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Charlie, Other/Just Looking in Neptune, NJ

Do you know the average construction costs for Monmouth County, NJ?

Asked by Charlie, Neptune, NJ Wed Aug 20, 2008

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I've been toldl $200/sf. It really depends on how "high"end you want to go, though. You can also do a modular for less.
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1 vote Thank Flag Link Wed Aug 20, 2008
You should contact the NJ Shore Builders Association http://www.shorebuilders.org/ You could also try the NJ Builders Association http://www.njba.org/

Hope that's helpful!
0 votes Thank Flag Link Thu Aug 21, 2008
You may want to ask local building inspection dept as they will have most up to date figures. They may ask you if you are considering handicap requirements, if it is new construction or rehab etc.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed Aug 20, 2008
Let me explain better:
I'm just trying to get the "average construction costs" for Monmouth County. I trying to put something together about the new COAH standards and I'm curious about the cost of building in general for Monmouth County. I might add for Wall Twp. in particular. I'd love to find a specific source for this information, but turned to this board instead. Maybe I posed this question to the wrong section? Not sure.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed Aug 20, 2008
Charlie that is kind of like asking how much does a car cost. Are you looking at a new hyundai or Rolls?
You are best looking at what features you will want and then getting a quote as formica counters are a fraction of granite and green buildings are higher in initial costs than others. Different builders can likely give you their costs for different sites but remember the prices of the land will vary. (Upgrades are also sometimes included. (I have built for $100/ft and also many times that for specialty areas)
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