New Jersey on Track for Modular Home-building Facility

mod homes  jersey city  hudson reporter  e. assata wright creditFollowing a story MHProNews last posted Aug. 8, 2012, regarding the sale of public property to a modular home builder, New Jersey’s Local Finance Board approved the sale of portions of Bridgeton’s Municipal Port Authority, including an 83,000 square-foot warehouse, to Renewable Jersey LLC. As reports, the warehouse needs to be converted to modular home production where up to 120 full-time jobs are planned. As Bridgeton Mayor Albert B. Kelly says, “At the end of the day, it’s about jobs. Renewable Jersey has been a steadfast partner with us to get to this point, but they won’t be satisfied until they are producing modular homes and I won’t be satisfied until I see some of our residents going to work at their facility each day.” ##

(Photo credit: E. Assata Wright/–modular home being sited in New Jersey)


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