There is so much redevelopment going on in New Brunswick. The master developer, DEVCO has had huge success with these projects and other private developers have joined in now. Watching the city grow as quickly as it is, is actually quite amazing.
The New Brunswick Performing Arts Center is part of a larger 23-story complex of residential and commercial space that will include 208 residential apartments in the top 18 stories. One of the tallest buildings in New Brunswick, it will also house 2 state-of-the-art theaters, dedicated rehearsal studios, plus academic and 30,000 sq ft of office space. There will also be a new parking garage with 344 parking spaces.
It will also be the new home of the now consolidated George Street Playhouse, Crossroads theater company & Mason Gross school of the arts at Rutgers.
New Brunswick Housing Authority (NBHA) is building a 21-story high rise apartment building slated for 90 New Street, located between Livingston Avenue and George Street which calls for a residential lobby and a 2,000 square foot commercial space on the ground floor, with 111 on-site parking spaces and 186 apartments above.. The housing will include a mix of studio apartments, as well as other units ranging from one to five bedrooms. Plans also call for common study spaces designed specifically for students, as well as a fitness center for the building's residents.
The Hub @ New Brunswick Station is a 1.7 million square foot mixed-use redevelopment project located on four acres directly across from the New Brunswick train station. It will encompass multiple buildings with a flexible design to meet office or lab requirements including technology, office or research use. The development is slated to also include high-rise residential units and retail at street level.
New Brunswick Development Corporation (DEVCO) is a private nonprofit urban real estate development company founded in the mid-1970's to serve as a catalyst for the city's revitalization. Recognized by the New York Time's as a "powerful engine for economic growth" DEVCO has helped the city achieve a remarkable renaissance.
New Brunswick Performing Arts Center