A joint venture has started construction to restore a historic office tower in downtown Newark, with plans to create 265 apartments and 80,000 square feet of office and retail space.
Builders have delivered 84 apartments as part of a $23 million affordable housing development in Woodbridge, the first of a three-phase project that is replacing a defunct public housing complex.
Pennrose and Middlesex County have completed the adaptive reuse of a historic hospital complex in Edison, resulting in 84 new units of affordable senior housing.
A developer and state officials have opened the doors to 74 new age-restricted, affordably priced apartments in Vineland.
A state agency is set to fund the construction of some 1,400 low- and moderate-income apartments in the state, thanks to a new allocation of a popular federal subsidy program.
The longtime head of the New Jersey Housing and Mortgage Finance Agency has stepped down from the post and is preparing to start his own consulting firm.
Developers have completed a nearly $12 million affordable housing project in Woodbridge, delivering 57 units that will be reserved for seniors and homeless residents.
A multifamily developer has kicked off an $18.7 million rehab of a 156-unit property in Bridgeton, where it aims to modernize the community and expand services for residents.