Also, they’re having a crazy Bag Sale event this Saturday!
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Tags: clothing, consignment shop, maplewood, retail, Ridgewood Rd., Sarah Hayden, south orange, Stephen Hayden, Sultan of Sanctuary, vintage shop, West Village Clothing Company
Tags: art, art bender, ArtBender, arts unbound, create, essex county, events, ken krasner, maplewood, maps, marathon, Orange, party, south orange, Sultan of Sanctuary, The Baird, west orange
Enjoy 24 hours of creativity in and around the Oranges
in support of Arts Unbound
1) Come play and paint with Denise Hayden of Funky Fun Art and help her create a fun funky mural that will be displayed at Art in the Park during the South Orange Summer Night series, Wednesday evenings in June and July.
2) Add your career to the Careers of SOMA map that will be created by Ken Krasner and you. Stop by and post your career icon or make your own small one. There will be refreshments! When completed, Ken hopes to have the map displayed at a public spot in town.
5 Mead Street, South Orange, NJ 07079Visit ArtBender to learn more and to see the full map of ArtBender creative hubs
Hey South Orange, Maplewood, Orange and anyone else with art to start or finish.
Check out this amazing new art marathon taking place for 24 hours on May 14-15. Below are links to the website and a fun promo. Get involved!
Tags: energy upgrades, essex county, heating bills, home perfromance with energy star, HPwES, maplewood, new jersey, Real Estate, south orange
Its cold and you want to keep your heating bills at a sane level without freezing.
The state of New Jersey is offering a program that allows homeowners to receive rebates up to $4,000 and interest free financing up to $10,000 for energy upgrades to a residential property – Home Performance with Energy Star (HPwES)
see link for more details
Tags: bread, cheese, farmer's market, maplewood, maplewood indoor farmer's market, meats, slowfoodnnj.org, south orange, the woodland, vegetables
The Farmer’s market will return in June, but for those who enjoy the quality of products from Local Farmers and Food Artisans, come on down to the Woodland (60 Woodland Rd., Maplewood) on February 7 from 12-4. They are selling sustainably raised vegetables, pastured meats, eggs, cheese, bread, baked goods, honey, chocolate, coffee, gelato, organic olive oils, bone broths, homemade chili and much more at The Woodland. $3 suggested donation at entry will benefit Slow Food NNJ’s school and community garden fund and Maplewood Loves Wellness. see link for more info.
Tags: development, Facade Setback, maplewood, Maplewood Planning Board, maplewood post office, Maplewood Redevelopers, Maplewood Village, post office
The site plan of the former Post Office of Maplewood is finally approved for development by Maplewood Redevelopers, LLC. A mixed-use, 20-unit residential and retail building at the site will be constructed.
The planning board recently voted 9-0 in favor and last month the township closed on the sale of the property.
Issues resolved included:
- Facade Setback – there will be a straight vertical building as pictured
- Garage Opening – width settled
- Parking Stalls on North & South Side – widths settled
There will be a transfer of the 5-year tax abatement agreement (PILOT) from the original developer, Maplewood Redevelopers, LLC, a division of JMF Properties, to two new entities: JMF Maplewood LLC and Gladstone of Maplewood LLC.
Tags: arturo's, coda, downtown, maplewood, Perch, village alliance
Celebrate Maplewood’s best downtown win November 14th.
Tags: assessed value, essex county, maplewood, property values, re-assessment, Real Estate, revaluation, seller's market, south orange, taxes
A reassessment of property values is now scheduled in 2016 in the townships of South Orange and Maplewood. The two towns are sharing some of the expenses of the reassessment to save money and the new values will be effective January 1 2017.
The revaluation will hopefully achieve the county’s and the towns’ goals of spreading the tax burden more fairly. Assessed values have fallen below 85% of market values after three years of a hot real estate market featuring consistent growth in property values.
Maplewood’s last assessment was in 2012, after a full revaluation in 2010 and South Orange had a full revaluation in 2008 and a reassessment occurred in 2011. For more info visit the Essex County Tax Board.