Parkview AP is located in Asbury Park’s southwest neighborhood. Situated directly across from Springwood Park, the detached income-producing properties along Springwood Avenue are bordered by Atkins and Sylvan avenues and Adams Street.
The homes are a short distance to beaches, shopping, galleries, restaurants, music venues, trains and buses at the Asbury Park Transportation Center, Jersey Shore Medical Center, Brookdale Community College, and Monmouth University.
The project is the latest in a long list of successful initiative by Interfaith Neighbors in the southwest neighborhood and are part of a state-approved West Side Neighborhood Revitalization Plan in Asbury Park. First approved by the Dept of Community Affairs [DCA] in 2006, the plan features five overarching goals:
- Improved Housing Conditions
- Economic Revitalization
- Improved Community and Recreational Facilities
- Improved Public Spaces and Infrastructure
- Improved Social Conditions and Public Safety
A Bit of History:
The New York Times noted in a May 2019 article, “the west side is dominated by the black and Latino communities that make up 47 percent and 30 percent of Asbury Park’s population, according to 2017 American Community Survey data…Multifamily buildings are attracting investors, and new businesses are emerging on Springwood Avenue, in the southwest. In March, Boston Way Village, an affordable-housing complex with 104 units, became the first major residential development to open in the area in half a century.”
Interfaith Neighbors projects that have helped revitalize the historic and long stagnant Springwood Avenue corridor includes collaborative initiatives like Springwood Center [below left; completed in May 2012]; Springwood Park [below mid set; completed June 2016], home for the popular Music Mondays free summer concerts; and Kula Urban Farm on Atkins Avenue [below right].
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