Real Estate Journal — New Jersey — January 15 - 28, 2016 — 11B
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S outhern N ew J ersey Fahmie represents eight other commercial properties on the Route 9 corridor Linda Fahmie of KW Commercial completes sale of three-acre lot in Little Egg Harbor, NJ L ITTLE EGG HAR- BOR, NJ — Linda Fahmie , president of lodging venue as a possible use for the site.
quality destination entertain- ment retailers, which she has identified as one of the highest and best uses for this develop- ment corridor. According to Fahmie, “This development corridor is accessible to over 30,000,000 people within 1.5 hour drive time and is a ma- rine community ideally located near the Jersey Shore beaches, Atlantic City, & Philadelphia”. Fahmie, along with Dana Lancellotti , director of Ocean County Business Development and Tourism, presented their vision of a family friendly destination entertainment and
“It was very encouraging to see so many leaders in the State of New Jersey in attendance and to feel their enthusiasm for to make good use of the rare development opportunity,” said Fahmie, “It is indeed rare to have a development corridor with en- thusiastic support to promote quality commercial growth in the last large commercial development center south east New Jersey from Forked River to southern Atlantic County.” n
ROI Renovations and De- velopment and commercial realtor with KW Commer- cial , recently completed the sale of 607 Route 9, Little Egg Harbor, a three acre commercial lot located just north of the new 161,000 s/f Super Wal-Mart currently under construction, also sold by Fahmie. Fahmie is also representing eight other com- mercial properties on the Route 9 corridor and one two miles north of the corridor, on Route 539. Due to the CAFRA and Pinelands Act mapping, there are no other corridors avail- able for commercial devel- opment of size and for that reason, Walmart purchased 34 acres, sufficient to build a 161,000 s/f regional super center. “This is the last develop- ment corridor of size remain- ing after the 1973 CAFRA mapping (Costal Area Fa- cility ACT), was approved. The CAFRA Town Center designation permits the com- mercial development up to 70% impervious coverage to encourage concentrated com- mercial development instead of urban sprawl and protect the environmentally sensi- tive areas of the New Jersey Shore,” Fahmie said. The NJ DEP (NJ Depart- ment of Environmental Pro- tection), CAFRA mapping under Coastal Zone Manage- ment rules N.J.A.C. 7:7 delin- eates the CAFRA zones which extends through eight coun- ties of New Jersey, from the coastline of Middlesex County south to Cape May County, west following the Delaware River to Salem County. The properties in this cor- ridor present a very rare opportunity in New Jersey for commercial development. According to Fahmie, “NJ commercial developers will be the first to attest that find- ing appropriately zoned large swaths of land, ready to build with water, sewer, and utili- ties at the road and some with approvals, is extremely rare in this state” One property, 752 Route 9, has approvals for over 100,000 s/f of retail space and another is approved for public storage. Fahmie is working with the local, county, and state officials to plan and attract
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