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Community Housing in Partnership (CHIP)

CHIP provides affordable housing for first-time homebuyers, senior citizens, low and moderate income persons and individuals with special needs by constructing and renovating residences for single family ownership and multiple dwelling unit rentals.

CHIP, founded in 1989 by Robert F. Halsch, Jr., Executive Director, Bergen County Community Action Partnership, Inc., is a 501(c)3 non-profit corporation, certified by the State of New Jersey as a Community Housing Development Organization (CHDO).

Working with outstanding architects and engineers, CHIP enables communities to participate in the creation of designs that are consistent with neighborhood characteristics and the desires of residents. Pictured are just a few of CHIP's housing projects including the construction of 40 unites of both affordable and market rate housing in the Morris Canal section of Jersey City, NJ.

Broadway Village
Broadway Village in Woodcliff Lake
Teaneck Rental Apartments
CHIP's role includes:  

Jersey City
Jersey City Family Homes

Defining the Development Concept in partnership with realtors, bankers, public officials and interested public

Conducting feasibility studies

• Securing financial commitments

Procuring development and construction approvals

Marketing the project

Constructing/Renovating the homes

Managing the Property

CHIP designs, builds, and manages affordable housing.  
For more information, please call 201-489-1345.