The New Jersey Economic Development Authority’s (NJEDA) Board yesterday approved the adoption of new rules for the Aspire Program aimed to spur development and increase affordable housing in communities across the state. The rule changes include increased per project caps, expanded eligibility for transformative projects, and increased affordability controls for residential units. The Aspire Program is a gap financing tool to support commercial, mixed-use, and residential real estate development projects. Read more from the NJEDA.