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Bowling Center to Become Expanded Entertainment Destination

The Fort Monmouth Economic Revitalization Authority (FMERA) this month approved an agreement for the sale and land-lease of a 2.9-acre parcel in Eatontown, including the Bowling Center, a 17,599-square-foot structure, and Building 682, a 4,270-square-foot wood-frame building built in 1941. Building 682 will be demolished by the purchaser to accommodate the proposed large-scale renovation and […]

Fort Monmouth Economic Revitalization Authority (FMERA) to Support Expansion of Family Promise of Monmouth County

FMERA and Family Promise of Monmouth County soon will enter into a Purchase and Sale Agreement that will allow Family Promise, a nonprofit organization, to renovate Building 501, an approximately 2,832 square-foot building on Malterer Avenue, with the purpose of providing Homeless Support Services. The conveyance of this property will fulfill one of FMERA’s federal […]

FMERA Board Action Encourages Redevelopment of Former Myer Center Site in Tinton Falls

FMERA Board Action Encourages Redevelopment of Former Myer Center Site in Tinton Falls OCEANPORT, N.J. (September 21, 2017) –  At its September Board meeting last night, the Fort Monmouth Economic Revitalization Authority (FMERA) took action that will facilitate the sale and ultimate redevelopment of approximately 36 acres on the Fort in Tinton Falls. The acreage, […]

FMERA Approves Agreement for Sale of Suneagles Golf Course

Advancing its plans for redevelopment of a 171-acre parcel in the Eatontown section of the Fort, the Fort Monmouth Economic Revitalization Authority (FMERA) Board this month approved entry into a Purchase and Sale and Redevelopment Agreement (PSARA) with Martelli Development Group, LLC for Suneagles Golf Course.  The parcel includes historic Gibbs Hall, Joe’s Sports Bar/19th […]

Invitation to Bid Issued for Demolition of Myer Center

In coordination with the Fort Monmouth Economic Revitalization Authority (FMERA), the New Jersey Economic Development Authority this month issued an Invitation to Bid to demolish the approximately 700,000-square-foot Myer Center, located at Pearl Harbor Avenue and Corregidor Road in the Tinton Falls section of Fort Monmouth. The Myer Center is an obsolete, circa-1954 Cold War-era research […]