How The College of New Jersey found a partner to complete a much-needed upgrade on campus
By 2009, leaders at The College of New Jersey had developed a vision: New housing and retail shops to enhance their Ewing campus. A walkable place for local residents to interact with students and staff. Employment opportunities, enhanced amenities and new offerings for visitors and returning alumni.
NJIT, Rutgers-Newark hoping new housing will spur students, alums to embrace Brick City
Newark may be a place teeming with college students, but it's far from a college town.
Saint Peter’s center is latest higher ed project built with an eye toward neighborhood renewal
It had been four long decades since Saint Peter's University could boast a new facility like the Mac Mahon Student Center.
Newark feels its new park will spur new development
It was 2007 when Carl Dranoff's firm was tapped to redevelop the prime lot just outside the New Jersey Performing Arts Center in Newark — just in time for a real estate downturn that would stall development across the country.
The new college try Barnes Noble reshaping business model on campuses
People used to only go to their cramped, college basement bookstores just to buy books and college T-shirts. Now, faculty, students, staff and the community hang out in campus bookstores as if they were trendy new student centers.
At a glance New Jersey’s higher ed construction projects
A look at some of New Jersey's higher education construction projects
LifeTown project in Livingston will serve as teacher of life skills to special-needs youth
An audible hum from the fluorescent lights permeated as they cast harsh light on the gray warehouse walls. Contrasting the concrete were blown-up photographs of children smiling, resting against the walls.
Essex County Community College begins 6.7M renovation of campus library
Across the board, New Jersey colleges are making huge strides to keep up with the exponentially accelerating advancements in technology.
Grainger announces plans to build distribution center in N.J., expects to bring 400 jobs to the area
Grainger, a supplier of maintenance, repair and operating products, announced Friday it has purchased 96 acres of land in Bordentown Township for a 1.3 million-square-foot facility.
Fitness center leases Clifton space
Blink Fitness has leased 15,000 square feet of new construction in a Clifton shopping center, according to the property's managing and leasing agent.
Colleges see construction boom about to start
School may be out for summer, but the New Jersey Alliance for Action gathered representatives from many of the top colleges in the state to discuss a wave of construction about to explode on New Jersey campuses.
Mount Olive commercial property sells for 2.35M
A food-processing facility is coming to a formerly vacant piece of land in the International Trade Center in Mount Olive.