24-unit condominium complex approved to replace Belmar Inn – Star News Group
BELMAR — A project to build a 24-unit condominium complex on the 12th Avenue site of the Belmar Inn was approved by the borough’s urban planning council on July 28. The proposal, under discussion since 2018, faces public opposition.
According to Edelman Investment Group LLC’s site application, the building will have “three floors of living units,” along with a fourth unit for parking. Each of the 24 units will have two bedrooms.
The Belmar Inn structure is to be razed to make way for the new complex, which will be located at 112-114 12th Avenue and 108-108 ½ 12th Avenue, according to the meeting agenda.
Opponents of the project, including Steve Bloom of A Street, said while they welcome the replacement of the Belmar Inn, the borough’s master plan calls for single-family homes or townhouses on the site, rather than a large condominium building, which they consider unsuitable. to the character of the neighborhood.
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