Fifty-four acres in central New Jersey was approved for development by the Montgomery Township planning board, according to a Monday announcement from Nehmad Davis & Goldstein law firm in Egg Harbor Township.
NDG attorney Eric Goldstein recently worked to obtain final site plan approval and subdivision relief for the Montgomery Promenade Project in Somerset County. The shopping center will consist of a Whole Foods Market and 14 individual retail buildings.
The NDG team of attorneys presented the application to the Montgomery Township planning board over the span of several hearings, in order to allow the proposed development to move forward.
Goldstein argued that the property is particularly well-suited for the proposed plan of development, and the NDG team worked to satisfy the requirements of the final site plan approval, which will allow for the development of hundreds of thousands of square feet of commercial/retail space.
The project will be a driving economic factor in Somerset County during the construction phase of development. Thereafter, the operational phase of development at the shopping center will create hundreds of jobs, and millions of dollars in tax revenue will be generated for the township and the state of New Jersey.