State Officials Announce Funding for Two Bridgeton Housing Initiatives

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BRIDGETON, N.J. -

New Jersey State officials have announced that two housing initiatives in Bridgeton (Cumberland County) will be receiving additional funding.

On Monday, August 28th, Senate President Steve Sweeney, Deputy Speaker John Burzichelli, and Assemblyman Adam Taliaferro announced that the two projects in the city of Bridgeton will be getting more funding as a result of a federal tax credit award program.

The Bridgeton Villas Phase 2 project will be receiving $1.8 million per year, and the River Grove Apartments project will be receiving $1.7 million per year through the New Jersey Housing and Mortgage Finance Agency.

Both projects will be funded for 10 years, and officials say it will help provide better quality of living for residents, and create more jobs for the community. 

Related: Bridgeton Gateway CAP Receives $180K Grant


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