Monday, November 10, 2014
This mall is running like a ghost mall
By Hank Kalet …. 8:00 AM
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My sense, as I said, is that we probably want to get ahead of the market forces that might otherwise determine the future of the mall. That doesn’t mean mandating what goes there, but looking at the zoning — signage, parking, allowable square footage — and trying to determine what will work best there. In the end, the mall may require a complete renovation — remember, Home Depot revamped the back end of the property to suit its needs. In fact, it may need a fresh start, as we are seeing with the Marketplace on Route 27.
I certainly don’t have the answers, but I would like to hear people asking the questions. So here goes: What would you like to see happen to the South Brunswick Square Mall?
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While I hate the Gooferment doing anything … …
… … it would seem to be a good park and ride.
And, say a service dealer’s intake, Brad Benson? STT?
As well as, it could host a “market” like used to be on Route 18 before WalMart took over.
How about the township gives new business there a 10 tax holiday like NY State is doing?
It’s always the Gooferment causing market distortions.
Micromanaging the Free Market by politicians and bureaucrats is a giant mistake!
Get out of the process to the greatest extent possible!
And, tell me again how the economy has recovered thanks to the FED’s zero rate interest, QE to infinity, and BHO44’s enlightened leadership?
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