The administration is planning to present the city council with a plan for the downtown New Jersey Transit site this upcoming week, according to City Spokesman Juan Melli.
The plan has been in the making for a while and multiple public meetings have been held on the topic.
Late July, Mayor Dawn Zimmer said that the city was close to introducing a finalized plan. This is what will be presented to the city council.
While NJ Transit had been ready to develop the first 1.8 acres of the site—which in total is roughly 52 acres—the city wanted to have a plan in place for the entirety first.
There will be updates on the downtown development, so check back with Patch after the weekend.