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Ground Broken Bayonne Hobart Housing Project

Ground Broken in Bayonne for Hobart Housing Project
Pictured Left to Right Bishop Mark M. Beckwith of the Episcopal Diocese of Newark,John Restrepo, Director of Housing and Community Development for the Garden State Episcopal Community Development Corporation,  Rev. Gregory Perez, President and Chief Executive Officer of the Windmill Alliance, Annmarie C. Uebbing, Director of the Community Planning and Development Division of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, and Bayonne Mayor James Davis
Bayonne Mayor James Davis speaks with the audience at Ground Breaking Ceremony for Hobart Housing Project

Ground Broken Bayonne for Hobart Housing Project

            On May 31, church leaders and public officials took part Rev. Gregory Perez, President and Chief Executive Officer of the Windmill Alliance, t in a ground-breaking ceremony for the Hobart Housing Project, an eight-unit development to be located at 180-186 Hobart Avenue in Bayonne.  The Hobart Project will provide affordable housing units for people with developmental disabilities, and other units for low-to-moderate income people, with a preference for special needs households not referred by the New Jersey Division of Developmental Disabilities.  Until recently, that location was the site of a former warehouse that housed social services sponsored by the Windmill Alliance, a non-profit organization that is associated with Trinity Episcopal Parish in Bergen Point.  The Garden State Episcopal Community Development Corporation (GSEDC) will be the lead developer of the new building.  Continue reading Ground Broken Bayonne Hobart Housing Project

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