Flemington Glass Master Plan and Townhomes

Flemington, New Jersey

The JAI team led the design and master planning team for 59 residential units located on a 4.5-acre site in Flemington, New Jersey. In the downtown district, 60% of the buildings are on the National Register of Historic Places. Known as the town that held the Lindbergh baby kidnapping trial in 1935, Flemington has had little significant development on its Main Street for over 40 years.

The two- and three-story homes create a neighborhood fabric. Prototype unit plans, including single-family and duplex units, were developed and assembled to create different options for both market rate and affordable housing.

The plan called for construction in two phases. Phase One involved the 3 acres between Main and Broad Streets. In addition to condos, it called for 3,789 square feet of commercial space on Main Street. Phase Two includes condos on the 1.5 acres between Broad and William Streets. After review by both Flemington’s Planning Board and Historic Preservation Commission, the project was approved in February 2012.

PROJECT DETAILS

The JAI team led the design and master planning team for 59 residential units located on a 4.5-acre site in Flemington, New Jersey. In the downtown district, 60% of the buildings are on the National Register of Historic Places. Known as the town that held the Lindbergh baby kidnapping trial in 1935, Flemington has had little significant development on its Main Street for over 40 years.

The two- and three-story homes create a neighborhood fabric. Prototype unit plans, including single-family and duplex units, were developed and assembled to create different options for both market rate and affordable housing.

The plan called for construction in two phases. Phase One involved the 3 acres between Main and Broad Streets. In addition to condos, it called for 3,789 square feet of commercial space on Main Street. Phase Two includes condos on the 1.5 acres between Broad and William Streets. After review by both Flemington’s Planning Board and Historic Preservation Commission, the project was approved in February 2012.





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Flemington Glass Master Plan and Townhomes

Flemington, New Jersey

Client

Dallas-Bellin Developers (Now GTB Partners, LLC)

Size

4000
4.5

Completion

2012

Cost

Services Provided

Master Planning
Architectural Design
Key Personnel

daryl-johnson-aia-ncarb,emily-haire-ncarb-leed-ap

Awards

Address(es)

,Flemington,New Jersey,08822
Rooms

Housing Units

59

Seats

59

Consultant(s)

Reference(s)

Flemington Glass Master Plan and Townhomes

Flemington, New Jersey

The JAI team led the design and master planning team for 59 residential units located on a 4.5-acre site in Flemington, New Jersey. In the downtown district, 60% of the buildings are on the National Register of Historic Places. Known as the town that held the Lindbergh baby kidnapping trial in 1935, Flemington has had little significant development on its Main Street for over 40 years.

The two- and three-story homes create a neighborhood fabric. Prototype unit plans, including single-family and duplex units, were developed and assembled to create different options for both market rate and affordable housing.

The plan called for construction in two phases. Phase One involved the 3 acres between Main and Broad Streets. In addition to condos, it called for 3,789 square feet of commercial space on Main Street. Phase Two includes condos on the 1.5 acres between Broad and William Streets. After review by both Flemington’s Planning Board and Historic Preservation Commission, the project was approved in February 2012.

PROJECT DETAILS

The JAI team led the design and master planning team for 59 residential units located on a 4.5-acre site in Flemington, New Jersey. In the downtown district, 60% of the buildings are on the National Register of Historic Places. Known as the town that held the Lindbergh baby kidnapping trial in 1935, Flemington has had little significant development on its Main Street for over 40 years.

The two- and three-story homes create a neighborhood fabric. Prototype unit plans, including single-family and duplex units, were developed and assembled to create different options for both market rate and affordable housing.

The plan called for construction in two phases. Phase One involved the 3 acres between Main and Broad Streets. In addition to condos, it called for 3,789 square feet of commercial space on Main Street. Phase Two includes condos on the 1.5 acres between Broad and William Streets. After review by both Flemington’s Planning Board and Historic Preservation Commission, the project was approved in February 2012.





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