Fair Share Housing Center


  • December 29th 2017

    2017 accomplishments and forward to 2018!

    Posted by Kevin Walsh

    After more than a decade of delays, the logjam finally broke in 2017. Because of our work and because of your support, the widespread disregard of New Jersey’s fair housing laws has ended.

    With your help, 2018 promises to be another year in which we make New Jersey fairer, more affordable, and more racially and economically inclusive.

    But taking on hundreds of municipalities to make sure they create opportunities for working families, people with disabilities, and lower-income seniors is not an easy or inexpensive task. We need your support. Please send a gift today so we can continue our work in 2018. (more)

  • November 20th 2017

    Affordable Housing Units Available in Teaneck

    Posted by Laura Denker

    The first of dozens of units of affordable housing from a wave of new multi-family developments under construction or planned in the township are becoming available.

    Piazza & Associates, the company Teaneck officials hired to administer its affordable housing, is accepting applications for 10 apartments — eight one-bedroom units in a new 127-unit building rising from a vacant lot at 1475 Palisade Ave. and a pair of two-bedroom units, located off-site in an existing two-story apartment building on Fort Lee Road — as part of the new development’s affordable housing agreement. (more)

  • November 3rd 2017

    Affordable Housing Opportunity in North Brunswick

    Posted by Laura Denker

    North Brunswick Crescent is a redeveloped property consisting of 183 one - and two- bedroom apartments. Improvements to the apartments include new kitchens and baths, the addition of central heating and air conditioning, a new laundry closet with washer and dryer hookups, and upgrades to exterior, flooring, and fixtures. In addition, a new clubhouse is being added to the property, which will feature a management office and activity space for residents. Rents are set at 60% Area Media Income (AMI) for Middlesex County.

    Applications are available now at the management office and here. Continue reading for more information on the income qualifications and application process. (more)

  • October 6th 2017

    Richard Rothstein, Author of “The Color of Law” to Speak Locally

    Posted by Laura Denker

    LaSalle University in Philadelphia will host Mr. Rothstein on October 10, 2017 at 6pm. This event will be held at Founders’ Hall Auditorium, 723 North Wister Street, Philadelphia. This is a free event, but guests are asked to register for planning purposes. (more)

  • September 29th 2017


    Posted by Laura Denker

    FSHD and the Walters Group are pleased to introduce our newest housing development Phase III of the Mount Laurel Master Plan with 36 townhomes for rent at Ethel R. Lawrence Homes III and 24 single family homes available at Robinson Estates. (more)