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PERTH AMBOY, NJ-With newly approved state development incentives in place, Ingerman will set in motion four affordable-housing projects in Middlesex, Ocean and Burlington counties, the company said.

Ingerman was awarded a total of $18.65 million in Community Development Block Grant funds and approximately $3.5 million in tax credits, which CEO Brad Ingerman called a “vote of confidence” for its affordable housing efforts. The company is also expanding is market-rate housing work.

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