A developer backed off of plans to redevelop the land in 2012.
Maybe there's a market for something a little more upscale like a Wholefoods or a Wegmans.
If not they should just tear the think down already build a nice park. That would definitely benefit the community. It's even larger than it looks in this picture and a nice well kept park would really improve the value of the surrounding community. They don't need another run of the mill shopping center of the sort you see in this area. If they do that it probably will go out of business as fast as it goes up.
What do you think?
Update: The last I heard was from an article in November 2013 that said they were in the process of pre-domolition The owner is facing over 2 million in fines for fire-code violations.
There is light at the end of the tunnel. Amato said he and Township Council Members have named redevelopers for the sight. “M&M Partners and Lennar Homes have together put up a $25,000 escrow account with the township, explains Amato. Our engineers, our planners, our attorneys are working on a redeveloper agreement and also we’re still in the process of working with the state because we did receive plan endorsement last summer.”
It's 8 months later and this is the last I have heard and as of 3 days ago the structure is still standing.