Liberty Science Center Moves Forward With Plans for SciTech Scity Academic Complex, Jersey City

SciTech ScitySciTech Scity. Credit: Liberty Science Center

The Liberty Science Center is moving forward with plans to develop an eight-story, 400,000-square-foot mixed-use academic complex on the 16-acre site at 222 Jersey City Boulevard, in Jersey City’s Liberty Harbor section. Dubbed SciTech Scity, it will include the Liberty Science K-12 school, which will likely consist of charter, vocational, and/or private schools, Jersey Digs reported. There will also be roughly 160,000 square feet of research and collaborative office space, called Edge Works.

SciTech Scity

SciTech Scity. Credit: Liberty Science Center

The Scholars Village will consist of 266 residential units, of which 154 will be designated for graduate students. Fifty units will be utilized for short-term visitors, with the remaining 62 units designed for campus employees. There will also be a 135-key hotel called Thomas Hotel. Amsterdam-based architecture firm Concrete is behind the design. Groundbreaking is tentatively scheduled in the summer of 2018, pending the required approvals. Completion would occur a few years later.

Liberty Science Center

Existing Liberty Science Center.

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