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Major Redevelopment Project Approved in Fort Lee

The Fort Lee Planning Board has approved plans for a major mixed-use development that implements a redevelopment plan prepared by Phillips Preiss Grygiel. Continue Reading >

Richard Preiss to Receive Award from New Jersey Planning Officials

Phillips Preiss Grygiel LLC is pleased to announce that Richard Preiss will be honored with an Achievement in Planning Award from the New Jersey Planning Officials. Continue Reading >

PPG Reviewing Major Development Application in New Milford

PPG has been retained by the Borough of New Milford, NJ to provide planning services related to a major developable parcel owned by United Water. Continue Reading >

Union City Adopts New Land Development Ordinance

Union City, NJ has adopted a new Land Development Ordinance prepared by Phillips Preiss Grygiel, which is the City's first comprehensive overhaul of its zoning regulations in over 50 years. Continue Reading >

Bethlehem Gets Federal Grant to Implement Eastern Gateway Plans

The City of Bethlehem, PA has received a $450,000 grant to help implement the Eastern Gateway Plan prepared by PPG and Project for Public Spaces. Continue Reading >

Solar Arrays for Fully Developed Office Complex

PPG recently provided the planning testimony in support of a use variance application unanimously approved by the Bridgewater Zoning Board of Adjustment to locate solar arrays in an office complex parking lot. Continue Reading >

PPG Principals to Present at New Jersey Planning Conference

PPG Principals Paul A. Phillips and Paul Grygiel will be session presenters at the 2011 New Jersey Planning Conference on November 4th in New Brunswick. Continue Reading >

PPG Helps Position Bethlehem’s Eastern Gateway for Revitalization

A joint team of PPG and Project for Public Spaces recently concluded its Eastern Gateway project for the City of Bethlehem, PA. The plan recommended a number of “lighter, quicker, cheaper” streetscape improvements and provided a clear-eyed assessment of the redevelopment potential of a key entrance point to the city. Continue Reading >

NJ COAH Eliminated, More Changes to Come

The New Jersey Council on Affordable Housing (COAH) was eliminated effective August 29, 2011, consistent with Governor Christie's June 29, 2011 issuance of Reorganization Plan No. 001-2011, which also transferred all functions, powers, duties and personnel of COAH to the Commissioner of the Department of Community Affairs (DCA). Continue Reading >

Keenan Hughes and Elizabeth Leheny Named Principals

Phillips Preiss Grygiel LLC has named Keenan Hughes, AICP, PP, LEED AP and Elizabeth Leheny, AICP, PP principals of the firm. Continue Reading >