Category Archives: Housing

3D Map Shows Where NYC Housing Is Priciest, Cheapest

August 17th, 2015 By Jessica Daiely Curbed All of the market reports for 2014 say the same thing: it’s expensive to live in New York City, and it just keeps…

New Glassboro building mixes student, market-rate housing

August 8th, 2015 Philly.com by Angelo Fichera It bears the Rowan name and is located just off the university’s Glassboro campus, but 220 Rowan Blvd. isn’t all about the students….

New housing development — for cats — to be built in South Kearny

July 28th, 2015 Jersey Journal By Rose Duger KEARNY— As the town plans for yet more new apartments on the east and west sides of town, another new development is quietly…

In Newark: New Affordable Housing Complex Opens on Nevada Street

April 30, 2015 Newark Patch By Eric Kieffer Newark city officials recently announced that the RPM Development Group will soon be opening “60 Nevada,” a 75-unit affordable housing development located…

Are You Ready? New Jersey Supreme Court Sends Affordable Housing Oversight Back to Trial Courts

  March 25, 2015 The National Law Review On March 10, 2015, setting aside the state’s “non-functioning” affordable housing process, the New Jersey Supreme Court issued a ruling removing executive…

N.J. Supreme Court: Judges taking over enforcement of affordable housing

MARCH 10, 2015, 11:07 AM     WEDNESDAY, MARCH 11, 2015 BY DUSTIN RACIOPPI AND STEPHANIE AKIN STAFF WRITERS THE RECORD After years of telling governors to get the process…

N.J. organizations awarded affordable housing grants for rehabilitation, construction

By Kristina Pritchett | South Jersey Times February 03, 2015 Across New Jersey, organizations were awarded affordable housing grants for rehabilitation and construction by the Federal Home Loan Bank of New…

Can The Guy Who Helped Waste Millions In Newark Help Save NYC Public Housing?

By Gerard Flynn News Source – Gothamist Approximately 400,000 people live in NYC’s public housing system, struggling to make their homes in crime-ridden developments with often squalid conditions. The New…