Serving the disability community has been an important part of the design process for LeGrand Coffee House.
A property in the Avenel area that previously was used as a state-run center serving people with disabilities was sold by the Woodbridge Redevelopment Agency for millions of dollars.
“Modera Woodbridge” is expected to bring 279 units next to the main train station in Woodbridge Township, Middlesex County.
A developer is planning to replace a shopping center in Woodbridge Township’s downtown with a residential and retail complex. State environmental documents show that the complex could be known as "Modera Woodbridge."
The mixed-use transit-oriented community will have a mix of studio, one-, two-, and three-bedroom apartments for rent as well as on-site amenities and retail.
A developer from Colorado spent over $4 million to buy a recently shuttered factory in Woodbridge from Procter & Gamble.
The property, which was previously part of the prison grounds, could soon contain 100 units.
The food and gaming chain was barred from New Jersey until two years ago, not because it had broken any law, but because its very business model was illegal.