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.
A judge has temporarily blocked the town’s newly passed rent control law, which two groups are looking to challenge via a public question to voters.
NJ Transit will re-open two out of their three shuttered rail stations in Jersey City later this month, returning train service to the Bergen-Lafayette and Greenville neighborhoods that's been suspended since last summer.
The company is working with World Central Kitchen and chef Marcus Samuelsson to provide meals for those in need and help food service workers earn steady paychecks amid COVID-19 restrictions.
New Jersey’s State Senate has advanced legislation that would set aside $100 million for tenants that are struggling to pay their rents during the coronavirus pandemic.
Despite some pushback, the town’s council passed a rent control law that will limit annual increases on apartment leases to 4.25% and 2.5% for seniors.