A judge ruled that controversial legislation designed to regulate affordable housing in the city’s new developments violates several state laws due to carve outs and other issues.
It was announced last week that the three families involved in Invest Newark’s Section 8 Homeownership Conversion Program had officially closed on their first homes.
A six-building "inclusionary" development is envisioned for Route 31 in Hunterdon County near Spruce Run Reservoir.
The City of Newark is looking to move forward with the development of the Affordable Newark Program.
Harrison’s town government wants to bring “100% affordable housing” to five properties on Harrison Avenue.
Set to become one of the Garden State’s tallest buildings, the high-rise will add 750 apartments, retail space, a plaza, and a school to a block of Columbus Drive.
A 184-foot-tall development with several community givebacks could gain final approvals despite some sudden controversy over the building’s height.
The borough is looking to block a 450-unit development via eminent domain, hoping to construct affordable housing and more on the land.
New renderings illustrate the latest mixed-use development that could rise in Downtown Newark.
A Hoboken institution will add much needed affordable housing units for veterans.