Flemington’s Landmark Union Hotel May Live Again

by Alice Magdziak • January 19, 2011 • Cities, Towns and VIllages, Third StateComments (0)1368

We had lunch at the Union Hotel a few times and were dismayed to hear that it had closed awhile back.  Happily, we read today on NJ.com, that there are two finalists in negotitations with the borough to return the hotel/restaurant back into business.

We went on a multi-generational outing one spring day two or three years ago and my niece and I were most pleased with the working phone booths in the middle of the downstairs.  In fact, a picture of me in one of those booths remains one of my go-to Facebook profile picture, I liked them so much. The interior was old and kind of soggy but you could tell that it used to be quite grand.

Can’t wait to see what the winners of the redevelopment plan will do with that great old building and Flemington landmark.

Developers want to revive Flemington’s landmark Union Hotel | NJ.com.

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