State officials have unveiled a new $50 million loan program aimed at funding 400 apartments for disabled veterans, homeless individuals and other residents with special needs.
A developer and state officials have marked the completion of an age-restricted, 75-unit affordable housing property in Freehold Township.
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 is partnering with one of the state’s largest hospital systems to create dozens of affordable housing units near Newark Beth Israel Medical Center.
State officials have awarded more than $22 million in new funding under a federal tax credit program for affordable housing developers, supporting 17 projects that will create some 1,200 units for families, seniors and residents with special needs.
State and local officials cut a ceremonial ribbon Thursday to mark the major rehabilitation of a decades-old building with 200 apartments for working families in the city’s Central Ward.
A development team has broken ground on a residential project that will bring 86 affordable apartments to families in Somerset County.