The legal saga over the Executive Drive office park still has no end in sight. The West Orange town council unanimously rejected a settlement.
A five-story building with commercial space and 94 residential units is planned for the Valley area in West Orange near Orange’s Highland Avenue train station and the Harvard Printing Apartments.
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The owners are now partnering with Newark-based developer Hanini Group to bring a five-story residential building to the property.
The collection of 1940s tax photos remains in limbo, held by a former chair of the Historic Preservation Commission.
A lawsuit was filed against the township of West Orange over a controversial redevelopment plan involving the Executive Drive Office Park.
The historic residence in Llewellyn Park, a gated community known for her father’s mansion Glenmont, took inspiration from the Normandy region in France.
A multimillion-dollar grant could bring a state-of-the-art library to West Orange.
The bandits are targeting Honda Accords that are parked overnight in parking lots.
For two decades, white-tailed deer have been in the crosshairs of Essex County hunters during the annual hunt. This year, though, the pandemic has halted the winter cull, buying time for animal-rights activists to push for new ways to protect this indigenous species and the forest.
The West Orange town council passed a resolution this week to designate an office park an “area in need of redevelopment.” The 4-1 vote stands at odds with the wave of public criticism during the meeting against the designation, which paves the way for a windfall tax abatement.