JERSEY CITY, NJ—New Jersey City Universityreports it is embarking on a $42-million expansion project at itscampus here.


The university plans to build a new residence hall and dormitorybuilding on 22 acres of land, according to NJBiz. The new residencebuilding will more than double the beds at the campus, adding 425beds to the existing 300.


“The academic building is designed predominately for the musicand theater program,” says New Jersey City UniversityPresident Dr. Sue Henderson.


The academic building will feature a 250-seat performance space,a 100-seat lecture hall, a choral room, dance room, practice spaceand general classrooms. See story at

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