Robins’ Nest opens the final phase of Life Link Homes!

On October 26, 2007, Robins’ Nest opened the last twenty units of permanent, affordable housing in Life Link Homes. Life Link Homes is a permanent, affordable and supportive housing development sponsored by Robins’ Nest, Inc. Now that it is completed, this project provides thirty (30) permanent, affordable and supportive housing units three buildings.  Each building  consists of ten (10) efficiency apartments, each with it’s own kitchenette and bathroom.  Additionally, each building will have common areas as well as a manager’s apartment.  The project will provide housing for young adults aging out of the foster care system.
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To read an article in the Courier Post click here.

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The members of the Development Team in addition to Monarch Housing are:

Developer: Robins Nest, Inc, Glassboro, NJ

Attorney: Brown & Connery, LLP, Woodbury, NJ 

Architect: Becica Associates LLC, Cherry Hill, NJ

Contractor: D.N. DeSimone Construction, Woodbury, NJ 

Consultant: Monarch Housing Associates, Cranford, NJ

Funding sources include:

New Jersey Housing and Mortgage Finance Agency

Low Income Housing Tax Credits

Danelli Foundation

Federal Home Loan Bank of New York
Department of Human Services
Columbia Bank
Camden Children’s Fund

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  1. Will any of these projects consist of housing for a 44 year old man with Cerebral Palsy, developmental delays, and a seizure disorder? Where is the housing? He presently lives in a studio apt in Elizabeth and needs decent housing. His rent is $625 and he is trying to live on $786 in SS disability. Thank you.

  2. Will any of these projects consist of housing for a 44 year old man with Cerebral Palsy, developmental delays, and a seizure disorder? Where is the housing? He presently lives in a studio apt in Elizabeth and needs decent housing. His rent is $625 and he is trying to live on $786 in SS disability. Thank you.