LIHTC is a crucial tool in the development of permanent, affordable and supportive housing such as Kilmer Homes which transformed lives.
Kilmer Homes I & II is a significant step in Edison’s efforts to provide affordable housing for our citizens with lower-and moderate incomes.
A ribbon cutting ceremony for Kilmer Homes I & II will take place on Thursday, March 31 at 2:00 p.m located at 115 and 117 Truman Drive in Edison.
Kilmer Homes received a donation and delivery of groceries and meat to help homeless families cook their first meals in their new kitchens.
The Housing and Community Development Network of NJ released the 2015 Out of Reach Report at a press conference held at Kilmer Homes on May 19, 2015.
In order to afford a two-bedroom apartment at far market rent in New Jersey in 2014, a family needed to earn an hourly housing wage of $25.17.
The Housing and Community Development Network of NJ and Monarch Housing will release the 2015 Out of Reach results on May 19th at Kilmer Homes.
Housing the homeless is one part of a strategy that can move people through the transition to financial stability and self-sufficiency.
Kilmer Homes will comfortably accommodate middle- and lower-income families, people with disabilities and people who were previously homeless.
On March 20, Congressman Frank Pallone toured Kilmer Homes and met with two families who will be moving into their new affordable homes in April.