An additional public education option for students will be opening next year in Jersey City inside a modern high-rise that is currently under construction.
The Jersey City facility, a major component of the 14-acre SciTech Scity redevelopment, will include a variety of classrooms, an observatory, and several outdoor areas.
Essex County College is hoping to draw tech-minded students with a flashy new campus in West Caldwell.
The New Jersey Institute of Technology’s new 548-bed residence hall is being built at the site of the old Warren Street School in University Heights, Newark.
Hoboken voters will soon be weighing in on an ambitious scheme to build a new facility with loads of amenities but with a hefty price tag.
The building, which dates back nearly 140 years, could be adaptively reused into Newark’s latest residential development.
A Jersey City building in Bergen-Lafayette that was once a center of industry may become a center of education.
The $300 million Jersey City project will build a “mini-city” near Liberty Science Center -- see the new renderings here.
Parents at P.S. 16 have launched an initiative looking to close a playground section of the historic park during weekday school hours as a decision on the matter looms from the city council.
Set to become one of the Garden State’s tallest buildings, the high-rise will add 750 apartments, retail space, a plaza, and a school to a block of Columbus Drive.