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New Jersey Architecture News

NJ Architecture News – latest additions to this page, arranged chronologically:

Oct 31, 2019
The Modern, Fort Lee
Design: Elkus Manfredi Architects
The Modern Fort Lee New Jersey architecture
photo © Evan Joseph
The Modern at Fort Lee
The Modern at Fort Lee is a new mixed-use residential development at the foot of the George Washington Bridge in New Jersey. It is a major landmark for Fort Lee and a catalyst for significant future growth in the surrounding area.

Apr 3, 2019
485 Marin in Jersey City, Jersey City
Architects: HWKN
485 Marin in Jersey City NJ
image courtesy of architects
485 Marin in Jersey City, NJ
Multi-family residential building transitioning between the nearby brownstone neighborhood Hamilton Park and the Newport, a dense section of the city that offers quick access to New York. Red brick ties the building to its context.

Mar 2, 2018
Lewis Arts Complex Princeton University
Design: Steven Holl Architects
Lewis Arts Complex Princeton University by Steven Holl Architects
photo © Paul Warchol
Lewis Arts Complex Princeton University Building

Feb 22, 2018
Lotus Equity Group Office Building, Newark
Design: Michael Green Architecture
Lotus Equity Group Office Building in Newark - New Jersey architecture
image courtesy of architects
Lotus Equity Group Office Building in Newark
Lotus Equity Group today announced plans to develop the United States’ largest mass timber office building as part of Riverfront Square, Newark’s most ambitious redevelopment project.

Feb 6, 2018
Riverfront Square, Newark waterfront
Design: Michael Green Architecture

Largest timber-constructed office building in USA

Lotus Equity Group announced plans to develop the USA’s largest mass timber office building as part of Riverfront Square, Newark’s redevelopment project.

It will include around 500,000 sqft of Class A office space designed to enhance tenant wellness and environmental sustainability.

Largest timber-constructed office building in USA
images courtesy of architects

The 11.8-acre waterfront site is located close to Newark Broad Street Station. Nearby is the proposed Riverfront Park designed by James Corner Field Operations.

Riverfront Square Newark waterfront building design

The wooden structure forms a massive mixed-use development on the Broad Street corridor.

The environmentally sustainable office tower project is likely to also include up to 2,000 residential units, large and small-scale retail, cultural and public open space, a hotel, 2 million sqft of office space, and parking spaces.

Riverfront Square Newark wood building facade structure

The sustainable building is formed of three separate sections, at 6, 8 and 11 stories tall.

Columns, exterior panels, elevators, stairwells and floor systems will be made of mass timber, reducing greenhouse-gas emissions through retained carbon.

Sep 30, 2016
Biotrial North American Headquarters by Francis Cauffman, UHSTP, Newark
Design: Francis Cauffman, Architects
Biotrial North American Headquarters
photo : Chris Cooper
Biotrial North American Headquarters in New Jersey
Biotrial’s North American Headquarters Celebrates Ribbon Cutting in Newark’s University Heights Science & Technology Park

Oct 7, 2013
MD Anderson Cancer Center at Cooper in Camden
Design: Francis Cauffman, Architects
MD Anderson Cancer Center at Cooper in Camden, New Jersey architecture
photo : Chris Cooper
MD Anderson Cancer Center at Cooper improves the patient experience, easing the treatment process and promoting healing through a design that combines high-powered efficiency and effectiveness with special touches that meet patients’ needs.

Sep 25, 2013
230 Halsey Street, Newark
Design: Richard Meier & Partners Architects

230 Halsey Street in Newark - New Jersey architecture
picture Courtesy Richard Meier & Partners
This new building has been designed with bright classrooms full of natural light to promote learning and it is intended to become the center of an active, 24-hour neighborhood. Teachers Village consists of two new school buildings, residential apartments for Newark-based educators, and retail space in downtown Newark, south of Market Street and west of Broad Street. It will encompass eight new buildings, including Workforce Housing, school buildings that currently house charter schools and a day-care center, and small to mid-scale retail.

May 6, 2013
Newark Visitor’s Center
Design: YBGSNA
Newark Visitor Center Building - New Jersey architecture
image from architect
Newark Visitor’s Center
The relatively modest programmatic scale of the project, led us do propose a fluid structure that can operate easily with different realities. Its dynamic shape blends with the speed and traffic flow of Raymond Boulevard, while at the same time it defines a smooth and organic edge to a recreational park on the river front. It’s ambiguous translucent and reflective appearance; demonstrates the different roles of which the structure can play within a complex urban environment.

Feb 15, 2012
Teachers Village Newark
Design: Richard Meier & Partners
Teachers Village Building
picture © Richard Meier & Partners
Teachers Village Newark
Richard Meier & Partners is pleased to announce the groundbreaking of Teachers Village in Newark, New Jersey. The project will be a mixed-use development that will include two school buildings with three charter schools and a daycare center, rental apartments for Newark teachers, and 70,000 square feet of retail space. The project is envisioned to revitalize a large portion of the city’s downtown, create jobs and spur future development.

