Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for Hilltop Senior Apartments Phase 2
Designed to the United States Green Building Councils’s (USGBC) Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Silver certification standard, Hilltop Senior Apartments, part of Hilltop Partners Senior Urban Renewal, LLC’s Hilltop Redevelopment’s Phase 2, is a six-story building offering studio and one bedroom mixed income units for seniors 55+. Amenities include a healthcare suite, a state of the art fitness center, a large community room with an outdoor terrace and a common laundry room on every floor.
According to Newswires, the Hilltop Redevelopment is a public private partnership to redevelop the former Irvington General Hospital into over 600 multifamily mixed-income residential apartments in 5 buildings and 18 duplex, two-family townhomes. The Township of Irvington, supported by HMFA and the Essex County Executive’s Office, partnered with the Development Team to bring the project to fruition. The Hilltop Senior Apartments was financed with HMFA’s 9% Low Income Housing Tax Credits (“LIHTC”). Other financing partners include JP Morgan Chase, Capital One, Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation, and Raymond James Affordable Housing Investments.