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Re: Funeral Home 4th and Jersey
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... and when I happen to walk by it , it smells terrible.

There's a reason. Did you ever see one of those news stories about a dry cleaner that suddenly and unexpectedly goes out of business and the customers clothes get locked inside and they can't get them back? This was a similar situation except it wasn't clothes that got locked inside. I remember how irate the customers were when they couldn't get their dead relatives back.

Posted on: 2008/10/1 17:03
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Plans were brought before the planning board over a year ago -- before the home mortgage crisis. The projected needed a variance I believe to remove the garage building on the south side of the lot. The plan was for condos. I don't recall what happened with it, but even if it was approved, the economy began collapsing last September, and now things are worse. Still, I suppose there have been actually, quite a few smaller projects that have broken ground in the last few months, so maybe this is small enough to remain unaffected.

Posted on: 2008/10/1 15:22
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I've heard (and am pretty sure I read here) that there are plans to make it into, you guessed it, CONDOS. But of course this could just be a rumor.

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Does anyone know why the boarded up funeral home is still boarded up on 4th and Jersey Ave? Who owns it and are there plans to get rid of it? It's such an eyesore and when I happen to walk by it , it smells terrible.

Posted on: 2008/10/1 13:52
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Does anyone know what the deal is with the cars that park in the side lot there?

My bf and I have been wondering about the arrangement those cars had, and he had asked someone who parked there once how it was that they could leave their cars there. I think the person told him that they used to know the owner, but that the owner had sold the place, or something. I'm really vague on the details.

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This place would make a great B&B/ fancy restaurant. Put a saloon in the garage so guests could mix with locals and the fine dining on the first floor of the house. I don't think people would want to permanently live in an old funeral home (condo-ized), but it would be cool for a small hotel. If I had a million dollars (or 3), that is what I would do with it. I love that fountain!

Posted on: 2008/1/8 12:10
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That place has been vacant for at least two years now. Heard some rumors it was to be turned into condos but in light of the most recent info..I guess not.

Don't park your car there as I think there is either a vigilante resident who calls the parking authority or the parking authority employee who lives on the block is a complete a...hole.

Posted on: 2008/1/8 12:02
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Deadbeats !

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I walked by there a weekend or 2 ago, and noticed that funeral home was looking really run down, maybe this explains it.

Posted on: 2008/1/8 11:24
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There's a foreclosure notice for 587-593 Jersey Ave. in the fourth column on page 24 in today's Jersey Journal.

The notice seems to be for the funeral home property at Fourth Street. It's not the old location of either Melt or Go/Cafe Brand.

The lender is Northern Source L.L.C., the borrower is Hudson Developers L.L.C., and the judgment involved is for about $1.3 million. The sale is scheduled for Feb. 7, 2008.

I guess one practical question about this is whether it means you can park your car there while the foreclosure process is under way without getting towed.

Posted on: 2008/1/8 11:22
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