NJBIZ.com, November 24, 2015 | Category: Press
A New York-based developer will build a 64-unit apartment complex in Jersey City that will be entirely reserved for low- and moderate-income housing, city officials said Tuesday.
The firm, the Genesis Companies, will develop the property known as the Lena Frances Edwards Apartment buildings at 445 Ocean Ave., replacing a blighted property that has been demolished, according a to a news release. Five of the units will be dedicated to housing homeless veterans, while the overall complex will include 12 one-bedroom units, 36-two bedroom units and 16 three-bedroom units. Read article HERE