Teterboro Landing Teterboro | New Jersey

A 55-acre mixed-use development six miles from Manhattan and near the New Jersey Transit Rail Station and Teterboro Airport. This transit-oriented development includes retail, light industrial/flex space and a “Restaurant Row.”

Project Experience Sheet

Project Summary

  • 55-acre, mixed-use development comprised of retail and light industrial/flex space
  • 540,000 square feet of retail and light industrial/flex space including:- 67,000 square feet of retail and restaurant space including a “Restaurant Row” concept which will provide in-demand amenities, dining options, and nightlife to the surrounding communities.

    • 316,000 square feet of retail anchors
    • 156,000 industrial/flex building
  • All development is expected to meet sustainable design and development criteria

Project Highlights

Smart Growth in New Jersey is defined as “an approach to land-use planning that targets the state’s resources and funding in ways that enhance the quality of life for residents.” Teterboro Landing’s Smart Growth qualifications include:

  • Location: Teterboro landing is located adjacent to Teterboro Airport—one of the busiest in the country for private jet travel—and situated within the heavily developed New Jersey Meadowlands Region surrounded by commercial and industrial land uses
  • Sustainable: As a former brownfield, the site will become a modern mixed-use campus built according to sustainable architectural standards
  • A Mix of Uses: Land uses including retail and light industrial/flex will provide desired services to the community and to Teterboro Airport employees and guests
  • Collaboration: Project teams are collaborating with stakeholders and the community to ensure that goals set by the New Jersey Meadowlands Commission and Borough of Teterboro are met
  • Walkability: Corridors will connect pedestrians to the different areas of the site and surrounding neighborhoods
  • Environmental Improvements: Significant environmental quality and health benefits will be derived from site cleanup. Remediation included extensive asbestos removal