Steel is rising into place on the three-story, 340,000-square-foot High Tech High School under construction at the end of Paul Amico Way, located in Laurel Hill Park, in southern Secaucus, New Jersey. The new vocational school will boast four academies, including performing arts, applied sciences, culinary arts, and architecture and engineering, the Jersey Journal reported. There will also be a cafeteria, a 350-seat theater, and a parking garage, according to Real Estate Weekly. The Hudson County Improvement Authority and the Hudson County Schools of Technology are the developers. DMR Architects is the design architect, while RSC Architects is serving as the executive architect. Opening is expected in September of 2018.
Hudson County Community College has broken ground on a six-story, 74,000 square-foot academic building at a former parking lot at 263 Academy Street, in Jersey City’s Journal Square. The building will house STEM classes, and completion is expected in the Fall of 2017, according to The Jersey Journal. RSC Architects is designing.