Interested in Clark's age-restricted housing development on Terminal Avenue? The leasing office for the project by Garden State Homes will open on Monday, Oct. 14.
The plans include four, four-story residential buildings with a total of 329 one- or two-bedroom units, 20 percent of which will be designated lower income housing per Coalition on Affordable Housing rules. The complex will be limited to residents 55 and over, 66 and older for the COAH units. One of the buildings will contain a 4,500-square-foot community space.
"This is the vision I had since 1996," said Clark Senior Housing President Bill Caruso at the project's ground-breaking ceremony. "People want to be here with their children and their grandchildren. That’s the cry I heard from all the seniors – build us something so we can stay with our families. I am so delighted that we finally got to this day."