Middlesex County could soon see a new development project, but unlike many others that have been constructed in this part of Central New Jersey over the last few decades, it would not include any retail space or single-family houses.
Jaynar Construction, Inc. is planning a complex for senior citizens on three properties taking up nearly 18 acres in the Kendall Park area near Town Place in South Brunswick Township.
The company’s proposal involves 212 “senior affordable housing units” and a long-term nursing care facility with 180 beds at 3614-3622, 3624-3634, and 3636-3668 Route 27, according to the agenda for the South Brunswick Township Planning Board’s March 3 meeting.
Property records list South Brunswick Township as the owner of the three properties, which are situated between Gateway Boulevard and Allston Road.
Site plans released by the community’s municipal government refer to this proposal as the Wilson Farm project and show that the residential units would be split between one three-story building with 111 units and another with 101 units. A “club building” would be situated between these two buildings while the nursing facility would be in a separate three-story structure.
The meeting on March 3 is scheduled to begin over Microsoft Teams at 7:30 p.m.
Note to readers: The dates that applications are scheduled to be heard by the South Brunswick Township Planning Board and other commissions are subject to change.