Prospect Towers residents must wait another month to return home

Residents of Prospect Towers in Hackensack will not be able to return to their apartments for at least another month.The attached parking deck of Prospect

HACKENSACK - Residents of Prospect Towers in Hackensack will not be able to return to their apartments for at least another month.

The attached parking deck of Prospect Towers collapsed in July.

Residents of the 300-unit building haven't been able to live there since, as utility lines are restored and apartments are repaired. A spokesman for the building's owner, Equity Residential, says some residents found other places to live while others are in temporary housing, paid for by Equity Residential.

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