106-year-old former HS gets $99M college facelift

NEWARK — For students at the New Jersey Institute of Technology and residents of Newark, a $750 million referendum vote from 2012 has finally paid off.

School officials gathered with students, alumni, and faculty last Thursday to officially unveil NJIT’s new Central King Building – a rehabbed 106-year-old former city high school that’s rennovation was the largest project funded by the state’s 2012 Building Our Future Bond Act, a college improvement referendum passed by more than 60 percent of voters in 2012.

State and local officials, including Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno, state Secretary …read more

Source: NJ.com Essex

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