A home that also has a commercial component connected to it would become a medical office if an application before Brick Township’s planning board is approved.
The board will take up the matter at its Jan. 10 meeting. According to a planning notice, the board will hear the proposal from BreMar Holdings LLC, which is based at another address on the state highway in Brick, to convert the property at 2019 Route 88 to a medical office.
The property consists of 23,648 square feet with existing uses as a single family residence combined with a commercial use and associated parking. The Applicant is seeking minor site plan approval to change the use of the existing residential-commercial building to a medical office building with associated parking. The property is located just north of Van Zile and Old Squan Roads, a short drive past St. Dominic Roman Catholic Church.
The plan requires the approval of two very minor variances – one which proposes a 47-foot setback from the highway rather than the 50-feet required, and another which asks to maintain 11 parking spaces where 12 are required.
The hearing is scheduled for the Jan. 10 meeting of the planning board, which begins at 7 p.m. at the township municipal complex.