The death of former state Sen. Ronald Rice resonated throughout New Jersey this week, drawing tributes from groups including those involved in housing and urban redevelopment.
Veteran multifamily executive Penn kicks off two-year term as NJAA president
Right at home: NJAA moves to Trenton, with advocacy looming ever larger after COVID crisis
The New Jersey Apartment Association has changed its address, but there’s nothing unfamiliar about its new home in Trenton. The organization and its in-house team, previously based in Middlesex County, have long been a key voice in state politics and policymaking, advocating on behalf of a membership that owns and manages some 230,000 rental units.
NJAA calls for ramping up new state eviction prevention program
Turning the page on a challenging year for New Jersey’s apartment industry
Like everyone else, we expected 2021 to be better and easier. At the beginning of the year, the vaccines were starting to roll out, the feeling was positive and the worst was behind us. But then the reality of 2021 set in. Across the country, with the rise of the Delta variant, supply chain problems, labor shortages and unanticipated weather events, we were thrust into another difficult year. It wasn’t the 2021 we had all hoped for — it was “2020 redux” — and it was just as challenging but in different ways.