Opponents of the Felice proposal are complaining about the 11 special variances that the complex has applied for in order to deviate from West New York’s zoning regulations.
The proposal vastly exceeds the zoning board’s maximum density allotted. West New York allows a maximum of 80 units per acre for a given development. The Felice proposal averages to 166.4 units per acre, slightly higher than the long-dead Alpy proposal’s 148.
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