County Planning Board Awards Dinner
Neptune Township received two merit awards at the 57th Annual Monmouth County Planning Board Awards Dinner. Midtown Commons was recognized for it’s first phase of redevelopment on West Lake Avenue. Midtown Commons is a 51,000 square foot, $18.5 million office and health center. The first tenant is the Family Health Center from Jersey Shore University Medical Center. The NJ Division of Taxation will be moving into 15,000 feet of space and bringing 75 permanent jobs. The Transit Village Study Land Use Plan complied by T & M Associates was recognized for it’s concepts that promote transit-oriented uses and guidelines to protect the aesthetics and function of the public realm. They were commended for incorporating public feedback in the plan.