A developer wants to bring a complex with 87 apartments to Scotland Road in Orange.
The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection is reviewing plans that call for converting two nearby industrial buildings in Orange’s Valley neighborhood into residential developments.
In this series, Jersey Digs explores a small suburban hospital in Orange, New Jersey, that became a landmark institution.
A developer’s application calls for bringing a 103-unit project to five properties near the Highland Avenue Station in Orange.
Orange is continuing to see a number of development proposals, especially near its two train stations. Now, a new project with six dozen units is being proposed for the Essex County city.
In the early 20th century, Trollies, trains, horses, bikes, and cars all scrambled on lawless roads. Deaths and injuries were commonplace. To help the situation, the Lackawanna Railroad eliminated 19 deadly grade crossings in Orange and East Orange. The yearlong project, which began in 1922, will soon mark a centennial.
A firm associated with Russo Development could receive a lengthy tax exemption for 33-51 Lincoln Avenue if the Orange Municipal Council approves a newly proposed ordinance.
An old police station on Lincoln Avenue in Orange was expected to be sold for $1.2 million to a developer so that a project with 60 condominiums could be constructed. Now, the Orange Municipal Council is seeking to revoke the contract of sale and more.
About a century ago, a small suburban hospital in Orange, became a sprawling, world-class medical facility funded by the era’s most famous philanthropists. But this landmark institution had a tragic, mysterious ending.
Essex County could soon be getting another Wawa store and gas station.