On Wednesday (Jan. 12) Whole Foods Market of Madison will be donate five percent of every customer's total to Community Soup Kitchen and Outreach Center in Morristown. As part of the store's community day they will donate a portion of all sales from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. What an easy way to help give… Continue reading Grocery Shop To Help The Hungry
It is a new year and if you are looking for something new to do, this Friday (Jan. 7) the Gregg Allman Band will play at the Community Theatre in Morristown. Gregg Allman was named one of the 100 greatest vocalists of the rock era by Rolling Stone magazine in 2009. His performances are known… Continue reading Greg Allman Band Coming To Morristown
The Nation-wide effort, Project Homeless Connect will be in Morristown Today (Dec. 9) from 10 a.m to 2 p.m. at St. Peter's Episcopal Church. Morris County has participated in the efforts since 2005 and was the first to NJ county to join and now 21 NJ counties participate annually. Services include connections to agencies that… Continue reading Project Homeless Connect In Morristown
Metro Residential did a feature on Morristown, NJ.
The Professional Builder ran this story about the beautiful 40 Park: Since 40 Park opened in April 2010, it has been an impressive example of the positive impact mixed-use development can have. Located in the downtown redevelopment zone of Morristown, N.J., 40 Park replaces Epstein's, a popular department store. The mid-rise building comprises six floors… Continue reading Morristown’s 40 park: Glamour on the Green
MorristownPatch.com posted the following interview with Debra Tantleff (Roseland Property Company) about the new residential offerings in Morristown. Let's take a look: Alison Minion recently sat down with Debra Tantleff, vice president of development for Roseland Property Company, and asked her to walk through the numbers. In the first installment of the interview, posted on… Continue reading Breaking Down the New Residential Offerings
Beginning in 2004, the partnership of Roseland Property Company and Woodmont Properties developed four major projects in Morristown. Combined, these developments represent more than 500 residential units and over 30,000 square feet of retail and restaurant space. In just six years, these developers have invested over $500 million in Morristown. That's a lot of green… Continue reading The Goal: ‘A Dynamic Retail Base for Downtown’
Our utility bills could see a 5% decrease! Jersey Central Power & Light is seeking permission from state regulators for a $180 million rate decrease. If approved by the state Board of Public Utilities, the reduced rates would take effect on Jan. 1, 2011. That's exciting, now we can enjoy the A/C at our 40… Continue reading Utilities Could See Decrease Soon