Plans to build apartments in Asbury Park worry neighbors about parking

Plans to build apartments in Asbury Park worry neighbors about parking

A rendering of a proposed apartment building at 1001 First Ave.  In Asbury Park.

ASBURY PARK — A developer has introduced its new concept for an apartment building at 1001 First Ave., cutting 20 apartments from its original plan.

The current concept consists of 114 apartments, which include 23 affordable housing units, 137 parking spaces, a lock-up garage, bike storage and “green features.”

The projected distribution of current apartments includes 20 studio units, 28 one-bedroom units, 12 one-bedroom units, 31 two-bedroom units, four affordable one-bedroom units, and 13 two-bedroom affordable units , and six affordable three-bedroom units. -Bedroom units.

Luke Rudowsky, owner of development company Rudowsky Development, presented the concept to the public at the Oct. 25 City Council meeting to gauge public reaction in hopes of gaining City Council approval.

A rendering of a proposed apartment building at 1001 First Ave.  In Asbury Park.

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“We were brought in because we have a good sense of community,” Rudofsky said.

The company has offices on Bond Street and he stated that this is his 11th project in the city.

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