‘M Station’ and ‘The LW’ return to Morristown council tonight, Aug. 13

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Updated plans for M Station are scheduled for presentation to the Morristown council tonight, Tuesday, Aug. 13, 2019, at 7 pm.

“M Station” is the office/retail redevelopment proposed for the Midtown Shopping Center,  now home to Burger King, Macho Nacho, Cluck U Chicken and other businesses, at Spring and Morris streets.

 

Architect’s rendering of M Station, from presentation of June 13, 2019. Photo by Kevin Coughlin

The council also may approve Morris Street 2015 LLC as the redeveloper of the LW, an 85-unit “Live/Work” apartment complex intended for work-from-home tenants.

Hampshire Realty pitched this project for Morris Street after neighbors vigorously opposed a proposed self-storage facility on the site of a former auto repair shop.

The redevelopment meeting is at town hall, 200 South St.

Preliminary rendering of apartment complex proposed for 175 Morris St., December 2018.
“The LW” : Preliminary rendering of apartment complex proposed for 175 Morris St., December 2018.

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3 COMMENTS

  1. Morristown business storefronts were never colonial Warren. While Morristown is filled with sites and areas of historical interest, none are being destroyed to satisfy any development.
    Morristown and its residents need to understand, accept and appreciate that our town is a destination for more than a handful of historical sites. The market demand for condos, rentals apartments and business space is our town’s opportunity to thrive.
    If Morristown was destine to be a sleepy little town of historic sites and little shops, our town council would have designed the master plan, zoning and ordinances that way decades ago.
    The past and present can coexist. Its evident in what is happening within Morristown right now.
    Developers interest in Morristown should be monitored but encouraged.

  2. These greedy developers have sucked the a out of architecture. Headquarters Plaza is beautiful compared to these cookie cutter monstrosities in our formerly colonial town.

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