Neighborhood Revitalization Tax Credit Program

Since its inception in 2002, the Neighborhood Revitalization Tax Credit (NRTC) program has become one of the most successful public/private programs furthering community development and neighborhood change in New Jersey. The NRTC was designed by the Housing and Community Development Network of New Jersey, authorized by the New Jersey Legislature in 2002, and is administered by the state Department of Community Affairs (DCA). The program offers business entities who invest in the revitalization of eligible low- and moderate-income neighborhoods a 100 percent tax credit against various state taxes. Program-wide, a total of $10 million per year is available in tax credits, with a maximum of $1 million available per neighborhood. 

REPORT: Transforming New Jersey Communities through Planning, Investment and Community Engagement

2014 Supplement to Transforming New Jersey Communities through Planning, Investment and Community Engagement

Communicating, Collaborating, and Coordinating to Revitalize New Jersey Neighborhoods by Lois W. Greco of the Wells Fargo Regional Foundation

NRTC Proposed Rule Change

Getting your plan designated by HUD as a Neighborhood Revitalization Strategy Area

NEWS: Camden meeting to address neighborhood revitalization

NJ Map of NRTC Projects