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Could Jersey City Finally Get an Affordable Housing Ordinance?

Dueling inclusionary zoning ordinances and a large affordable component that could be included in the Bayfront development have created optimism that officials might address a longstanding issue.
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Construction Commences at Former Camp Kilmer Site in Edison

Philadelphia-based developer Pennrose LLC and administrators of the Township of Edison recently broke ground on a 172-unit affordable and veteran housing development at the former U.S. Army Camp Kilmer.
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Asbury Park Battles to Stay Affordable During Resurgence

As the city becomes attractive to developers, several battles are being waged in hopes of keeping the community inclusive, including attempts to expand affordable housing.
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Affordable Housing Complex Planned for Fort Lee

A developer has applied to construct 40 units near a Fort Lee office building, all of which would be designated as “affordable housing.”
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991 Broad Street Newark

Assisted Living Facility Approved for Downtown Newark

The five-story facility on Broad Street a few blocks south of Newark City Hall is also expected to include a child care center.
1631 Paterson Plank Road Secaucus

116-Unit Riverside Inclusionary Development Planned for Secaucus

A developer wants to bring a project with over 100 apartments to an industrial site by the Hackensack River in Secaucus.
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$28 Million in Tax Credits Will Expand Affordable Housing in NJ

The New Jersey Housing and Mortgage Finance Agency has awarded funds that will help add over 1,400 units of affordable housing to the Garden State, including three major projects in Jersey City and Newark.
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Union City Adopts New Marketing Plan for Affordable Housing

The city will require affordable housing developers to advertise in newspapers and on radio or TV, according to a new resolution.
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Hoboken Hilton Deal Includes $4.5 Million in Givebacks, Will Renovate YMCA

Pending council approval, a hotel development deal now includes funds to renovate a post office, restore a decaying community center, and create new educational spaces for public use.
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Jersey City Opens Public Housing Waitlist for This Week Only

If you are looking for affordable housing in Jersey City, you have one week to join the Housing Authority’s waiting list.

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