The federal government has awarded more than $24 million to the city of Newark to fund a series of major capital improvements to public housing properties.
A joint venture has completed its rehabilitation of Jersey City’s largest privately held Section 8 housing complex, a 483-unit property near the city’s Journal Square section.
Gov. Phil Murphy has announced a long-awaited plan for a flood barrier at the southern end of Hoboken, although its location could threaten or dramatically alter a proposal to redevelop the rail yards alongside the city’s busy train terminal.
Four tenants have combined to lease nearly 68,000 square feet at One Newark Center, the 423,000-square-foot office tower in downtown Newark, including the iconic top-floor space that was the longtime home of The Newark Club.
A developer has opened a new affordably priced, senior housing community in Monmouth County at the site of a complex that was damaged so badly by Hurricane Sandy that it had to be demolished.
A multifamily owner is set to acquire a 178-unit property in East Orange, as part of a $22 million deal that calls for preserving its status as affordable housing.
A Boston-based mortgage banking firm has closed a $95 million loan to recapitalize a Jersey City apartment complex and allow it to continue to offer federally subsidized affordable housing.