Developers in New Jersey have until late July to apply for a share of $24 million in tax credits to help finance affordable housing, under a new timeline announced Wednesday by a state agency.
A developer has secured $32 million in financing commitments for a pair of affordable housing projects in Cumberland and Camden counties.
By Joshua Burd The state has awarded its latest round of funding under the federal Low Income Housing Tax Credit program, allowing developers to generate an estimated $270 million in private equity in support of more than 1,400 new affordable…
Jonathan Rose Cos. has secured more than $90 million in financing and equity to rehabilitate and enhance a 429-unit affordable housing complex in Newark.
A developer is tapping into the federal Low Income Housing Tax Credit program as part of a planned 84-unit, mixed-income rental project in Newark, in one of several recent transactions announced by Day Pitney LLP.