A commercial property development company has acquired the property and has received local approval to grade the property and built a number of warehouses and service roads. The landside buildings, the coal thawing shed, pier office, boiler house, fire pump house, storehouse, and utility shed are scheduled for demolition. The NJ Historic Preservation Office (NJDEP) has evaluated the McMyler coal dumper as a historic structure eligible for listing on the National Register of Historic Places and is seeking to have the structure stabilized for in-situ preservation or reconstruction at another waterside site with some public access for historic interpretation. The non-profit organization Preservation New Jersey has listed the coal dumper as one of New Jersey's 10 most endangered historic properties. If you visit their web site, you can find some basic information on the effort to save the coal dumper from demolition.