This project has been underway for a short time now as construction crews are clearing this section of Hooper Avenue in the Silverton section of Toms River near Church Road. Crews continue to clear and make way for what looks to be a location with all kinds of various businesses.

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This project along Hooper Avenue in Toms River is being handled, in part by the RJ Brunelli group out of Old Bridge, New Jersey. It will be interesting to see the final project and what will be moving into Silverton in the future.

 

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I had a chance recently to drive by and check out the scene as crews continue to work and take a look at some of the various businesses that this location is looking for. Take a look at some of the photos we took of this construction site.

 

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View Latest Construction in Toms River, New Jersey

This location in Toms River on Hooper Avenue is seeking all kinds of different businesses to move in and lease at this site.

 

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What Eateries Would You Like to See in Toms River?

One of the types of businesses being targeted is restaurants along with possibly bakeries, coffee shops, ice cream/yogurt shops, and/or juice bars.

 

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What Kind of Health Businesses Do We Want To See in Toms River?

Health Club or Nutrition Shop is also mentioned. In addition optical/eyewear offices.

 

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What do Pet Owners and Home Owners Want in Toms River?

In addition, they are asking for possibly pet care shops, flooring, or bedding. mattress shops

 

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Photos From The Latest Construction in Toms River, New Jersey

Let us know what YOU think would be a great new business to add to the Silverton section of Toms River Township...post your thoughts below.

 

 

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