1 Civic Square, Irvington NJ 07111
Strategic Redevelopment in Irvington...
- Return Underutilized, Obsolete and Unproductive Land and Buildings to the Tax Rolls.
- Turn around and Stabilize Deteriorated Neighborhoods.
- Preserve the Economic Vitality of Springfield Avenue.
- Create Gateway Vistas.
- Establish Amenities to Attract Regional Activity: White Linen Restaurants,
- Family Dining, Hotels, Big Box Retail.
- Encourage Widespread Reinvestment and Employment in Irvington
- Apply for Redeveloper Designation Click here.
The Township has five designated Redevelopment Areas. Please click on the appropriate link for a redevelopment plan of the area.
- East Ward I-II Plan
- Coit Street Phase I Plan
- Mill Road I Redevelopment Plan
- Urban Enterprise Zone Plan
- Scattered Sites 2006 Redevelopment Plan
- Get Strategic Target Areas Click here
- Get Irvington's Brownfield Development Area Click here
- Download Irvington's 2002 Master Plan Click here
- Download Zoning Ordinance. Click here.
- Download Zoning Map. Click here
- Download Powerpoint of Target Areas Market Analysis Click here
- Irvington Demographic Portrait Click here.
Township Properties Available for Sale to Redevelopers:
1. 42- 46 Cordier Street. .75 acres. Uses: Mixed Use, industrial, Commercial. Dilapidated structure. Requires brownfield cleanup
2. 123 Coit Steet and 127 Coit Street. .50 acres. Dilapidated structures. Uses: Mixed Use, Commercial, Industrial. Requires brownfield cleanup.
3. Irvington General Hospital site. 8 acres. Environmentally clean with 1 structure. Currently vacant.
4. Property Auction scheduled for Friday October 22, 2010 in Municipal Chambers. For More Info CLICK HERE
Redevelopment Meetings where you can discuss these and other properties are held
every Tuesday at 2:30 P.M. in Room 101 of the Township Building. No need to make an appointment.
For inquiries contact Wayne Bradley, PP/AICP, Business Administrator at (973) 399-6621 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mayor Wayne Smith, second from left, joins other local and state officials at the demolition ceremony for the former Pabst Brewery. The site will be reconstructed as a $33 million commercial and residential complex and is expected to catalyze redevelopmentin the East Ward of Irvington, which claims one-fifth of the 10-acre property.