Moore Secures Historic Landmark and Site Plan Approval for Rehabilitation of Hahne's and Company Department Store Building

December 26, 2016

Marsha M. Moore secured Historic Landmark and Site Plan approvals for the developer, 609 Broad Street, LLC, to rehabilitate the former Hahne's and Company department store building to develop a mixed-use project consisting of ground floor retail, commercial and office space on the upper floors, residential units on the upper floors and a proposed new fifth floor penthouse. The project also includes the construction of a maximum new twelve-story, 103-unit mixed-use building at the vacant corner of Halsey and New Streets, including ground-floor retail. The proposed new mixed-use building would be connected to the existing Hahne building via a shared lobby area with atrium lighting. In total, the two buildings are proposed to contain a maximum of 212 residential units and commercial and/or office space, including a Rutgers University Art School and Whole Foods Market. A new parking garage is proposed at the basement level with approximately 213 parking spaces.
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