2004 Smart Growth Award Winners
Read about great smart growth and sustainable development projects around the state and winners in the Smart Growth Awards.
- SJP Properties
Waterfront Corporate Center is the cornerstone of the Hoboken Waterfront Redevelopment Plan and one of the most visible signs of the work that has been done to revitalize an area whose abandoned buildings, fenced-off lots and brooding piers provided an all too obvious contrast to the lively, attractive, diversified downtown area of Hoboken.
- Camden County Division of Planning
Collaborative initiative using transit to bolster redevelopment along the Haddon Avenue corridor.
- The Victor Building
Created the first market-rate housing in decades in Camden through the redevelopment of the landmark RCA Victor building.
- Smart Growth Planning and Design Initiative
Be it through open space and farmland preservation, economic development, or civic design initiatives, the Township of Eastampton is consistent in its pursuit of a smart growth.
- Harrison Waterfront Redevelopment Plan
A plan to transform 250 acres along the lower Passaic River into a mixed-use and transit-oriented development.
- Town Center Design and Development
Metuchen recognized the advantage of working with the state and was officially designated a "Town Center" in 1996 and a "Transit Village" in 2001.
- The Roebling Community School
The partnership between the NJSCC and the Trenton Public Schools has produced a building that, when complete, will provide educational space for 1,200 pre-kindergarten through 8th grade students in roughly 220,000 square feet of renovated and new construction on a 6.5-acre lot located in Trenton's East Ward/Chambersburg neighborhood.
- Salem Historic Homes
Reclaimed a neighborhood from abandonment and creating a vibrant and eco-friendly residential community.