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The Ponds at Jackson Twenty-One opens doors to Sandy victims

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A rendering of the Jackson property.
A rendering of the Jackson property. - ()

Matrix New World Engineering has announced the opening of housing at The Ponds at Jackson Twenty-One in Jackson to accommodate residents of the state impacted by the destruction wrought by 2012’s Superstorm Sandy.

The eleven-building, 88-unit mixed-income apartments are part of the more than 600-acre Jackson Woods complex that plans to offer 1,541 apartment and townhouse units.

The Ponds opening marks the second phase of a four-piece development plan.

Matrix prepared the preliminary/final major site plan, stormwater management design, New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection permitting plans and the boundary and topographic survey for Jackson Woods, in addition to obtaining other required approvals.

Built by the Walters Group, Jackson Woods also includes streams, wetlands and wildlife habitats.

Matrix New World Engineering is headquartered in Florham Park with offices in Eatontown, New York City, Louisiana, Texas and Arizona.

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Jessica Perry

Jessica Perry

Jessica is the Web Editor for NJBIZ. You can reach her at jperry@njbiz.com.

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