Category: Planning & Permits By Steve Williams Nov 12
The Borough of Chatham has invited qualified developers to submit proposals for the redevelopment of the Post Office Plaza Redevelopment Area. Chatham Borough’s Mayor and Borough Council are interested in your thoughts on this important project for the future of our town. We would appreciate resident input on this topic. Please take a few moments to complete the following questions and please feel free to leave additional comments on this issue in the comments section if you wish, or email the Borough if you have any questions ([email protected]). To learn more about this project, come and attend the Post Office Plaza Public Workshop at Chatham Public Library on Wednesday, November 28th from 7-8.30pm where we’ll be happy to answer any and all questions you may have. Note that there ar... View more
What kinds of retail/services, as proposed by developers, would you most like to see? (choose three)

Fitness center
 
24 votes
Restaurant
 
214 votes
Nightlife (kid friendly)
 
84 votes
Nightlife
 
83 votes
Boutique shops
 
100 votes
Brewery
 
102 votes
Music venue
 
38 votes
Arcade
 
6 votes
Escape rooms
 
2 votes
Community classes/experiences
 
31 votes
Would you like to see new office space downtown?

  Yes
 
42 votes
  No
 
207 votes
Would you or someone you know use a coworking space? (coworking spaces are shared, furnished office spaces available for small businesses and entrepreneurs who require working spaces, but wish to avoid the overhead implicit with renting or purchasing)

  Yes
 
60 votes
  No
 
197 votes
Are you considering downsizing or looking for a rental within the next five years?

  Yes
 
55 votes
  No
 
209 votes
Would you be interested in a developer providing space and technical support for a business association between new development and the existing downtown?

  Yes
 
181 votes
  No
 
59 votes
Would you consider additional units or height if the economics could provide funding to support traffic improvements in the downtown?

  Yes
 
168 votes
  No
 
94 votes
Would you consider additional units or height if the economics could provide 150 new public parking parking spaces in the downtown?

  Yes
 
152 votes
  No
 
111 votes
Would you consider additional units or height if the economics could provide improved pedestrian safety and new public spaces in the downtown?

  Yes
 
189 votes
  No
 
69 votes