A proposed addition to the Atrium, at left, would be built between the existing structure and the neighboring Riverview Towers, right. The parking lot in the foreground, bound by Riverside Avenue and West Front Street, is slated for upgrades by the Atrium’s owner. (Click to enlarge)
The owner of a luxury senior citizens’ high-rise in Red Bank has curtailed its plans to nearly double the size of the facility with a proposed 12-story addition on Riverside Avenue, redbankgreen has learned.
Instead, Springpoint Senior Living formerly PHS Senior Living, and before that, Presbyterian Homes will revert to an older, approved plan for just six stories, says Springpoint chief operating officer Chuck Mooney.
The move was driven largely by economics, Mooney said. But it was also taken to head off a battle with residents of the neighboring Riverview Towers high-rise, he acknowledged.
“We are concerned about having a protracted series of hearings” at the zoning board, Mooney said.