With the start of the new year comes the first trickle of applications for development in Seaside Heights as the town’s building boom continues.
At a workshop meeting of the borough’s planning board this week, two additional subdivisions were proposed, each of which will eventually be developed with two new, single-family homes. Both subdivisions consist of 40-by-100 foot lots that will be converted into the standard 20-by-100 size allowed in Seaside Heights’ residential zone in order to create space for the four new structures.
The first subdivision is proposed for 244 Fremont Avenue, said attorney Matthew Heagen, who represents the property owner.
“The plan is to subdivide it into 20-by-100 parcels that comply with all of the ordinances with regard to setbacks, height, etcetera,” Heagen said. “No variances are being sought at this time.”
Similarly, the second subdivision – being proposed at 29 Hamilton Avenue, next to a privately-owned parking facility – is expected to comply with borough codes.
“My clients are going to propose demolishing the existing single-family home and constructing two single-family homes on fully-conforming lots,” said Dante Alfieri, the attorney representing that property owner.
The formal hearings on the subdivisions are expected to be heard at the board’s Jan. 29 regular meeting.