A privately owned property located next to the William Paterson University campus and St. Joseph’s Wayne Hospital could become home to a student housing complex with 242 bedrooms. The post New Student Housing Complex Proposed Next to William Paterson University in Wayne appeared first on Jersey Digs.
We are deeply disappointed that the Jersey City Council approved a sham inclusionary zoning bill even after hearing four hours of testimony from more than 60 residents and advocates who were opposed. The post Letter: Fair Share Housing Center Decries Rush to Pass Faulty Housing Ordinance Over Strong Community Objections appeared first on Jersey Digs.
Jersey City’s inclusionary zoning ordinance is a weak piece of legislation, seemingly selling out the public in favor of developer relationships and profits. The post Letter: Jersey City’s Affordable Housing Crisis: Close Loopholes for Developers, Protect the Public Interest appeared first on Jersey Digs.
The decision caps an eight-year legal battle and will create 56 affordable housing units within four Hoboken properties. The post Court Rules Four Hoboken Developments Must Provide Affordable Housing appeared first on Jersey Digs.
The council voted 7-2 to introduce a 20 percent affordable housing requirement on all new developments over 15 units, but amendments looking to eliminate several carve-outs in the law were rejected for now. The post Not Without Controversy, Jersey City Advances Inclusionary Housing Ordinance appeared first on Jersey Digs.
12 acres of land in Monmouth County will soon be home to a four-story building filled with apartments set aside for former military members, some of whom are transitioning from homelessness. The post Ground Broken on 70-Unit Veterans Housing Development in Tinton Falls appeared first on Jersey Digs.
A developer is proposing a project with 18 units on property owned by the Jersey City Redevelopment Agency, but it is not yet clear how much of the building would include “affordable housing.” The post 18-Unit Development With ‘Affordable Housing’ Envisioned for Jersey City’s Bergen Avenue appeared first on Jersey Digs.
The developer of a 45-unit project at 211 Baldwin Avenue in Jersey City previously said they would be willing to reserve 20 percent of the units to serve as “affordable” housing for veterans. Now, after this component of the project was listed as a condition of the development’s approval, the company wants to remove it. […]
The City of Newark is expected to sell a property in the Weequahic neighborhood so that a 75-unit apartment complex can be created. The post 75-Unit Development With Some ‘Affordable Housing’ Planned for Newark’s South Ward appeared first on Jersey Digs.
Seton Hall University is looking to construct a new building along South Orange Avenue opposite its main campus. The complex could potentially include commercial space as well. The post Seton Hall University Could Build New Student Housing Complex in South Orange appeared first on Jersey Digs.