Community Preservation Partners and L+M Development Partners have revealed a $123 million overhaul of a senior community development know as Norman Towers. Located in East Orange at 500 North Walnut Street, the building contains 406 units of affordable housing and was originally completed in 1980.
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Leasing has launched for Walker House’s rental properties at 540 Broad Street in downtown Newark, New Jersey. Developed in collaboration by L+M Development Partners, Prudential Financial, and Goldman Sachs Urban Investment Group, the landmarked 1929 Art Deco building was renovated to create 211 apartments and a full suite of residential amenities. The 20-story structure’s conversion was overseen by Inglese Architecture & Engineering and CetraRuddy, and will include a fitness center and yoga studio, a library lounge, a private catering kitchen and dining room, a game room, storage areas, and a crowning rooftop terrace with outdoor cooking areas.
Construction is currently underway to redevelop the dilapidated four-story industrial property at 118-126 Green Street, on the corner of New Jersey Railroad Avenue in Newark’s Ironbound district, into a five-story structure with 64 residential units. The project, dubbed Textile Lofts, will also feature ground-floor commercial-retail space and a laundromat, Jersey Digs reported. The apartments will range from one- to two-bedrooms. Roseland, N.J.-based J&L Companies and an anonymous LLC are the developers. Bergen County, N.J.-based Inglese Architecture + Engineering is the architect. A construction timeline has not been revealed.