A high-rise mixed-use complex is being proposed for an industrial area near the New Jersey Turnpike in the small Bergen County village of Ridgefield Park.
Three companies will soon commence the opening portion of the transformative project, which will develop 16 vacant acres into mixed-use buildings that include a 35% affordable housing component.
The vertical expansion of a century-old industrial building is underway as it is being repurposed into 68 condominiums and ground floor retail space.
HUD awarded more than $85 million to the Garden State for public housing improvements and more than $19 million will be distributed in Hudson County with Jersey City and Hoboken receiving the largest sums.
The project, referred to in county documents as the "Palmont at Florham Park," would bring 126 units to a 5.3-acre site in Florham Park.
Ascension Capital Partners Siree Morris and Ryan Curran broke ground on two affordable three-family homes last week.
Last week, a ribbon-cutting was held in Newark to celebrate the completion of a large-scale affordable housing rehabilitation project.
Last year, Jersey Digs reported that a residential development could be coming to the site of the Academy360 Lower School on the border of Verona and Montclair. Now, plans for a 200-unit project at the site could advance.
Developers in Irvington plan to convert a long-vacant parcel of land into a 56-unit affordable housing building.
Jersey Digs has learned new information about a plan to renovate and vertically expand a Downtown Newark building.