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That's great news. Replacing that ugly building in a location that's a reach from most of the mid/highrise district is going to be a huge leap in creating a legitimate city feel in New Bruns. Really happy to see this starting up!

Here's how it will look from almost that same angle (many times more massive than the building that's being torn down):

Lets start with an update for this project

Similar angle.

20180607_193034 by J Sinclair, on Flickr

The site is massive

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Thanks for all the updates! Awesome pics.

Glad to see they're getting rid of those dilapidated buildings on New Street. Those have been an eyesore for way too long.

I wonder if demo will start on the site for that tower near the courthouse this year.
 

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Two Big Stories This Week

The two big stories for New Brunswick redevelopment this week were the new Rutgers/RWJ partnership and the announcement that construction has officially started on the new 22-story tower next to Rockoff Hall.

RWJ/Rutgers will be constructing new medical research/training buildings in New Brunswick together:
https://www.tapinto.net/towns/new-brunswick/articles/rutgers-rjwbarnabas-enter-1b-20-year-agreement

Landmark Properties is constructing the new 22-story student housing/apartment tower between Rockoff and the Heldrich hotel/condos:
https://www.multihousingnews.com/po...breaks-ground-on-11-student-housing-projects/
 

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Im pretty worried about this. If that metal structure is the elevator, than the new parking garage will be massive and overshadow the entire street

20180726_182614 by J Sinclair, on Flickr

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Over on Easton Ave

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Rutgers is finally building the bus stop by College Ave

20180729_170700 by J Sinclair, on Flickr
 

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Great update. Has construction started on the midrise building at the corner of Easton & Hamilton? That one's really going to help expand the downtown.
 

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^So it looks like this one's going to be a steel structure, unlike the Cultural Center tower.

How's the midrise building on Easton Ave coming along?
 

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^So it looks like this one's going to be a steel structure, unlike the Cultural Center tower.

How's the midrise building on Easton Ave coming along?
Last I saw, a giant hole with some basic support structures. Nothing above street level aside from equipment.

It has an underground garage, while this one has an above ground garage.
 
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