NJ Future Smart Growth Awards Virtual Celebration

Join NJ Future for a very special virtual celebration honoring six incredible projects and the Cary Edwards Leadership Award winner for their groundbreaking contributions to making New Jersey communities sustainable and strong. This year’s celebration will be hosted on Zoom. NJ Future will be waiving all admission fees for this memorable event, though registration is required in order to receive your unique link to attend.

2020 Smart Growth Award Winners

PETER REINHART, Cary Edwards Leadership Award
Career-long Smart Growth and Affordable Housing Advocate and Former Director of the Kislak Real Estate Institute, Monmouth University

WHITLOCK MILLS, JERSEY CITY
Reactivation and repurposing of a historic group of dormant industrial buildings to bring new mixed-income housing to a rapidly changing area of redevelopment
Primary Partners: RPM Development Group; City of Jersey City; New Jersey Housing & Mortgage Finance Agency; Inglese Architecture + Engineering

CITY OF NEWARK LEAD REDUCTION PROGRAM
A revolutionary citywide lead removal program recognized as a national model for its aggressive approach to removing lead from drinking water
Primary Partners: City of Newark; Newark Department of Water and Sewer; State of New Jersey; County of Essex; CDM Smith

NEW BRUNSWICK PERFORMING ARTS CENTER
A 23-story state-of-the-art mixed-use arts hub housing two theaters and rehearsal space for beloved local theater companies and university students
Primary Partners: New Brunswick Development Corporation; City of New Brunswick; County of Middlesex; Rutgers University; Pennrose; New Brunswick Parking Authority

WASHINGTON STREET REDESIGN PROJECT, HOBOKEN
Landmark redesign of a bustling historic corridor spanning 16 blocks in the city
Primary Partners: City of Hoboken; T&M Associates; Underground Utilities Corporation; New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection; North Hudson Sewerage Authority; Suez

MURPHY VARNISH WORKS, NEWARK
Community-focused restoration of an abandoned historic icon creating new housing and retail
Primary Partners: Golden Towers Corp; Studio for Urban Architecture & Design (SUAD); City of Newark (Landmarks and Historic Preservation Commission)

SOCIAL PROFIT CENTER AT MILL ONE, HAMILTON
Innovative nonprofit-driven restoration of a sizable historic building creating affordable mixed-use workspace for local nonprofits and artists
Primary Partners: Isles, Inc.; Hamilton Township; New Jersey Community Capital; US Bancorp Community Development Corporation

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Date

Dec 15 2020

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4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
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