Warehouses

River Pointe project to be in spotlight again at hearing

A public hearing set for Monday will spotlight a sprawling commercial building plan of nearly 6 million square feet in...
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New Jersey warehouse developer unexpectedly seeks to preserve property as farmland

A bitter four-year fight against a mammoth warehouse project in a rural New Jersey community appears to have unexpectedly ended...
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Model zoning rules: A community tool to cope with warehouses before it’s too late

Communities in New Jersey and Pennsylvania whose inadequate zoning and planning rules left them flat-footed coping with an explosive growth...
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River Pointe Logistics project draws criticism from planners and public

The proposed River Pointe Logistics project near the Delaware River, with its immense building footprints and projected traffic, drew rebukes...
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It’s not too late to remedy warehouse impacts in New Jersey, experts say

Ask Ben Spinelli, the executive director of the Highlands Council, a New Jersey regional planning group, whether there are still...
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New Jersey warehouse opponents create a new coalition

To take a drive along the narrow two-lane roads of Franklin Township in Warren County, N.J., is to take a...
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Proposed Poconos warehouses would harm quality of life and waters, opponents warn

Three warehouses proposed in the Poconos would endanger sensitive wetlands and waterways, pollute the air and undermine the region’s quality...
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