The Old Orchard Country Club in Eatontown is moving closer to its transformation into an age-restricted housing development with open space and commercial uses on the highway. A recent ordinance amendment established new zoning regulations for the 94-year-old golf course, allowing up to 145 age-restricted, single-family homes with amenities off of Route 71 (Monmouth Road) and commercial development on Route 36. The firm, through Shareholder Jennifer S. Krimko represents the contract purchaser and future developer of Old Orchard. She addressed the Council at the hearing on the Ordinance and her sharing her statements on the zoning framework and the balance being struck between her client and the community is highlighted in this NJ.com article.
Jennifer is co-chair of Ansell.Law’s Land Use & Zoning Department. Our attorneys assist clients in navigating land development. They offer thorough advice on zoning due diligence and development prospects, managing the process from planning to compliance. From small renovations to large commercial projects, our attorneys are prepared to guide clients through the approval process. Please contact Jennifer for more information.