After multiple Supreme Court decisions over 50 years, the creation of the Council on Affordable Housing and its subsequent power stripping by the Supreme Court in 2015, over 60,000 units of affordable housing have been created. So, does that mean that the battle over affordable housing in New Jersey is over? Nothing could be further from the truth.
A broker with Gebroe-Hammer Associates has won a top honor from the firm in connection with last year’s $75 million sale of a 487-unit, 18-building portfolio in Hudson and Bergen counties.
A team with Keller Williams Town Life is celebrating its recent banner year, having completed more than $106 million in sales volume across nearly 200 transactions in 2019.
After a robust end to 2019, the developer of a luxury condominium tower along the Hudson waterfront has carried that momentum into the new year.
A developer is partnering with one of the state’s largest hospital systems to create dozens of affordable housing units near Newark Beth Israel Medical Center.
JMF Properties has surpassed the 50 percent leased milestone at a 114-unit luxury apartment complex in Plainfield, the first of two phases in what it describes as an emerging transit village.
The Kislak Family Foundation has made a $50,000 grant to Habitat for Humanity of Greater Newark, which the organization will use for projects in Essex, Hudson and Union counties.
A developer on Tuesday joined local officials in East Brunswick to present their vision for a $500 million redevelopment plan in the township, seeking to transform more than 40 acres of aging and underutilized retail property along the busy Route 18 corridor.
A developer is one step closer to breaking ground on its first New Jersey project, a 153-unit apartment complex in Union that recently won approval from the township’s planning board.