Four buildings with 144 units, including 29 “affordable” units, could come to a site close to the Princeton Junction commuter rail stop in West Windsor Township as part of the “400 Steps” proposal. The application is scheduled to be heard Wednesday, January 13.
A contract will be awarded later this winter to install infrastructure for the initial phase of the 8,000+ unit project and Jersey Digs has learned additional specifics about amenities, parks, schools, and transit to be included in the development.
A new development consisting of roughly a dozen residential buildings is being proposed for a community in Ocean County’s Lacey Township.
The public will soon get a chance to weigh in on a plan by the Morris County Park Commission to dispose of a 6.5-acre site in Hanover Township in order to facilitate a private redevelopment project.
A developer wants to replace Brevent Plaza in suburban Morris County with a four-story residential development.
The Fair Share Housing Center is asking the courts to throw out legislation that the City Council approved this summer, arguing that it was enacted illegally and “gives a pass to politically connected developers.”
Jersey City’s planning board unanimously voted against changes that would allow Mack-Cali to shift their project’s required affordable housing to another development they own on Washington Boulevard.
Two companies have teamed up to purchase a sizable chunk of affordable units throughout four buildings that will see some upgrades in the coming years.
The company is requesting changes to a redevelopment plan that would allow them to provide required affordable units at an undisclosed location within one mile of their 57-story high rise.
The city council has signed off on a scheme that would permit Lennar Multifamily Communities to build a tiered high-rise including 41 workforce housing units, a renovated park, and a 50,000-square foot public school.