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Planning Board, June 04, 2020 - 7:00PM
Morristown Town, Morris County, New Jersey

M-Station East, LLC (Click for exhibits, plans & application documents)
Application 20-01
Block 4901, Lots 7-8; Block 3505, Lots 1-3, 10, 10.01, 11-14, and 15.01
Description
Applicant proposes to demolish the existing structures, eliminate the existing surface parking, and construct two mixed-use office/retail buildings and a parking garage. The Applicant also proposes a lot line adjustment to consolidate lots, as well as adjust lot lines in the public right-of-way. The proposed development will include new construction as follows: (a) a seven (7) story building consisting of 233,770 gross square feet of office area and 19,400 gross square feet of retail area; (b) a six (6) story building consisting of 118,900 gross square feet of office area and 10,130 gross square feet of retail area; (c) a parking garage containing 889 parking spaces; and (d) other site improvements such as 33 surface parking spaces, landscaping, pedestrian improvements, road reconfiguration of Spring Place, and a new roundabout on Morris Street.

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