All About William Dunlap Homes, NJ

The worker's comp lawyers in William Dunlap Homes, NJ, at Garden State Justice Group, have sponsored the following on the area's history.

William Dunlap Homes

The neighborhood is a district of Maurer and is located in Middlesex County, New Jersey. Convery Boulevard, Waltrous Avenue, and Amboy Avenue create the borders for the community. The area of the neighborhood covers an eleven-acre space just north of New Jersey Route 440. 


The area is home to the oldest public housing projects in the state of New Jersey. It was designed by Langan for the Perth Amboy Housing Authority and constructed from 1939 to 1940. The neighborhood consists of 17 two-story apartment buildings with 156 apartments. The area is home to many low or moderate-income households, and the monthly rent amount is based on income. 


Some improvements to the community included the following:

  • new pedestrian walks and outdoor gathering spaces
  • decorative fencing with brick piers
  • new development signage
  • landscape planting
  • soil erosion control
  • trash enclosure 
  • outdoor clothing lines

Nearby in the town of Maurer are the following retail shops for the residents:

  • Big Pantry - located on Amboy Avenue
  • ShopRite of Perth Amboy - located on Convery Boulevard
  • GameStop - located on Convery Boulevard

Nearby parks include the following:

  • Willow Pond Park - located on Pfeiffer Boulevard
  • Francis Street Park - located on Francis Street
  • Perth Amboy Skateboard Park - located on New Brunswick Avenue
  • Washington Park - located on New Brunswick Avenue


As many as 27.7% of the residents were born in countries outside of the United States. Spanish is spoken by 62.7%, as the majority of the residents are of Spanish descent. The ancestral makeup of the community is the following:

  • 26.2% Dominican
  • 26.0% Puerto Rican
  • 6.6% Mexican
  • 6.3% South American
  • 3.3% Polish

The income of the community is on average middle-income households. Only 3.3% of the children are reported to be living below the poverty line. The occupational breakdown of the working adult residents is the following:

  • 35.3% manufacturing and laborer occupations
  • 27.5% executive, management, and professional roles
  • 19.9% sales and service positions
  • 17.2% clerical, assistant, and technical support occupations

To find out more fun facts on the area: A Quick History of Harbortown, NJ

Our Local Office

If you have been injured while at your workplace, our experienced William Dunlap Homes, NJ, worker's comp lawyers at Garden State Justice Group, will fight to get you the compensation you deserve. Call our office today for a free consultation.

Garden State Justice Group
279 New Brunswick Ave 2nd Fl
Fords, NJ 08863
(732) 695-4369

Do You Qualify?

  • Details
  • Incident
  • Aftermath

Free Case Evaluation

Call Today 
24/7 Free
No Win. No Fee
(833) 652-9264

Our Local Injury Offices in New Jersey

Garden State Justice Group
15 Burnt Mill Rd # D
Cherry Hill, NJ 08003
(856) 436-7034
VX6V+48 Cherry Hill, New Jersey
Cherry Hill Law Office
Garden State Justice Group
602 Broadway
Camden, NJ 08103
(856) 436-7242
WVQJ+39 Camden, New Jersey
Camden, NJ Law Office
Garden State Justice Group
438 Ganttown Rd d
Sewell, NJ 08080
(856) 436-7593
PWRG+4W Sewell, Mantua Township, NJ
Sewell, NJ Law Office
Date Published: May 21, 2021
Contact Us Today For A Free Consultation
Call Our 24/7 NJ Injury Helpline Now
(833) 652-9264submit form here
Garden State Justice Group. All rights reserved. 

This website is by DiLeonardo Law LLC d/b/a Garden State Justice Group. We have offices throughout the state of New Jersey with attorneys licensed to practice law in New Jersey. Use of this site does not form an attorney-client relationship and information herein shall not be construed as legal advice. This website is to be considered as ATTORNEY ADVERTISING. Past settlement and verdict values are no guarantee of similar future outcomes. This firm may retain local counsel for prosecuting cases. Results may vary from case to case depending on the specific circumstances of the case. This website has not been approved by the Supreme Court of New Jersey.
SitemapPrivacy PolicyDisclaimer & Terms Of Service