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High Tech High School

Three-Story, 340,000-Square-Foot High Tech High School Rises in Secaucus, N.J.

Steel is rising into place on the three-story, 340,000-square-foot High Tech High School under construction at the end of Paul Amico Way, located in Laurel Hill Park, in southern Secaucus, New Jersey. The new vocational school will boast four academies, including performing arts, applied sciences, culinary arts, and architecture and engineering, the Jersey Journal reported. There will also be a cafeteria, a 350-seat theater, and a parking garage, according to Real Estate Weekly. The Hudson County Improvement Authority and the Hudson County Schools of Technology are the developers. DMR Architects is the design architect, while RSC Architects is serving as the executive architect. Opening is expected in September of 2018.

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Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center's David H. Koch Center for Cancer Care. Rendering by Perkins Eastman

Memorial Sloan Kettering’s David H. Koch Center for Cancer Care Reaches 12 Stories at 530 East 74th Street, Upper East Side

Construction is now underway on the 12th floor of Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center’s 22-story, 750,000-square-foot David H. Koch Center for Cancer Care facility at 530 East 74th Street, located on the corner of the FDR Drive on the Upper East Side. Progress on the project can be seen thanks to photos posted to the YIMBY Forums. At 524 East 74th Street, work still appears to be ongoing below-grade where a 16-story, 403,000-square-foot academic facility is underway for the City University of New York and the Hunter College School of Nursing. The buildings, which will stand 447 feet and 341 feet to their pinnacles, respectively, are designed by Perkins Eastman and Ennead Architects. Completion is expected in 2019.

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15-20 Central Avenue

Five-Story, 75,400-Square-Foot School Redevelopment Filed At 15-20 Central Avenue, Far Rockaway

An anonymous Bronx-based LLC has filed applications to redevelop the severely dilapidated three-story commercial structure at 15-20 Central Avenue, in Far Rockaway, into a five-story school building. The redevelopment will incorporate the stand-alone four-story structure that exists behind the three-story building. The project will encompass 75,440 square feet and will rise 62 feet above street level. The school, which will likely be private, will have a gymnasium, cafeteria, administrative offices, classrooms, and conference rooms. William Leung’s Financial District-based architecture firm is the architect of record.



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