The three buildings will develop 348 new affordable housing units and approximately 13,400 SF of commercial and community facility space.
The building will house an exciting array of tenants including a craft brewery and Newark’s first indoor rock-climbing gym.
A joint venture of Wilder Balter Partners, L+M Development Partners and Goldman Sachs Urban Investment Group is developing the $190 million project in downtown New Rochelle.
The new buildings located at 1520 and 1530 Story Avenue bring 435 affordable units to the Soundview neighborhood.
Development team plans transformation of former Winchester factory building into cutting-edge space for life sciences, tech and traditional office tenants.
The 14-story building will house Class A office space, luxury condominiums, ground floor retail and a section of The Market Line.
Permanent financing for the fully leased 12-story rental building is provided by New York State Homes & Community Renewal and Wells Fargo.
New park plaque honors the 2,000 families displaced between 1967 – 1973 and the continued efforts to helping these families return home.
Photographs provide first look at the building’s landmarked Art Deco exterior and lobby, along with state-of-the-art resident amenities.
Brewery opening in 55 South Essex Avenue Just Steps from NJ Transit in the Heart of Downtown Orange.
One of city & state’s most significant preservation deals of former Mitchell-Lama developments will benefit all residents of 2,800-unit portfolio under regulatory agreements with NYC HPD & NYS HCR.
Operated by Project EATS, the quarter acre Essex Crossing Farm will provide produce at Essex Crossing’s Market Line and a wide array of community programming.
Construction to begin on mixed-use project just blocks from Metro-North train as part of downtown’s ongoing revitalization.
Gym is to debut in the recently opened historic NJ Bell Building in Downtown Newark.
Construction is expected to start in the coming weeks on 360 units of affordable housing, a school, social service and public open spaces as part of what’s expected to be largest passive house project in the country.
Financing extends the Section 8 contract to 20 years allowing for a $20 million renovation to upgrade every unit in the building and common areas.
The team behind nearby Hahne & Co redevelopment’s latest offering includes high-end finishes, fully amenitized top floor with sweeping views, porte-cochere and unique art deco motifs paying homage to history of Newark.
The new home in the 100% affordable senior building includes new kitchen, outdoor space and fully-renovated community room and church offices.
Graduates of the sixteen-week program learning construction trades and building a community clubhouse will receive free job placement assistance and help entering apprenticeship programs.
The 26-story building on Manhattan’s Lower East Side features sweeping views and amenities unmatched at any development in the city.