Our Most Recent Press Clippings
At Freedom Village, NJHFMA announces first new funding source in 7 years
Marking the first major new funding source in seven years to provide affordable housing in New Jersey, the Murphy administration launched an initiative to provide homes for residents with special needs.
On Tuesday, the New Jersey Housing and Mortgage Finance Agency said it will provide for 400 apartments, with $50 million, under the Special Needs Housing Subsidy Loan Program, which will make financing available to developers.
Developer proposes Hamilton affordable housing complex for special needs individuals
HAMILTON — Nearly seven acres of trees will be removed and a special needs housing complex will be built off Justice Samuel A. Alito Jr. Way if the Hamilton Township Planning Board approves a developer’s pending application.
Project Freedom Inc. is scheduled to present its affordable housing plan at Thursday’s planning board meeting.
Hamilton Mayor Yaede abandons entertainment district vision in favor of special needs housing
HAMILTON — A development agreement between Hamilton Township and Project Freedom Inc. may result in affordable housing getting built on land Mayor Kelly Yaede previously envisioned as a go-kart entertainment district.
Freedom Village at Gibbsboro Breaking Ground in South Jersey
Project Freedom breaking ground on Freedom Village at West Windsor this month
Project Freedom is scheduled to hold a groundbreaking ceremony Oct. 17 for Freedom Village at West Windsor, a 72 unit affordable and accessible rental community to be constructed on Old Bear Brook Road
Project Freedom: A Model for Independent Living in the Community By Lauren Agoratus, M.A.
The complexes look as ordinary as any newly built condos or townhouses. They are well-kept, freshly painted, spacious, and appealing. It is only on a closer look that certain aspects stand out, indicating something is different. The extra cut outs in the sidewalks and the numerous “handicapped parking” spots are also telling signs to an observant visitor. Yet, that same visitor may also jump to an erroneous conclusion about what these complexes are designed to be.
Dream Come True for Family Devastated by Superstorm Sandy
Toms River, NJ – On October 29, 2012, rain pounded on the apartment in Toms River where Angela Mills and her 21-year-old son Matthew lived; winds whipped and howled. But at some point, Superstorm Sandy seemed to die down, and Angela and her son still had electricity. They thought the worst was behind them, that they’d been lucky.