NEWARK, NJ—A project to redevelop a former psychiatric facilityin the Fairmont Heights section of the cityappears poised to break ground sometime in 2015.

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The Greater Newark Housing Partnership isbehind the project to build an affordable housing development at128-134 South 10th St. that will predominantly provide supportivehousing for the formerly homeless, according to NJ.com.

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The complex will feature four studio apartments, nineone-bedroom apartments, and eight two-bedroom units. About 15 ofthose units will targeted toward formerly homeless individuals andfamilies, who will be offered support services by Apostles'House of Newark, the development group said.

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A two-family house with two affordable three-bedroom apartmentsis planned nearby. The project is being developed by GNHP inpartnership with Parkmont Housing and Redevelopment,LLC. See story at nj.com.

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