Hawthorne Heights – Welcome Home!

Residents, funding sources, and friends of NJCDC came together for the grand opening of Hawthorne Heights. A development more than five years in the making finally comes to fruition, and tenants were eager to see their apartments. The NJCDC Hawthorne Heights project is a permanent, affordable and supportive housing development sponsored by New Jersey Community Development Corporation.

These are photos from the Ribbon Cutting Ceremony. You can click on any photo to see it full size or click here to view all of the photos. To save a photo right click on the photo.

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The site provides twelve (12) permanent, affordable and supportive units for very low income individuals who are disabled. Every unit will have its own living room, dining area, kitchen, bedroom and bathroom. All units are fully accessible, and provide for barrier free use.

The apartments were designed to meet Energystar requirements, and provide a HOME for the tenants that is spacious and easy to maintain and operate.

To view a slide show click here.

The members of the Development Team are:

Developer
New Jersey Community Development Corporation, Paterson, NJ

Architect
David V. Abramson & Associates, Newark, NJ

Attorneys
Lowenstein Sandler, Roseland, NJ

General Contractor
Vision General Construction

Consultant
Monarch Housing Associates, Cranford, NJ

Funders included the:

HUD Section 811,

Special Needs Housing Trust Fund,

Federal Home Loan Bank of Pittsburgh.

Rent subsidies through the US Department of Housing and Urban Development.

Support Services funded by the Division of Developmental Disabilities of New Jersey.

To read our previous Blog posting “NJCDC’s Hawthorne Heights rises like a phoenix” on this exciting project click here.

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