Zoning board testimony is expected to continue next week in a developer’s application to build a nine-story, 150 unit apartment building on a vacant lot in Teaneck.
The high-rise is proposed to be 102 feet tall, above the 44 foot limit for construction, according to a report on NorthJersey.com. The project also calls for a parking structure and 300 spots.
According to the township, developer 1376 Investments LLC is seeking variances for height, setback, site plan approval, parking and others. Amenities at the building would include a gym, enclosed parking and lobby. The building would also include a residents-only entrance on Palisade Avenue and a guest door on Queen Anne Road.
Attorney Jason Tuval, who is representing the developer, said the site is contaminated and would be remediated before any construction begins. New sidewalks and landscaping were also proposed.
A zoning hearing on the project will continue Oct. 17 at 7 p.m. at 818 Teaneck Road.