New Jersey Buildings – Recent Designs

Frick Chemistry Laboratory, Princeton University
Design: Hopkins Architects with Payette Associates
Frick Chemistry Laboratory
photo : Princeton University
Frick Chemistry Laboratory
The soaring atrium at 27 feet wide and 75 feet high connects the building’s two wings, fostering cross-disciplinary collaboration and putting research firmly on display. The atrium is named Taylor Commons and the building’s large auditorium is named Edward C. Taylor Auditorium, both in honor of Taylor, Princeton’s A. Barton Hepburn Professor of Organic Chemistry Emeritus. His research led to the development of the anti-cancer drug Alimta in cooperation with the pharmaceutical company Eli Lilly, and Princeton’s U.S. patent has yielded royalties that supported the construction of the chemistry building.

The Yogi Berra Museum and Learning Center, Montclair, New Jersey
Design: ikon.5 architects
The Yogi Berra Museum and Learning Center Building
photograph : James D’Addio
The Yogi Berra Museum
The architects’ approach creates a multi-functioning transparent gallery that serves as a flexible exhibition area, collaborative teaching space and reception hall. This one room gallery is a vitrine for displaying baseball memorabilia and the mission of the museum and learning center. The simple glass box addition is a ‘billboard’ advertising the mission of the museum and learning center. It has a visible presence and impact on the main access road that leads to the adjacent minor league ballpark that the museum shares its site with. The transparent pavilion allows the exhibits, temporary or permanent, to be on display from those driving by along the access road.

Newark Visitor Center Project, New Jersey
Newark Visitor Center Competition

New Jersey Architecture

e-architect select the key examples of New Jersey Architecture Developments. We cover completed New Jersey Architecture Developments and new building designs across the state.

Major NJ Building Projects, alphabetical:

Campbell’s Employee Center, Camden, New Jersey
Design: KlingStubbins
Campbell Soup Company Employee Center
photograph from KlingStubbins
Campbell Soup Company Employee Center
The Campbell Soup Company’s Employee Center has been awarded LEED NC Silver Certification by the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC). LEED Certification was one of the many complex spatial, performance, and programmatic criteria targeted by the KlingStubbins project team, and through sustainable strategies, the project attained LEED Silver Certification, exceeding the original goal of Certified.

George Segal Art Gallery, Montclair
Design: ikon.5 architects
American Art Gallery Building
image from architect
American Art Gallery

John T. Gregorio Towers, Linden
Gran Kriegel Associates
Gregorio Towers Linden
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Gregorio Towers Linden

Princeton University – Arts Buildings
Design: Steven Holl Architects
Princeton University Arts Campus
image : Princeton University
New Jersey building

16-18 Quarry Street – housing, Princeton Borough
RMJM Hillier
Princeton House
photo from RMJM
Princeton House

Richard Stockton College, Pomona
RMJM Hillier
Richard Stockton College
picture from architect
Richard Stockton College

Swell House, Highland Park
Studio ST Architect and Z-A
New Jersey house
picture from architect
New Jersey house

University Medical Center Princeton Hospital
RMJM Hillier / HOK

Princeton Hospital Building
photo : RMJM HillierHOK
Princeton Hospital

More New Jersey Buildings online soon

Major NJ Building Designs, no images, alphabetical:

Alcatel-Lucent Bell Labs, Holmdel
Eero Saarinen with landscape architects Sasaki, Walker & Associates

Capital Health System New Mercer Hospital
HKS, Inc.

Gordon Wu Hall, Princeton
Venturi, Scott Brown and Associates

Princeton University – Chemistry Building
Hopkins Architects

Princeton University – Genomics building
Rafael Vinoly

Princeton University – Science Library
Frank Gehry

Princeton University – Whitman College
Porphyrios Associates
Approx. $136m dormitory building

Trenton Bath House, Trenton
Louis Kahn

Union City – condominium tower

Daniel Libeskind

Vista Center – office tower, Trenton

More New Jersey Building Designs online soon

Location: New Jersey, USA

Neighbouring State/Country Architecture to New Jersey

Pennsylvania Architecture

New York State Architecture

Delaware Buildings

Princeton University Arts Campus

American Architecture

Atlantic City Boardwalk Holocaust Memorial Inc., New Jersey
International open two-stage design competition for the purpose of realizing an inspiring Memorial to the Holocaust and genocide on a magnificent site dedicated for that purpose by the city of Atlantic City, NJ.
Awards: First Stage US $30,000, Second Stage Winner Awarded Commission to Realize Winning Design
Jury incl. Daniel Libeskind, Richard Meier
Atlantic City Boardwalk Holocaust Memorial Competition

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