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Longview @ Old Tappan was a
very sophisticated development.
It was originally  Northern Valley
swim club and Longwood Racket
club, an indoor tennis facility. The
swim club pool was a natural
under ground spring which run
constantly into the pool. The pool
was like a large pond like
swimming hole.

The pool had a overflow which
was piped into the wetlands and
eventually drained into
Dorotockey's run. The about 6
acres of wetlands were donated
to the Borough of Old Tappan.
The racket club was comprised of
a large steel building with the
tennis courts inside.

The zoning was 1 acre or if you
met the criteria you could elect to
build Townhouses instead. This
was a higher density zone to
provide for Mount Laurel
requirements. The Borough had
create this ordinance to create
lower income housing
incorporated into the market rate
housing. The idea when over very
well and many large properties
were getting approvals to build
townhouses.  

We could by the new zone build
about 80 townhouses on the
property. However, the ambitious
moves by property owners cause
some caution to residence and
the Mayor and Council. Mayor
Edward Gallagher was very
concerned with the overload to
the borough's ability to take all
this high density development but
he also had to meet court
mandated requirements. The
Mayor looked for alternatives and
we found one an increased
density  single family home
development.

We met with the Borough and the
State of New Jersey Council for
Affordable Housing. The group
negotiated a new zone for
housing to allow a higher density,
There was other land owners at
the meeting but they would not
accept the settlement and stood
their ground to have townhouses.
This was in about 1995-1996 and
about 7 years later they took a
higher density single family zone
also.

As the Broker I handle all the
formalities with the governmental
bodies. Soon to sell the property
to a builder, Redmore Associates
LLC, Raymond Reduce Sr. After
planning board approvals Ray
build the homes and I  marketed
them for sale. We worked
together to develop the plans.
There is  24 lots plus 1 out parcel
which was bought later. A large
variety of plans were needed to
get the feel we wanted. Ray and I
had another development which
was just finished prior to this one,
Vintage Oaks @ Park Ridge.

The introduction of these higher
density zones brought along the
beginning of municipal sewers to
the Borough. At the developer's
expense many sewer lines and
trunks were installed.

Richard
History of Longview
The two homes directly to the
right were built by Redco
Development Corp, Ronnie and
Ray Jr. Reduce.
The plans were modification I
did to pre-sell these homes.
The lots were past over by the
builders who had the contract
with Hackensack Water Co. to
build and sell the homes.
We found it as a good find. The
lots were low and needed fill.
We got the fill from another job
in town, Lone cedar Ct.
I was the procuring broker in
the land sale of Lone cedar and
the Redco knew the excavator.
We were able to get great bank
run sand from them to level the
yards.
The last four new homes are
at Mckittrick Ct.. The property
was developed and the
homes were built and sold by
Richard Stabile
.