Middletown Mayor Tony Perry says raising the state’s minimum wage to $15 an hour will have a massive impact on towns.
Housing advocates acknowledge America's made great progress in fair housing, but say so much more needs to be done.
Princeton is home to one of the world’s most prestigious universities, yet subsidies pay for 10 percent of the housing.
An affordable housing development targets an inner city block.
At a recent legislative hearing, the head of Fair Share Housing said that race is the underlying factor in towns' resistance to building affordable housing. The mayor of Montvale rebuked the claim, ...
Republican Minority Leader Assemblyman Jon Bramnick is pushing for the Legislature to come up with a fix to the state's affordable housing mandate. Bramnick also discusses Bob Hugin's chances to ...
New Jersey is the sixth most expensive state in the United States for renters. Because of those costs, many people are turning to becoming homeowners, but home prices are also on the rise.
The Assembly Housing and Community Development Committee held a contentious public hearing to spur the conversation about New Jersey's affordable housing issue.
Newark Mayor Ras Baraka says the city needs a lot of lawyers to handle the thousands of eviction cases each year, and one law firm is planning to help.
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?