Groundbreaking for affordable housing community for seniors held in Edison (New Jersey Department of Community Affairs)

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March 5th, 2020


A groundbreaking was held for an affordable housing facility earmarked for residents 62 and over.  

Rev. James F. Checchio, Bishop of Metuchen, and Cardinal Joseph W. Tobin, Archbishop of the Archdiocese of Newark, were joined Feb. 25 by civic and community leaders at the groundbreaking for St. Paul the Apostle Senior Residence, according to a release.  

The 42,788-square-foot facility, located at 635 Amboy Ave., will provide 42 affordable housing units and is expected to open in the fall, John Westervelt, president of Domus Corp., who served as emcee at the groundbreaking, said in the release.


Every good project starts with a strong partnership, which included Edison, Middlesex County, New Jersey Housing and Mortgage Finance Agency, New Jersey Department of Community Affairs, Federal Home Loan Bank, TD Bank, Enterprise Housing Credit Investors, LLC, and Community Preservation Corporation, he said. 

Read MyCentral's article "Groundbreaking for affordable housing community for seniors held in Edison," featuring the New Jersey Department of Community Affairs.

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