A new, 500,000-square-foot wooden office building will replace Bears and Eagles Riverfront Stadium in Newark (NJ). Designed by Michael Green Architecture, the structure will be the largest wooden tower in the United States. It will serve as the centerpiece for the Riverfront Square development. Read more and view renderings here.
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The joint venture behind a high-profile office tower in Camden (NJ) has unveiled another piece of its waterfront redevelopment — a $48 million, 156-unit luxury apartment building — adjacent to soon-to-be demolished Campbell’s Field, former home of the Camden Riversharks (Independent Professional, Atlantic League). Read more here. Thanks to Johnn Cerone for the link.
Camden’s troubled baseball stadium, once hailed a new beginning for the city’s waterfront, will be torn down and replaced with three Rutgers University athletic fields under a deal approved by the university’s board Thursday. Read more here.
The General Assembly’s Joint Legislative Government Commission voted unanimously Tuesday to let the High Point (NC) borrow up to $38 million to build a multiuse stadium downtown that would host an Atlantic League (International League) franchise. Read more here.
The plans for the redevelopment of the Newark Bears and Eagles Riverfront Stadium property and surrounding area have expanded, and the public will soon get a chance to weigh in on whether it should go forward. Read more here. Thanks to John Cerone for the heads up.
In less than two weeks, a big undertaking begins in North Carolina’s furniture capital. The demolition of old buildings will begin December 1st, the first of many steps to make room for a downtown baseball stadium to house a franchise from the Atlantic League (Independent Professional). Read more here.