The acquisition marks the company’s fifth in the US in the past 12 months, with three sites under its belt in New York City, and a recent announcement that it had secured permits in Chicago for a 170,000-square-foot ground-up co-living project in The Chicago Loop.
If approved by the Port Authority Board of Commissioners, project funding would increase from $300 million to keep the existing AirTrain Newark in a state of good repair to a total of $2.05 billon for the new project. The proposal targets a start to construction in late 2020 or early 2021.
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