On Friday, December 7th, K&A celebrated The Alpert Group, LLC and their project, Franklin Lakes, for being recognized with the Supportive Housing Project of the Year award by the Supportive Housing Association (SHA) at the 20th Annual NJ SHA Conference. The Alpert Group and the Housing Development Corporation of Bergen County came together to build a community that provides a safe and nurturing environment for special needs individuals – focusing on accommodations for populations with Asperger’s Syndrome and Multiple Sclerosis. The development is comprised of five two-story buildings and one stand-alone community building. The buildings were designed to match the aesthetic characteristics of existing homes nestled in wooded lots throughout the area.
The City of Hoboken was also honored with the 2018 NJ Supportive Housing Municipal Award for the critical step made in rebuilding The American Legion Post 107 project of the original 1-story building damaged by Superstorm Sandy 12 years ago. The City offered significant support for the American Legion and really helped to make this undertaking possible.
Congratulations to The Alpert Group and the Housing Development Corporation of Bergen County, and the American Legion Post 107 on a well-deserved win!
Pictured below: Stephen L. Schoch, AIA, LEED® AP BD+C of K&A with Joseph Alpert, President of the Alpert Group, LLC, SHA Project of the Year 2018 award recipient.
Pictured below: Stephen L. Schoch, AIA, LEED® AP BD+C of K&A with Caroline Caulfield, Chief of Constituent Affairs, City of Hoboken, SHA NJ Supportive Housing Municipal Award recipient.