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722 Chancellor Avenue Irvington

56-Unit Affordable Housing Development Proposed in Irvington

Developers in Irvington plan to convert a long-vacant parcel of land into a 56-unit affordable housing building.
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303 309 Washington Street Newark 2

Renderings Revealed for 92-Unit Project on Newark’s Washington Street

Jersey Digs has learned new information about a plan to renovate and vertically expand a Downtown Newark building.
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282 Pine Street And 97 Monitor Street Bergen Lafayette Jersey City

Developer Pays $4.7M for Bergen-Lafayette Properties, Plans 100+ Units

Yet another development could be built near the Liberty State Park light rail station in Jersey City. The planning board is scheduled to hear the proposal today, Tuesday, November 12, at 5:30 p.m.
403 University Avenue Homeless Shelter Newark

New 20-Room Emergency Shelter Proposed for Newark

The proposed 20-bedroom facility on University Avenue could be approved tonight.
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220 230 Jelliff Avenue Senior Estates Newark

$13M Senior Housing Complex Could Come to Newark’s South Ward

The Jelliff Senior Estates development is expected to bring 51 apartments for senior citizens to a site in Newark’s Clinton Hill neighborhood. It could be partially funded by Superstorm Sandy relief funds.
87 Federal City Road Hopewell

Hundreds of Apartments Could be Built Near I-295 in Mercer County

A developer is planning 300 units in Hopewell Township, Mercer County. 48 of the units would reportedly be reserved for "low and moderate-income households."
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Bates Street Development Area Jersey City 2

Community Responds to Massive Bates Street Proposal in Jersey City

Two community associations have penned a letter opposing the 2,360-unit plan, while two other groups support the proposal due to affordable housing and public benefits that are included.
Winndevelopment Affordable Housing Opportunity Zone Atlantic City

WinnDevelopment Buys Three Properties in Atlantic City for $17.3 Million

A total of 153 units of affordable housing across three properties in Atlantic City recently traded to the development arm of WinnCompanies.
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Newport Jersey City Skyline

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.
Camp Kilmer Truman Square Rendering Edison Nj

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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