The first phase of the 100-acre Bayfront project in Jersey City is slated to include 209 apartments, 35 percent of which will be for lower-income renters. — Courtesy: Jersey City By Joshua Burd Developers will soon break ground on a…
Plans to transform Jersey City’s massive Bayfront property took a key step forward this week with the approval of a redevelopment agreement for the first phase, a proposed 209-unit building with more than a third of its apartments reserved for lower-income renters.
A development team joined Newark city officials on Wednesday to mark the start of a long-awaited, 66-unit project that will bring affordable housing to the central business district.
Officials in Jersey City have unveiled the team that will kick off the 100-acre Bayfront project, a plan that would create the largest mixed-income development in the region.
A developer is tapping into the federal Low Income Housing Tax Credit program as part of a planned 84-unit, mixed-income rental project in Newark, in one of several recent transactions announced by Day Pitney LLP.