If you are looking for affordable housing in Jersey City, you have one week to join the Housing Authority’s waiting list.
The decision caps an eight-year legal battle and will create 56 affordable housing units within four Hoboken properties.
Harrison’s town government wants to bring “100% affordable housing” to five properties on Harrison Avenue.
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.
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.”
The Journal Square Community Association is pitching a plan to the city council that would require developers to set aside 20% of their units as affordable housing on projects over 30 units.
A longtime neighborhood eyesore, this Storms Avenue building, owned by former NBA player Terry Dehere, is now seeing plans for revitalization.
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.
A Clark property that has sat vacant since a supermarket closed 15 years ago might become the site of a 75-unit development.
Pending council approval, a hotel development deal now includes funds to renovate a post office, restore a decaying community center, and create new educational spaces for public use.