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 vertical expansion of a century-old industrial building is underway as it is being repurposed into 68 condominiums and ground floor retail space.
The proposed 20-bedroom facility on University Avenue could be approved tonight.
The New Jersey Housing and Mortgage Finance Agency has awarded funds that will help add over 1,400 units of affordable housing to the Garden State, including three major projects in Jersey City and Newark.
A unique project could be coming to a lot that currently sits vacant along Martin Luther King Drive in Jersey City.
Plans from a nonprofit to bring a nine-story building to a lot near McGinley Square with 55% affordable housing will be heard soon.
Developers in Irvington plan to convert a long-vacant parcel of land into a 56-unit affordable housing building.
The Brunswick Estates, a 131 unit affordable housing complex on Montgomery Street, is getting a $40 million upgrade. WinnDevelopment, the development organization of WinnCompanies...
A 52-story tower, a new public school, open space, retail, and some affordable housing benefits gained final approvals last month.
A longtime neighborhood eyesore, this Storms Avenue building, owned by former NBA player Terry Dehere, is now seeing plans for revitalization.