MANASQUAN — A public hearing to discuss an application made by Broad Street 34, LLC proposing the construction of housing units on Broad Street has been rescheduled.
The hearing, which was set for Tuesday night, has been pushed back to Tuesday, Oct. 20, according to Planning Board Attorney George McGill.
The special meeting will be held via Zoom at 4 p.m. Instructions to access the virtual meeting will be posted in the planning board agenda, available on the borough website two days prior to the hearing.
The applicant is seeking preliminary and final major site plan approval to demolish the existing structures at 34, 36, 40 and 44 Broad Street for the construction of 22 market rate residential apartments within a multi-family building, a notice from the planning board states.
At that site the applicant proposes landscaping, lighting, drainage, parking, striping, utilities and other related improvements typical of a multi-family development.
According to the site plans, which were included in the planning board agenda packet, the applicant is proposing the construction of a 40-foot-high, 3-and-a-half story building on a 36,577-square-foot lot. As proposed the site would also include 46 parking spaces, two of which would be ADA compliant.
The plans also state that the total estimated time of construction is 215 days.
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