New Jersey Future recently hosted its Smart Growth Awards, honoring major redevelopments in the state and former Gov. James Florio.
The program took place June 6 at the Great Hall at Rutgers Newark at 15 Washington St.
See below for a slideshow of the awards.
All photos by Keith Muccilli Photography LLC/Courtesy: New Jersey Future
The award winners include:
700 Jackson, Hoboken: A transit-oriented, mixed-use, mixed-income development that includes public and civic uses and innovative storm water management features
- Primary partners: Bijou Properties, City of Hoboken, Marchetto Higgins Stieve Architects
Aerofarms, Newark: An innovative, sustainable, locally focused urban agriculture enterprise
- Primary partners: Goldman Sachs Urban Investment Group, Prudential Financial, New Jersey Economic Development Authority, RBH Group, AeroFarms
Great Falls Circulation Study, Paterson: An analysis of opportunities for redevelopment, improved circulation, enhanced pedestrian mobility and expanded access to Great Falls National Historical Park
- Primary partners: County of Passaic; WSP; North Jersey Transportation Planning Authority
Harvard Printing Co., Orange: A transit-oriented development that combines new construction with a repurposed historic Art Deco factory building into mixed-income housing
- Primary partners: Harvard Development Urban Renewal Associates LLC, Kitchen & Associates, HANDS Inc.
Roebling Lofts, Trenton: A transit-oriented project that transforms a long-vacant historic industrial building into residential rental lofts.
- Primary partners: HHG Development, City of Trenton, Mercer County Improvement Authority, New Jersey Economic Development Authority, Clarke Caton Hintz
Smart Growth in Action, Somerville: The realization of a long-term comprehensive plan that has revitalized a community into a thriving hub of activity.
- Primary partners: Somerset County Division of Planning, Somerset County Business Partnership, JSM at Somerville LLC, VMD Associates LLC
Union Eagle Senior Apartments, Bordentown: An adaptive reuse of an abandoned industrial building in a gentrifying area into affordable senior and veterans’ housing
- Primary partners: Mission First Housing Group, City of Bordentown, New Jersey Housing and Mortgage Finance Agency, Burlington County Board of Chosen Freeholders