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2002 Smart Growth Award Winners

Read about great smart growth and sustainable development projects around the state and winners in the Smart Growth Awards.

  • 2002 Smart Growth Pioneer Award: Verizon2002 Smart Growth Pioneer Award: Verizon

    For their continued and lasting commitment to Newark and New Jersey

  • Promoting Pedestrianism and Community in Englewood2002 Smart Growth Award Title

    The Englewood renewal plan for the West Side-and the Group USA building which serves as its anchor-conforms to many of the core principles of intelligent design and growth, and suggests how they are at once interdependent and distinct.

  • Hoboken South Waterfront ProjectHoboken South Waterfront Project

    The south waterfront project stands as a brilliant example of the power of compromise, sensible growth, and dialogue between community groups, municipal governments, and institutional backers.

  • Adaptive Reuse & Rehabilitation ProjectsAdaptive Reuse & Rehabilitation Projects

    Pennrose partnered with the municipal government to create Providence Square, a combination new construction/rehabilitation conveniently located close to the downtown district.

  • Willingboro Town CenterWillingboro Town Center

    Created places, defined space, created visual interest, and promoted pedestrianism in Willingboro, NJ.

  • Bakery Village2002 Smart Growth Award Title

    This project, which so seamlessly and successfully combines attractive design features with utility and security concerns, exists as tangible proof of a solid intention among progressive-minded developers and state agencies to revitalize even the most impoverished pockets of urban New Jersey.

  • Gaslight CommonsGaslight Commons

    Promoted pedestrianism, respecting the local vernacular, maintaining an appropriate scale, and creating visual interest in South Orange.


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