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4/5/2019



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NJ Transit seeks developers for Matawan station TOD


NJ Transit and the borough of Matawan are seeking developers interested in bidding on a 7-acre mixed-used, transit-oriented development.
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New Jersey Transit and the borough of Matawan are seeking developers and builders interested in bidding on a 7-acre mixed-used, transit-oriented development (TOD) project adjacent to the Aberdeen-Matawan rail station.

The project's goal is to combine moderate- to high-density residential units with retail, office and community spaces to create a walkable community with easy access to regional amenities and destinations via rail service, according to a NJ Transit press release.

NJ Transit has begun a request for qualifications for the section of property owned by the transit authority. 

Last month, NJ Transit launched a website to host those project documents for interested bidders and development opportunities. 



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