Luciani and Webster Win Approval for Irvington, NJ Property

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A new five-story residential building with several units earmarked for affordable housing will soon grace 67-79 Twenty Second Street in Irvington, New Jersey—a township surrounded on three sides by the City of Newark.

Ten percent of the building’s 62 residential units will qualify as affordable housing.

Jodi Luciani and Elnardo Webster, Newark-based partners in Connell Foley LLP’s Real Estate and Land Use Group, on March 21, 2024 won Irvington Planning Board approval for the project on behalf of its developer, 67-79 Twenty Second Urban Renewal LLC.

The building will comprise 37 one-bedroom, 21 two-bedroom, and 4 three-bedroom apartments. Tenants will have access to amenities including on-site ground floor parking, a lobby, bicycle storage, a gym, and rooftop space. 

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