All four of the successful 811 projects were projects that Monarch Housing served as the housing consultant. In addition, Monarch Housing served as the housing consultant for the Geriatric Services project in Teaneck.
Total 811 funding for the four projects was $3,876,800.
Allies, Inc. received funding for an eight unit Section 811. The project involves the acquisition and rehabilitation of two single family homes in Delaware Township. Each home will be rehabilitated to create a group home serving four developmentally disabled adults. Both sites are located in residential neighborhoods and the existing homes will be compatible with the surrounding uses. The Sponsor will provide transportation for the residents and will also work with local providers of transportation for persons with disabilities.
Community Options, Inc. received funding for a four unit Section 811 project. Community Options Hopewell Residence 2009 is a home for four persons with developmentally disabilities. This project will be newly constructed in Hopewell Borough, Mercer County, NJ. The home will be of a one-story design and will provide supportive services to assist the residents in living independently.
Advance Housing, Inc. received funding for a four unit Section 811 project.Advance Housing 2009 is a Section 811 project in Lafayette, Sussex County, New Jersey. It will be new construction, for 10 persons with chronic mental illness and provide an ideal environment for independent living. Various supportive services will be available and the project is located within close proximity to local amenities and transportation.
Cerebral Palsy of North Jersey, Inc. received funding for a four unit Section 811 project. The project involves the acquisition and rehabilitation of a group home for four adult residents who are developmentally disabled. The project will be fully handicapped accessible, use universal design, and help the residents to develop and maintain a healthy, stable quality of life. The project is in a neighborhood of single family homes close to shopping and transportation.
Total 202 funding for the three projects was $21,002,200.
Geriatric Services, Inc. received funding for an sixty-two unit Section 202.The project involves the new construction of a three-story elevator structure consisting of 60 one-bedroom apartments, one efficiency apartment, and one two-bedroom apartment for the maintenance superintendent. The common areas will include an entry lobby, multipurpose room, common laundry facilities, commercial kitchen and common dining room, computer area, and property management/social services offices. The design will accommodate the elderly’s changing physical needs as they age in place.
Ridge Oak Management Inc. received funding for a twenty-two unit Section 202.The project involves the new construction of 2 two-story elevator structures consisting of 20 one-bedroom units for the elderly with each structure having 10 units each. A major sustainable feature of the design is the use of modular construction. The design provides for a lounge area, laundry room, and a patio in each structure. The project will have an on-site service coordinator. The project will comply with the standards for Energy Star for New Homes and will utilize all Energy Star qualified appliances.
The Domus Corporation and the Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Newarkreceived funding for a fifty-one unit Section 202. The Jack and Margaret Meyers Senior Residence is a Section 202 project for very low-income elderly. It involves the new construction of a four story, one elevator building for 50 elderly persons, and a two-bedroom unit for a manager. The community spaces will consist of a community room, warming kitchen, lobby, patio, and laundry area.