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The Shops at Ledgewood Commons

December 20, 2019

Ledgewood Commons Update


We are pleased to share the below update about the construction of Ledgewood Commons. Please keep in mind that circumstances, including weather, can delay construction dates and tenancies.


Planning Board Approvals

-Ledgewood Commons received preliminary site plan approval on May 17, 2017 for the entire site (Memorialized June 7, 2017). Phased construction was permitted by the Planning Board. Walmart, Building “A” and Building “B” have satisfied Resolution Compliance and been issued construction permits. Building “C-1 to C-4” requires a minor revision for Resolution Compliance which should be completed by January.

-Amended site plans with detailed building footprints will be submitted for Buildings “C-5,” “D-1” and “D-2” once tenants are signed.


Anticipated Tenants

-Building “A” – Walmart, Marshalls, Ashley’s, 24-Hour Fitness and an unknown retail tenant

-Building “B” – Barnes and Noble, Men’s Wearhouse, DSW, Alta, 5 Below, unknown retail tenant and unknown restaurant tenant

-Building “C1 to C-4” – Starbucks, 5 Guys, Chipotle and Panda Express


Anticipated Construction

-Walmart – Footings and foundation completed. Walls to go up by end of year/early first quarter 2020. Building to be weather tight by end of March and then proceed to interior fit out. Anticipated Walmart opening by Halloween 2020.

-Building “A” – Marshalls and Ashley’s will continue operation during construction. New Marshalls and renovated Ashley’s to open September 2020. 24-Hour Fitness opening anticipated first or second quarter 2021.

-Building “B” – Men’s Wearhouse will continue operation during construction. All known tenants opening by September 1, 2020

-Old Barnes and Noble Building - Once Barnes and Noble occupy their new Building “B” location, their old building will be demolished and infrastructure installed in association with Building “C-1 to C-4.” Demolition and construction are anticipated to take 8 weeks.

-Building “C-1 to C-4” – All tenants to occupy building by November 1, 2020.           


Route 10 and Mary Louise Avenue Improvements

-All Route 10 and Mary Louise Avenue improvements to be completed by the beginning of August 2020 per lease obligation. All permits and sign-offs, including NJDOT, have been obtained. Currently waiting for JCP&L to relocate utility poles. Anticipated pole relocation to occur now to March 1, 2020. Road improvements to begin March 1, 2020 and be completed by August 2020.<

Monday, July 1, 2019/Author: Shawn Potillo/Number of views (157)/Comments (0)/
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Township of Roxbury Economic Development Business Longevity Recognition Program

Roxbury Township Business Hall of Fame

Roxbury Township Economic Development Committee is proud to recognize two businesses for their long standing commitment to the economic and community growth in our town.  Roxbury Township Business Hall of Fame recognizes businesses in two catogeories, in business at least 25 years or in business at least 50 years in Roxbury Township.

Wednesday, June 26, 2019/Author: Shawn Potillo/Number of views (165)/Comments (0)/
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Planning Board Approves Ledgewood Commons Application

February 6, 2019

Planning Board Approves Ledgewood Commons Application On February 6th, 2019

Roxbury Townships Planning Board unanimously approved the Ledgewood Commons application. The open-air mall will feature a State-of-Art retail Walmart store that is optimized for internet order pickups plus pharmacy and grocery online orders for pick-up.

New stores coming to the mall include Starbucks, DSW shows, Ulta and 24 Hour Fitness. Barn & Nobles will move to a new location. Men’s Warehouse, Marshals and Ashleys will be staying as well.

The Shops at Ledgewood Commons is a 450,000 square feet open-air power center. The well-anchored property is an established destination to meet, eat and shop.

Situated in a notable trade corridor with strong area demographics, the center is conveniently located on Route 10, a quarter of a mile from Route 46 and 2 miles from I-80.




Wednesday, February 6, 2019/Author: John Wetzel/Number of views (311)/Comments (0)/
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Presentation of Certificates of Appreciation

October 4, 2016

The Economic Development Committee is a very active committee made up of local business owners and long-term residents.  Councilmen Behrens, Crowley, and Zoschak serve as  Liaisons to the committee...

Wednesday, February 6, 2019/Author: Host/Number of views (2061)/Comments (0)/
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