Ok I see and hear, more bulldozers and construction in Lakewood. This latest construction is located along Route 70 in Lakewood, New Jersey. We look forward to see if you at home have any information for us on this latest project in Ocean County. Is it a construction boom here at the Jersey Shore?

 

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This project is along Route 70 in Lakewood near New Hampshire Avenue. I spotted this latest project during a trip to Trader Joe's in Brick last week. I spotted all the construction vehicles and this area being cleared on Route 70 in Lakewood, Eastbound, heading towards Brick Township.

 

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So as we like to do quite often when we spot unknown construction, we throw it out there for you to help us discover the plan. Local residents always get the scoop and usually have some insight into what's happening in their town.

So what do you think about this latest one in Lakewood? It is just down from another housing project going up in Lakewood, so maybe this is a commercial project with retailers coming in? Could it be even more housing? That would make for a huge population increase if all this construction is "housing", but again I am only speculating. We would love to hear your insights and what you have heard around town. Post your comments below and share with others :)

 

What is this Latest Construction in Lakewood?

More construction in Lakewood along Route 70

 

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