• Bloomfield Avenue Developer Loses Again

    Dennis Handel has failed for a second time to win approval of his plans for a mixed-used building at 176-200 Bloomfield Avenue. In a vote just before midnight after 12 months of hearings, the Verona Planning Board declined...

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  • Two-Family, Or One?

    There aren’t many two-family homes in Verona, and the ones that are here are rarely on the market. In the four-plus years that MyVeronaNJ.com has been reporting on real estate in Verona, only eight have come on...

    • Posted 1 week ago
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  • Old House, New House, Tree House

    Verona is a town of mostly old houses: 5 Kenwood Avenue, which is new to the real estate market this weekend, was built 1931, while 135 Park Avenue, a stately colonial, was constructed opposite Verona Park in...

    • Posted 2 weeks ago
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  • Historic Victorian Listed For Sale

    The house at 70 Fairview Avenue sits so far back from the street that most Veronans–even those who travel Fairview Avenue daily–might not realize that it exists. Those who have seen it might not know that, once...

    • Posted 3 weeks ago
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  • Learn To Be A Better Gardener

    The Rutgers Master Gardeners of Essex County–which includes Verona’s own Suzanne Broullon–are inviting the public to “Let’s Talk Vegetable Gardening” on Saturday, August 23, from 10 a.m. to noon at the Teaching Garden located at Presby Memorial...

    • Posted 3 weeks ago
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  • 3 New Listings, 5 Open Houses, 3 Price Cuts

    Verona real estate isn’t taking a summer vacation this year. The market, which has been white-hot since January, added three more listings this weekend, one of which is a two-story penthouse with perhaps the best views of...

    • Posted 3 weeks ago
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  • Real Estate For A Million–And Less

    To buy into Verona, you generally don’t have to spend a million dollars. We’re not Manhattan, after all, where a postage-stamp sized apartment with a partially obstructed view can fetch more than six figures. Prior to this...

    • Posted 1 month ago
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  • 11 Open Houses

    It’s easy to tour one or two open houses on a Sunday afternoon. At four, the details might begin to blur. At 11–which is how many open houses there are in Verona now–you’ve got to have a...

    • Posted 1 month ago
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  • DMH2 Plan Heads To Final Meeting

    The end may finally be in sight: DMH2 LLC, the developer looking to level the steeply wooded lots at 176 and 200 Bloomfield Avenue for a mixed-used building, presented its final witness to the Verona Planning Board...

    • Posted 1 month ago
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  • Bloomfield Ave. Developer Changes Tack Again

    After months of insisting that the lots at 176 and 200 Bloomfield Avenue were largely open space, developer Dennis Handel has a new report that presents them as just the opposite. During previous sessions in front of...

    • Posted 1 month ago
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