• Fort Monmouth LRA to Consider Changes to Reuse Plan as Needed0

    If proposals from developers to purchase or lease property at the former Fort Monmouth, N.J., conflict with the post’s reuse plan, the LRA will revise it on a building-by-building basis rather than by overhauling the entire plan. Officials from the redevelopment authority and representatives from Cushman & Wakefield told the Asbury Park Press that it does not make sense to redo the entire plan as that would require approval from the towns of Eatontown, Oceanport and Tinton Falls, the state of New Jersey and the Army …

  • Developers, Retailers, Universities Eye Walter Reed Property0

    As the District of Columbia prepares to search for a master developer for the former Walter Reed Army Medical Center, a variety of national grocers and other retailers are considering locating there. The site’s reuse plan calls for a town center to satisfy the Upper Northwest Washington neighborhood’s need for more retail options. The 66.6 acres of the property available for local reuse will feature 3.1 million square feet of development, including 212,000 square feet of retail ….

  • Horsham LRA Approves Final Reuse Plan for NAS Willow Grove0

    Two years after it began work on a blueprint for redeveloping the former Naval Air Station Willow Grove, the Horsham LRA on Wednesday approved a mix of housing, retail and open space for the 900-acre site located outside of Philadelphia. For local residents, perhaps the most important element of the plan is what it doesn’t call for — preserving the airfield for a commercial airport …