Reveal For Two-Story, 24-Unit Supportive Housing Project At 93-101 14th Avenue, Newark

93-101 14th Avenue93-101 14th Avenue. Rendering via Jersey Digs.

A rendering has been revealed of the New Community Corporation’s planned two-story, 24-unit supportive housing project at 93-101 14th Avenue, located in Newark’s Central Ward. All of the project’s apartments will be studios housing homeless individuals suffering from mental illness, Jersey Digs reported. The building, called A Better Life, is receiving financing from various local, state and federal agencies and organizations. Jersey City-based LWDMR Architects is behind the architecture. A groundbreaking ceremony was recently held at the site, which has long been vacant, and completion is expected next year.

93-101 14th Avenue

Vacant 93-101 14th Avenue

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1 Comment on "Reveal For Two-Story, 24-Unit Supportive Housing Project At 93-101 14th Avenue, Newark"

  1. An equal human rights that I mean, they are homeless or mental illness can live in society.

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