A development team has broken ground on a 56-unit apartment building in Irvington that will serve low- and moderate-income renters and residents with special needs.
A new 78-unit affordable housing development is coming to Newark’s West Ward as part of a collaboration among state officials, private-sector builders and a key hospital in the city.
Developers are cheering the adoption of a law to stem foreclosures in New Jersey, calling it a move that supports the housing market while preventing the buildup of vacant properties.
A development team has taken the wraps off a new 90-unit affordable housing property in Plainfield, while bringing new life to what was a blighted commercial property.
The state has named the new leader of the New Jersey Housing and Mortgage Finance Agency, tapping a key official in the Department of Community Affairs to fill the role.
The state has extended and expanded an emergency grant program for New Jersey apartment landlords, drawing praise from the multifamily sector despite the need for additional relief.
State officials have unveiled a $25 million grant program for small landlords who have lost rent revenue during the coronavirus crisis.
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.