PEEK Properties nears completion William Street apartments

PEEK Properties nears completion William Street apartments

EAST ORANGE, NJ — PEEK Properties, a New Jersey-based urban-focused multifamily developer, owner and operator, is nearing completion of East Orange’s newest Class A apartment building at 475 William St., featuring 39 one- and two-bedroom units, according to an Aug. 27 press release. Redevelopment of the site, which previously housed a vacant building for three […]

Medical school wins NJBIA Award for Nutley redevelopment

Medical school wins NJBIA Award for Nutley redevelopment

NUTLEY, NJ — The Hackensack Meridian School of Medicine has won an award for its redevelopment of the former U.S. headquarters of pharmaceutical giant Hoffmann-La Roche into New Jersey’s newest medical school — a hub of learning for the state’s future doctors. The school won the New Jersey Business and Industry Association’s New Good Neighbor […]

East Orange senior apartments to be redeveloped

East Orange senior apartments to be redeveloped

EAST ORANGE, NJ — National affordable housing developer Community Preservation Partners announced Aug. 7 its first rehabilitation project in New Jersey: a $123 million overhaul of the Norman Towers senior apartments in East Orange in a joint venture with L+M Development Partners. CPP and L+M purchased the property for $94 million and will invest more […]

Work back on track for Village Hall redevelopment

Work back on track for Village Hall redevelopment

SOUTH ORANGE, NJ — Work is back on track to turn South Orange Village Hall into a restaurant, beer garden and catering hall, with construction set to be completed in the first quarter of 2021, according to village President Sheena Collum. Photos Courtesy of Sheena Collum

Neighborhood meeting shows plans for Irvington Ave. site

Neighborhood meeting shows plans for Irvington Ave. site

SOUTH ORANGE, NJ — South Orange trustees Bob Zuckerman and Summer Jones, along with village President Sheena Collum, hosted a Feb. 5 neighborhood meeting at Congregation Beth El about the redevelopment project at 270 Irvington Ave., presenting the redevelopment process and possible design to area residents. Greer Patras, a planner with Topology in Newark, and […]

Murphy administration awards tax credits to expand affordable housing

Murphy administration awards tax credits to expand affordable housing

TRENTON, NJ — Opening the door to more than 1,200 new apartments affordable for families, seniors and residents with special needs, the Murphy administration announced Dec. 23 that it has awarded more than $22 million in annual 9-percent federal Low Income Housing Tax Credits. The highly competitive tax credits are expected to generate $214.7 million […]

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