The City of Orange NJ
Harvard Printing Company is a new 4-story family mid-rise providing 128 new units (70 of which are affordable), as well as the rehabilitation and adaptive reuse of an existing historic, 4-story art deco factory building into a parking facility offering 157 spaces.
Fort Lee NJ
A new 15-story development with a mixed-income program, Fort Lee offers 64 market rate apartments combined with 61 units of affordable housing, and four 4-bedroom units serving adults with developmental disabilities such as autism.
The master plan features mixed-use buildings, 180 residential apartments and townhouses, a network of indoor and outdoor community amenities including a plaza, community green, and play areas, as well as 10,000 square feet of retail space.
Wall Street Place will incorporate 230,000 square feet of programming in a 5 to 8-story building, including 101 mixed-income residential units, 15,500 square feet of ground floor commercial retail space and 222 automated parking spaces.
New Brunswick NJ
With its prime location in the heart of New Brunswick’s downtown business district, 90 Bayard offers 262 new market rate units, 26,000SF of modern office space, 7,000SF of retail, as well as 273 new parking spaces for the area.
New Brunswick NJ
The George includes a blend of both market-rate and affordable residential apartment units, including 3,385 square feet of retail space at the ground floor. Located in downtown New Brunswick, it serves the neighboring Rutgers University campus.
Mount Holly NJ
The rehabilitation of a 6-story, 125-unit apartment building, including the redesign of the building entry, new common area space plans, an addition to the existing fitness room, and the reorganization of the building’s management facilities.
Jersey City NJ
100 Monitor Street is a 5-story mixed-use development directly adjacent to Liberty State Park. The project is the new home of the Jersey City Redevelopment Authority, offering 308 units of market-rate apartments and 85 parking spots.