A plan that calls for constructing a major mixed-use complex near a Middlesex County train station is continuing to advance.
The project in question involves a previously unreported proposal to build a seven-story complex at 10 Main Street near Rahway Avenue in Woodbridge Township. A development firm called Woodbridge 10 Main Urban Renewal, LLC is planning to replace the strip mall and parking lot on the premises with 279 residential units and 5,800 square feet of retail space, according to filings from the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP). A two-level parking garage and a three-level parking garage are also planned for the area.
The property is located across the street from the Woodbridge Municipal Complex and is near the township’s downtown and the Woodbridge stop on New Jersey Transit’s North Jersey Coast Line. The existing strip mall at the site includes businesses such as Knot Just Bagels and The UPS Store.
The developer applied for environmental permits related to flooding from the NJDEP. Additional filings from the agency refer to an application that was recently submitted to the Division of Water Quality about the “Modera Woodbridge” project on the premises.
A public hearing on the proposed development was held by the Woodbridge Township Planning Board back in January. The agenda for the board’s February 5 meeting lists that a resolution on the matter has been “tentatively scheduled for adoption.”
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