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Skyline Tower and The George Sold to Highland Park's Oxford Realty Group
Skyline Tower
Skyline Tower was once New Brunswick's tallest building. Charlie Kratovil

Construction Management Associates Approved For Another Multi-Family Project
15 Maple Street
Foundation work underway at 15 Maple Street Charlie Kratovil

100 Units of Housing to be Constructed on the Former Site of the Warden’s Residence
Former Warden's House
The former warden's house, taken by a New Brunswick Today reader.

Free September 20 Event in Perth Amboy Aims to Educate Public on their Rights
OPRA
OPRA Law City of Bayonne

Key Decision Goes Against Township's Methodology For Calculating Their Obligation
Judge Wolfson
Judge Dougals Wolfson

First New On-Campus Housing Near Cook-Douglass Campus in Decades
Global Village Building
Construction on the Global Village Learning Center nears completion. Buzzy Ripperger

MCIA Celebrates Opening of 78-Unit Apartment Building on Former Contaminated Site, But The Project Also Highlights Conflicts of Interest Involving Senator Bob Smith
The Lofts
On July 6, officials held a ribbon-cutting ceremony for “The Lofts,” a redevelopment project in Middlesex Borough. MCIA

$2.7 Million Would Create 12-Unit Supportive-Needs Housing Project on Zebra Way
Zebra Way Development
An artist's rendering of a 12-unit supportive needs housing project approved for Zebra Way. Z+ Architect LLC

Large Parking Deck and Seven Smaller Buildings Would Be Replaced by Mega-Project
Ferren design
An artist's rendering of what may come to pass at the much-anticipated location of the city's next major redevelopment. City of New Brunswick

Non-Profit Developers Create Affordable Housing for NJ's Most Vulnerable Residents, But Demand for Housing Still Greatly Outweighs Supply
Staci Berger
Staci Berger runs the Housing and Community Development Network of NJ. Charlie Kratovil