Following up on the success of Clifton Main Mews, Regan Development has embarked on a mission to transform a historically significant structure into a community resource, providing high quality rental apartments at rents that make sense for everyday budgets. At 1,000 Main Avenue in Clifton, the development team is about to start construction to revitalize the historic Passaic Worsted Mills building. Clifton Main Mews II is being created from this historically distinct, three-story “U”-shaped red brick and multiple bay factory building that was originally built in 1895 to house a wool mill. This venture will revitalize this historic piece of Clifton, transforming it into 92 modern rental residences for local members of the workforce.
Upon completion, residents will enter through a centrally located lobby on the first floor that also houses the community room, laundry and management office. The rest of the development houses 18 one-bedroom units, 69 two-bedroom units and 5 three-bedroom units, each of which includes Energy Star dishwashers, refrigerators, individually controlled air-conditioning. There is a clear need for well-priced new rental housing in this part of New Jersey. Regan Development has recognized this need and is working with the City of Clifton and the State of New Jersey to bring a historic mill back to life, once again enhancing the community. Regan Development is proud to create this opportunity while also giving a mill older than Clifton a new lease on life. Construction is expected to commence in Spring 2018.