More rental cars coming to Hoboken
Avis car rental opens in Hoboken, NJ
53 spaces on two floors – which doesn’t take street parking away from residents the way the Hertz On Demand program works (and it gets people free exercise to walk to the garage!)
Avis Budget Car Rental wants 53 parking spaces in uptown Hoboken
Received this letter from the Hoboken Planning Board the other day – indicating that Avis Budget Car Rental wants to move 53 cars into the ProPark Parking Garage on 15th Street.
Normally not a big deal since it’s not taking away on-street parking – but apparently some kind of “rental booth” (Fotomat – remember those?) will need to be constructed, thus the planning board requirement.
Swing by City Hall on March 20th if you have a sick aversion to cars, or are completely bored that day…
NOTICE OF HEARING HOBOKEN PLANNING BOARD
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that Avis Budget Group, Inc. (the “Applicant“), having an address at 90-20 Grand Central Parkway, East Elmhurst, New York 11369, has filed an application (the “Application“) with the Zoning Board of Adjustment of the City of Hoboken (the “Board“) pertaining to the previously approved planned unit development commonly known as Hudson Tea or Hoboken Cove, situated on certain property within the I-I(W) zone, identified on the tax maps of the City of Hoboken as Block 255, Lot 4.03; Block 264, Lot 3.1; Block 268.1, Lots 1, 2, 3, and 4; Block 269.2, Lot 1; Block 269.3, Lot 1; and Block 269.4, Lot 1 (collectively, the “PUD“).
The Application seeks an interpretation of Section 196-27.1.B(5) of the City of Hoboken Zoning Ordinance (the “Ordinance“) for a determination as to whether or not a use variance is necessary to construct a car rental booth and to use approximately fifty three (53) parking spaces within the Hoboken Cove garage (located on the Block 255, Lot 4.03) for car rental services and related purposes (collectively, the “Proposed Use“). The Application requests, in the alternative, a use variance for the Proposed Use. The Application also seeks amended preliminary and final site plan approval for the Proposed Use.
In addition, the Applicant seeks such other variances, waivers, exceptions, interpretations, approvals and/or other relief from the Ordinance -as may be necessary or desirable in connection with the Application.
Any interested person or persons will have an opportunity to be heard at the public hearing on the Application to be held on March 20, 2012 at 7:00 P.M., at City Hall, 94 Washington Street, Hoboken, New Jersey. The Application, plans and other related documents are available for public inspection in the Board office at City Hall, 94 Washington Street, Hoboken, New Jersey, during regular business hours.Hoboken NJ