ORANGE, NJ - City of Orange Township Mayor Dwayne D. Warren, Joseph Alpert, President, The Alpert Group, LLC, elected officials, and other dignitaries will host a groundbreaking ceremony featuring 128 new upscale residential units of housing.
The Harvard Printing Project, located at 550 Central Avenue in the City of Orange Township, will entail the adaptive re-use of a vacant light industrial site into 128 high-quality apartments and a 160 car parking deck next Monday February 13 at 11:00 am.
The housing will be in a newly constructed 4-story art-deco style building with room for 162 parking spaces. The development will offer a wide range of apartment types to accommodate singles and families including: 99 one-bedroom units; 20 two-bedroom units and 8 three-bedroom units.
Development of this project will contribute to the other revitalization initiatives underway in the surrounding area including the opening and beautification of the redevelopment of the Valley neighborhood as a vibrant-mixed use residential neighborhood and arts district.
This event is free and open to the public.