The fight over affordable housing in New Jersey has been a long one. When the Christie administration seemed to drag its feet on the issue, the courts took over and mandated how many affordable ...
Jersey City would pay $180 million to buy the west side property for development.
A nonprofit unveiled its newest affordable housing units in Morristown to keep up with rising demand.
The public nominates candidates for the Smart Growth Awards and then an independent selection committee of professional developers, planners, architects and redevelopment experts from across New ...
Assemblyman Jon Bramnick is calling for a bipartisan march on Trenton to fight affordable housing regulations.
Rahway may be trying to promote itself as an up and coming arts community, but is it really affordable for struggling artists to live?
Although Montclair is often celebrated for its diversity, its social character may be in danger as affordability becomes increasingly scarce and the inequality widens.
Asm. Jerry Green was a legislator with impact who served in the General Assembly for 26 years.
The discussion at the forum focused on using techniques like education and outreach to overcome barriers.
Roughly 157,000 low-income households in New Jersey rely on federal rental assistance in order to get by every month.
At a New Brunswick community forum, panelists and residents discuss housing and its effects on health and quality of life.
Folks spending their Thanksgiving day at Lunch Break in Red Bank are putting a lot of faith in Governor-elect Phil Murphy and his progressive agenda.
Pulitzer Prize-winning author explains eviction is the second leading cause to homelessness.
PlanSmart NJ hopes to see the state put together a smart plan for redevelopment going forward.
Opportunity New Jersey hosted an affordability forum in Paterson.