HACKENSACK, N.J. -- Enburg Group, the Hackensack-based developer and owner of the premier high-rise development at 150 Main Street slated for opening in summer 2021 in downtown Hackensack, donated 100 of a scheduled 233 high-end cabinets to the Housing Authority of Bergen County on June 16 in Saddle Brook.
Through the coordinated efforts of Marco Howington, vice president of public relations and governmental affairs of Enburg Group, with their supplier Craftline Cabinet Corporation, Assemblywoman Holly Schepisi and Councilman John Biale, the donation was made as a contribution to the Housing Authority’s housing improvement redevelopment in Saddle Brook. The cabinets are a European-manufactured vanity fabricated to the full standard of handicap/ADA compliance and accessibility. Ideal for all users, soft close hinges make the cabinets child safe and accident-free.
Assemblywoman Schepisi has been a vital support to the Bergen County Housing Authority’s housing improvement program. With Biale, she helped enable funding for their Senior Housing Project on what was once a nursing home.
About Enburg Group
Established in 1978, Enburg Group started as a local food manufacturer in Southeast Asia and has evolved into a multidimensional investment company that has branched out to encompass a number of industries including real estate development. While Enburg has hotels in Somerset and East Brunswick, they recognized Hackensack’s growth potential and chose it to be the home of their first large scale development project in the US. The Enburg Group is looking forward to becoming an integral part of the Bergen County Community and a major contributor to its redevelopment.