5 Gut rehabs these townhomes where built in the 1980s. We modernized them with great new open floor plans and finished basements.
These two buildings were vacant had no windows where covered in graffiti and falling down when M&M purchased them. We re-pointed the entire building added an addition to the upper floor and brought back all of the historic character. The houses where on the verge of being a complete tear down. This labor of love saved these two historic Gem from being just a memory and brought them back to their full glory.
Located in a quaint historic neighborhood of the Ironbound section of Newark. This 3 family rental building was converted into a bi level 2 family rental with 3 bedrooms 2.5 bathrooms and a 30’ addition. Built to historic standards with exposed brick beautiful kitchens and luxurious hardwood floors.
The Building at 103 Magazine Street was is disrepair and all of the beautiful, original features had been cheaply covered with siding. The railroad apartments were still cold flats. At ground level, the commercial space, lay locked up and full of trash. M & M Development brought out the buildings original beauty by restoring the cornice and siding and converting the dreary apartments into five modern affordable apartments, the commercial space became the M&M Development Headquarters.
Village of Hope In 2004 M & M Development rehabilitated two abandoned buildings to create forty-four beautiful and affordable apartment homes. The two buildings have become jewels in the neighborhood and although they have been fully occupied and operational for years they still look as fresh and tidy as when they were just finished. With this project, M & M Development has proved that affordable housing, when well built and beautiful, can be the single most important tool to improve a neighborhood and the lives of the people that inhabit it.
The corner house located at 159 12th Avenue is a perfect example of “making lemonade when you get lemons”.The lot was undersized and required the Planning Board to grant several variances in order to be able to build a duplex on that land. A creative architectural concept and the careful selection of materials and colors produced a gorgeous contemporary house, esthetically pleasing and functional.
Construction on Park View Homes and Homes at 12th Avenue started as the bursting of the real estate bubble and credit meltdown became an undeniable fact. The single family concept is not the most common real estate concept in the city of Newark even in the best of times; yet the lots located in 16th Avenue just across the beautiful, newly refurbished West Side Park, were ideally suited for single family living.