News on Hoboken’s proposed Southwest Redevelopment Plan
Hearings resumed before the Hoboken Planning Board on Wednesday regarding the city’s proposed Southwest Redevelopment Plan. Residents have been turning out to give opinions about what kind of development should be built on 17 acres near the city’s southern entrance. While many people want to see parks and other vibrant development constructed there, some are concerned that a few working businesses and historic structures may be demolished.
Wednesday’s hearing gave the public their first chance to comment since the Hoboken Planning Board released their Southwest Redevelopment Study, a 128-page document prepared by Clarke Caton Hintz that makes recommendations about whether portions of the city’s southern entrance meet the criteria for redevelopment.
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