A joint venture has broken ground on 90 new apartments in Plainfield, marking the second phase of a mixed-use project to redevelop a site that sat vacant for some three decades.
Construction is underway on a 103-unit affordable housing complex in Mount Laurel, thanks in part to a subsidy package from the New Jersey Housing and Mortgage Finance Agency.
Pennrose has broken ground on the first piece of a 172-unit affordable housing development in Edison, seeking to redevelop a former U.S. Army property that dates back to World War II.
Monmouth University will honor Ralph Zucker and Anthony Marchetta at its upcoming real estate awards dinner, adding to the list of industry leaders to be highlighted at the annual event.
A development group has nearly completed its restoration of a landmark tower in downtown Newark, where it will soon debut 265 apartments and a mix of new commercial space.
The state has detailed plans to finance 1,200 affordable housing units under a federal tax credit program, with an added focus on projects in Opportunity Zones and other newly added criteria.
A mixed-income project that will bring 100 new apartments to Essex County is slated for delivery by year-end, as its developers gathered last week to mark a construction milestone.
A development team has completed nearly 50 new apartments in Ocean Township as part of the state’s ongoing effort to bring new affordable housing to areas impacted by Hurricane Sandy.
The Michaels Organization is on track to rehabilitate 64 historic affordable housing units in Camden, thanks in large part to financing from TD Bank and state and local funding sources.