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Re: Developement on Marin
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Of course there are hardly any emails between them. Fulop prefers texting and Bertoli is old school. Talk in person or on the phone.

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If you want to see poor urban planning look no further than the pathetic excuse for a waterfront in jc


seriously, some of the best waterfront in NJ, if not the east coast and this is what they came up with?
i agree that the city needs to do a much better job at urban planning, but let's keep in mind that it is only recently that jc is really "taking" off. even in the 90's, jc was shitsville usa and even the west side of manhattan and the brooklyn waterfront were not much further behind.

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If you want to see poor urban planning look no further than the pathetic excuse for a waterfront in jc


seriously, some of the best waterfront in NJ, if not the east coast and this is what they came up with?

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If you want to see poor urban planning look no further than the pathetic excuse for a waterfront in jc

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I think there are redevelopment plans for that entire area including some of the low-rise housing, if I'm not mistaken?

That is one of the more glaring examples of poor urban planning in DTJC.

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any idea of any development plans for the west blocks along marin across from the morgan and powerhouse - it looks like these could be prime development opportunities


I don't have a link handy, but I'm pretty certain that there is already a project proposed for that space/area. I'll have to look online to see if I can find the reference.

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any idea of any development plans for the west blocks along marin across from the morgan and powerhouse - it looks like these could be prime development opportunities

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