hall which has so far ensnared eight individuals with criminal charges.
A proposed electrical substation in the Valley arts district of Orange has enraged locals over the severity of its design that some said resembles a penitentiary.
The “Gateway Project” in Orange would bring residential units and a commercial space near the Valley Arts District.
The area immediately surrounding Orange’s main train station is filling up with development.
One of the largest apartment buildings to be proposed for Orange in recent memory could be approved as early as next week.
“People think my interest in gravestones comes from a place that’s morbid, but it’s really about history.”