Vertical construction is set to begin for Dunellen Station at the former Art Color industrial facility in Dunellen, NJ. Demolition is complete, building permits have been issued and construction of the $105 million project is expected to start before the end of 2020.
The two existing lots at 100 South Washington Avenue will be subdivided into two new lots that will give rise to a mixed-use development across South Washington Avenue from the Dunellen train station. The plan calls for six four-story buildings with 194 one and two-bedroom market rate apartments and 58 low- to moderate-income units for a total of 252 rental residences. There will also be 130 townhouses spread among four 12-unit stacked townhouse buildings, one 10-unit stacked townhouse building and nine eight-unit townhouse buildings.
Developers are promising many amenities including a fitness center, meeting rooms, clubhouse and outdoor pool and entertainment area.
In addition, there will be 9,240 square-feet of retail space fronting South Washington Avenue and with a planned transit theme and design that complements the neighborhood.