Jersey City recently approved an ordinance that will vacate publicly owned land to facilitate the project, which will need to include affordable housing.
The first phase of an endeavor that will revitalize several Downtown Jersey City properties celebrated its opening.
A 14-story Newark project near Broad Street Station that includes a significant affordable housing component has been awarded a sizable tax credit.
A plan from Sackman Enterprises is looking to revitalize a stretch of Asbury Park with affordable housing, community spaces, and more.
A recently completed New Brunswick community will be retiring its existing construction loan stemming from building the 222-unit project.
Irvington Mayor Tony Vauss joined developer Adenah Bayoh and The NRP Group to officially open a modern affordable housing development at 722 Chancellor Avenue.
Kushner Real Estate has begun work on redeveloping the former Mondelez headquarters in East Hanover with a complex that will include some affordable housing units.
A new design firm has been brought on board to work on the adaptive re-use project, which will convert a 140-year-old Jersey City church into residences and retail space.
Plans to have been greenlit to redevelop a Jersey City building that housed a religious congregation into a five-story project with two storefronts and an affordable housing component.
Vreeland Projects has been given the green light to revitalize and significantly expand a warehouse into a development that will take up an entire Jersey City block.