Bergen Court Apartments are NOW OPEN

Garden State Episcopal Community Development Corporation (GSECDC) is proud to have held a ribbon cutting event for the Bergen Court Apartments. After the building sat vacant for 10 years, GSECDC successfully partnered with HMFA, Jersey City, Hudson County and New Jersey Community Capital to substantially rehabilitate this facility. The project located at 242 Bergen Ave, Jersey City includes 12 affordable housing units, eight two-bedroom units with rents below 60% of the area median income and four one-bedroom units that are set aside for chronically homeless individuals with disabilities.

Read more about the project on the Together North Jersey website.

Bergen Court Apartments - Nearly Complete & Now Leasing

Check out the latest construction pictures of the Bergen Courts Apartments. Located at 242 Bergen Ave in Jersey City, this property laid vacant for several years. We here at GSECDC are proud of our work and excited that it is nearly complete. To check for availability please call 201-209-9301 Extension 301.

APPLY NOW for one of eight two-bedroom apartments priced at $774 per month.  

Groundbreaking - Bergen Court Apartments

Bergen Court Apartments located at 242 Bergen Avenue in Jersey City is now under construction. This property has been abandoned for over 10 years and will provide 12 units of affordable housing. The project will be completed in March 2013 thanks to $2.5M in financial from federal, state, county and local resources.

Randi Moore of the County Division of Community Development, Father Harmon GSECDC Board of Directors, Michele Massey Councilwoman for Ward F, Carol Mori Executive Director of GSECDC, Mayor Healy, Peter Van Brunt President of GSECDC, John Restrepo Director of Housing and Community Development for GSECDC, Anthony Marchetta Executive Director for NJ Housing and Mortgage Finance Agency, David Bloomber of NJ Community Capital, and Carl Zcaplicki Director of the Jersey City Department of Housing, Economic Development and Commerce celebrate the groundbreaking at 242 Bergen Avenue.