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Planned Toms River Development to Include 42 Apartments, Retail, Office Space and Gas Station

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The intersection of Route 9 and Cox Cro Road in Toms River. (Credit: Google Maps)
The intersection of Route 9 and Cox Cro Road in Toms River. (Credit: Google Maps)

A development planned for a busy Toms River intersection includes two apartment buildings, plus tens of thousands of square feet of medical offices, general office space and a gas station and convenience store.

The developer of the project, Nobility Crest at Dover, LLC, is seeking approval from the township planning board to build the complex at the intersection of Route 9 and Cox Cro Road. It would known as “Cox Cro Crossing” is approved.

The project’s plans call for two buildings which will include 42 one, two and three bedroom apartments; 21,619 square feet of retail commercial space, a 10,000 square foot medical office building and 32,204 square feet of general office space, along with 5,496 square feet set aside for a convenience store and gas station.

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The project will have one access point to Cox Cro Road and two  access points along Route 9, according to plans filed with the township.

The developer is seeking a number of variances for the project, including parcel size – 20 acres are required where just 10.28 are available. Other requested variances surround setbacks and building height – there is a 35-foot height limit while 43 foot structures are proposed. The full list of variances is available at the municipal complex.

The board will take up the matter at its Oct. 18 meeting, which begins at 6 p.m. at the municipal complex.

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  • Sue Giannella

    Who is paying for it?? The taxpayers again? How many more kids in the overcrowded schools?? Are the shore properties paying for this with overinflated tax bills?? Secede, Ortley Beach…We cannot afford it!!!

    • Lynda Spady

      Chances are they are being build for people who won’t be sending kids to public school, but will require busing to their special interest schools.

  • soldiersmom

    NOT NEEDED