Officials recently announced the purchase of an existing Jersey City building that will add a new property to the public housing inventory for the first time in four decades.
A local developer looking to fill a significant housing need in Newark and is hoping to begin construction on her latest development next summer.
A joint venture has full approvals to build a six-story, 210-unit mixed-income development along the Hackensack River in Jersey City that will also add retail and a public waterfront walkway to the landscape.
The Golden Neighborhood Homeownership Program, which aims to help low- and moderate-income residents with down payment and closing cost aid, is accepting applications through the end of October.
The Garden State Episcopal Community Development Corporation has been given the go-ahead to build a development that is completely devoted to moderate income housing units.
The first approvals have been granted for a 95-acre redevelopment effort along the Hackensack River, with the initial portion set to include 35% affordable housing and 10,000-square feet of community amenities.
Sackman Enterprises wants to bring a mixed-use development to a corner property near a retail corridor that includes affordable housing, retail space, and several penthouse units.
The company will be developing the site of a former office into an upscale residential complex set to include 53 units of affordable housing.
An entire block of this Jersey City neighborhood will soon be home to a modern complex that includes affordable housing and a large retail component.
Silverman will be asking the planning board for redevelopment plan modifications that would allow them to build a 401-unit development with affordable housing plus a school.