WALL TOWNSHIP — The preliminary and final site plan for a multifamily age-restricted [55 and over] community to be located at 1809 Atlantic Avenue was approved by the Planning Board during a public meeting on Monday.
The Applicant, Sea Glass LLC., now has approval from the Planning Board to demolish an existing single-family residence to construct five three-story residential buildings containing 52 bedroom dwelling units, 10 of which are classified as affordable units.
The property is just east of the Atlantic Club, on the opposite side of Atlantic Avenue. It is also bordered on the east by an 11,000 square-foot office building occupied by VHB+Brinkerhoff Environmental Services.
William Kurtz, a licensed engineer and co-owner of Sea Glass LLC., expects construction on the four-acre parcel, which is currently zoned for affordable housing, to begin sometime in 2023. The Planning Board approval covers the first phase of construction.
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