pressofAtlanticCity reports the opening of a new modular home builder and sales office in Ship Bottom, New Jersey, has been delayed while the state Department of Transportation (DOT) approves changes to the site that once housed a gas station. Developer Nicholas Garofolo has plans for the once-acre site to include engineering, architecture, interior design, financing, kitchen and bath design, as well as space for the state’s Department of Environmental Protection. Having received approval from the borough’s Land Use Board, Garofolo intends to erect three modular home models as well as a 1,725 square foot office. His company, Circul Custom Homes Builders, has three homes currently planned on Long Beach Island along the Intracoastal Waterway. The three modular home sites were previously occupied by houses that were torn down.
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