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December 4, 2021

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ — A meditation space? An herb garden? A dining area? A playground? The 30 or so residents who attended Thursday night’s meeting at the First Reformed Church on Bayard Street had various suggestions for a new park that will be built on a vacant lot downtown. Soliciting such ...

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NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ —An Edison-based developer received preliminary and final site plan approval from the Zoning Board on Monday night to build a four-story mixed-use project on an 8,400-square-foot lot at 236 French St. The building at the corner of French and Sandford streets will contain four ...

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NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ – Chris Paladino sprung from his seat, collected some wind-tossed papers and returned them to their place on the lectern where Gov. Phil Murphy was speaking. “Paladino does everything in this place,” Murphy quipped, as the DEVCO president returned to his seat. The Man Who ...

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NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ – Big hair was in during the 1980s, but big ideas were apparently in shorter supply. That’s when the Ferren Mall, the latest and greatest in retail spaces, boasted tenants that included a fast food joint and a bodega in the heart of the city’s downtown area across from the New ...

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NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ – Rutgers is expected to announce it will be investing hundreds of millions of dollars in translational research and medical education when ground is broken for the New Jersey Technology and Innovation Hub on Thursday morning. TAPinto New Brunswick has learned that the ...

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NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ – Gov. Phil Murphy and Mayor Jim Cahill are scheduled to attend the groundbreaking for The Hub, a 10-story, cutting-edge home base for research institutions, health care companies and technology firms. Rutgers President Jonathan Holloway, RWJBarnabas Health President and CEO ...

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NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ – The city stands to receive millions of dollars earmarked for development and revitalization now that the state has restored funding to the Urban Enterprise Zone program. The program was designed to have direct benefits for the business owners in New Brunswick and the other 37 ...

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NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ – St.  Peter’s School is gone, but the memories live on for the generations who walked its halls and grew up inside its walls. Many of them now have keepsakes of the school they called home on Somerset Street. The New Brunswick Development Corporation (DEVCO), which is ...

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NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ – Dave Feliciano’s face lit up with pride as he tucked his diploma under his arm. He had slung his jacket and tie over the back of his chair and was celebrating with his four daughters Wednesday after graduating from the Train-to-Hire program. For 12 weeks, Feliciano and 10 ...

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NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ – Tom Valenti fought back tears. He was telling a crowd of about 200 people on Wednesday how proud his mother would be that the school to be built on this Jersey Avenue site will be named in her honor. The Blanquita B. Valenti Community School that will be home to some 1,100 ...

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NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ – The ceremonial groundbreaking for a $55 million elementary school at 50 Jersey Ave. on Wednesday was hailed by the superintendent of schools as a “remarkable day” for the school district and the city. The 125,000 square-foot school, whose construction on a 4.25-acre tract is ...

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NEW BRUNSWICK,  NJ - Demolition began this morning on the Lincoln Annex School. At 9:09 a.m., an orange excavator with a long, rusty attachment created a wide gash in the second floor of the building on Division Street. With a loud ripping sound, pieces of window and framing were yanked their ...

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NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ – A developer is planning to build a six-story apartment building on Bayard Street that will be marketed to urban professionals and millennials. 96-100 Bayard Street Associates, LCC, received preliminary and final site plan approval with variances from the Zoning Board on ...

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NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ – Johnson & Johnson received site plan approval Tuesday night from the Planning Board to make a series of upgrades to parts of its 15.4-acre world headquarters campus. From installing better lighting, to creating signs that detail the company’s long history, to the building ...

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NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ – The application to build a nine-story, 975-space parking garage – a structure that would be literally connected to a proposed 11-story cancer hospital – is scheduled to continue Tuesday night. Hardenberg Street Redevelopment Associates LLC, a New Brunswick Development ...

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NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ – Lincoln Annex School has been transferred from the Board of Education to the private nonprofit urban real estate development company responsible for creating the New Brunswick Performing Arts Center, the high school and many other projects around the city. The sale to the New ...

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