The Jersey City Redevelopment Agency wants to pay more than $5 million from a developer for a previously industrial Bergen-Lafayette property. The agency could even begin the condemnation process if the acquisition is not successful.
The City of Newark could spend more than $3.5 million of funding that it has received through the CARES Act on rental assistance, microenterprise assistance, and "special economic development activities."
The decision to extend an agreement with a controversial Federal agency that houses undocumented immigrants at a county jail has churned up a lot of emotions between activists and local officials.
Rent.com gave the Brick City low marks in several metrics including median income, unemployment rate, and cost of living.
WalletHub examined 32 metrics across all 50 states and determined that not only is New Jersey the fourth most jovial state, it is tops by three measures.
The state has opened a lottery program to aid tenants that have been impacted by the coronavirus and those interested have two weeks to enroll.
The state’s Assembly approved a bill that could give emergency rental assistance to tenants financially impacted by the coronavirus, which will now head to Governor Murphy’s desk.
The council’s recently passed ordinance outlaws rent increases through at least August at many properties that have four apartments or less and at all rent-controlled units.
Caesars Entertainment has sold the Boardwalk-fronted property to a Rhode Island-based company.
A new Executive Order lets renters put funds being held as security deposits towards paying rent as state officials continue to weigh a separate $100 million rent relief bill.