Elton-Adelphia Road Development Moves Forward
JSM at Eaton has proposed a commercial development along Route 9 South in Freehold Township.
A commercial development proposed at Elton-Adelphia Road and Route 9 South in Freehold Township is moving forward. The Freehold Township Committee approved the executing of developer’s agreement with JSM at Eaton during its regular meeting at Town Hall on Tuesday, Oct. 25.
The development, called Towne Center at Freehold, includes a 5,950-square-foot restaurant; a 6,300-square-foot restaurant; a 2,958-square-foot bank; a two-story, 8,352-square-foot daycare center; and an 8,000-square-foot commercial building, according to documents JSM at Eaton, LLC presented to the Planning Board in February.
TD Bank was identified during Planning Board testimony in February as the financial institution that will occupy the bank building. JSM at Eaton attorney John A. Giunco told the land use board that the commercial building would house offices and small stores instead of a large retail facility. The Planning Board approved the preliminary and final site plan on Thursday, Feb. 17.
During its regular meeting, the Township Committee also passed an ordinance revising traffic rules in the area of Jackson Mills Road and Elton-Adelphia Road where the development will be built. No left turns will be permitted entering the commercial property from southbound Jackson Mills Road and westbound Elton-Adelphia Road or exiting the development onto southbound Jackson Mills Road and westbound Elton-Adelphia Road.