Something that always interests me and I’m sure many of you are wondering “hmm what is this project?” You’re traveling around town and notice a project, but there’s no one to ask, so you’re wondering “I wonder if anyone knows about this build?”.
In this latest project, I was traveling along Highway 9 just south of Manahawkin in Eagleswood Township. Several people have asked me if I know what is being built here and honestly, I don’t. I took some photos of the project area and now I’m going to post them for you to see and maybe share any information you may have.
In my opinion, this is a residential development project. A new subdivision. In fact, it is located next to another residential development. Sure, it might not be, but my idea is a new housing estate. Located on Route 9 at Township of Eagleswood.
The project is currently clearing what appears to be housing lots and enough for several dozen homes possibly. If you think you know what this project is about, please post your comments below and let us know. I tried looking for any kind of signage but didn’t see any indicating the project.
This area of Southern Ocean County continues to grow and I wouldn’t be surprised if it was a subdivision. The building is near Eagleswood Elementary School.
If it is a housing estate, it looks like it may be several blocks of houses. Not a huge housing estate, but big enough for a few dozen families to move into ocean county.
I look forward to your input and will see if when can resolve this issue in Eagleswood Township.
Thank you for taking the time to peruse this article and view one of our latest projects here in beautiful Ocean County, New Jersey.
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