Hearing Set to Discuss Plan for New East Orange Development with Over 300 Units

111 Prospect Street East Orange New Jersey
Site of proposed development: 111 Prospect Street, East Orange, New Jersey. Photo via Google Maps/Satellite View.

East Orange has seen a number of residential and mixed-use development proposals over the last several years, particularly involving locations within walking distance of one or both of the Essex County city’s two train stations. Now, another project is being proposed for the community.

A company calling itself 111 Prospect Holding, LLC has submitted an application for a six-story multi-family complex at 101 and 111 Prospect Street along with 34 and 38 Washington Terrace Lot, according to a February notice of hearing.

34 38 Washington Terrace Lot East Orange New Jersey
The second site of proposed development along Washington Terrace Lot, East Orange, New Jersey. Photo via Google Maps/Street View.

The notice says that the development would include 323 residential units and that 360 parking spaces would be provided on the premises.

Details about the plans currently remain scarce, but more information is expected to be released when the East Orange Planning Board discusses this developer’s request for preliminary and final site plan approval with variances. A hearing over Zoom is scheduled to take place at 7:00 p.m. on Wednesday, March 3, according to the notice.

The properties referenced in the notice include the old Jewish Vocational Service of MetroWest New Jersey site and parking lot, though the notice did not indicate whether any sort of new demolition work is planned. This area is between William Street and Park Avenue less than half a mile from Brick Church Station.

State business filings list that a firm called 111 Prospect Holdings, LLC was incorporated in 2016 out of Passaic while property records associate 111 Prospect Holding, LLC with a post office box in Lakewood.

Note to readers: The dates that applications are scheduled to be heard by the East Orange Planning Board and other commissions are subject to change.


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