The public will soon get a chance to weigh in on a plan by the Morris County Park Commission to dispose of a 6.5-acre site in Hanover Township in order to facilitate a private redevelopment project. The post Project with ‘Affordable Housing’ Envisioned Around Undeveloped Parkland in Whippany appeared first on Jersey Digs.
Two companies have teamed up to purchase a sizable chunk of affordable units throughout four buildings that will see some upgrades in the coming years. The post Joint Venture Buys Over 400 Affordable Housing Units in Jersey City appeared first on Jersey Digs.
The company is requesting changes to a redevelopment plan that would allow them to provide required affordable units at an undisclosed location within one mile of their 57-story high rise. The post With Construction Well Underway, Mack-Cali Asks to Move The Charlotte’s Affordable Housing Off-Site appeared first on Jersey Digs.
The City of Newark could sell a small University Heights lot to a developer for just over $10,000 as part of a plan to build a student housing complex in the area. The post 15-Unit Student Housing Complex Might Come to University Heights, Newark appeared first on Jersey Digs.
Officials are working with Lawrenceville-based Community Investment Strategies on a plan to bring a 24-unit senior housing building to a city-owned parking lot. The post Affordable Housing Development in the Works Along Hoboken’s Willow Avenue appeared first on Jersey Digs.
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.