Colgate-Palmolive campus set for redevelopment

via - After more than 60 years, the former Morris Township/Morristown site of the Colgate-Palmolive company will make way for mixed-use redevelopment. Whippany-based JMF Properties acquired the property and plans both residential and retail uses for the 64-acre site, including a 150,000-square-foot shopping center, 143 townhomes and 60 rental units. The majority of the development will… Continue reading Colgate-Palmolive campus set for redevelopment

38 Units Above Ground Floor Retail Space Proposed

Over the last decade, like many other communities across the state, Morristown has experienced a surge in residential and commercial development, particularly in its downtown area close to the Morristown Green. The community, which is the county seat of Morris County, is known for its wide variety of shops and restaurants, historical attractions, walkability, and transportation access,… Continue reading 38 Units Above Ground Floor Retail Space Proposed

Development In Morristown: Something Old, Something New

via Jersey Digs - One of the oldest towns in New Jersey has become the poster child for “smart growth” and with the continued shift towards walkable living being desired, the military capital of the American Revolution is adding some modern housing to its historic landscape. Morristown, just over 18,000 people and about 40 miles from… Continue reading Development In Morristown: Something Old, Something New