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The Central Avenue Building houses the Van Houten Library and the Martin Tuchman School of Management on NJIT's campus.

"The York Center was the first building in the nation especially constructed for cooperative public and private research in hazardous waste management." The building's use has since diversified and is now used to conduct a wide variety of research…

Redwood Hall is a 7 floor, 45,000 square foot residential hall at the New Jersey Institute of Technology.

Oak Hall is an 8 floor, 52,875 square foot residence hall at the New Jersey Institute of Technology.

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Kupfrian Hall serves as classroom and lecture space at NJIT, and includes the 425-seat Jim Wise Theatre. It was formerly the Humanities Building and Lecture and Classroom Center, once housed the Van Houten Library.

Built in 1911, Colton Hall is one of the oldest buildings on NJIT's campus. The five story building has tall 14-ft high ceilings, reflecting its original purpose as a factory. Colton Hall is connected to Campbell and Weston Halls forming the southern…

The NJIT Campus Center and Academic Building creates an intervention into the existing University fabric, uniting the Campus Green with the eastern edge of campus. A third floor pedestrian bridge connects the two buildings physically and creates a…

Fenster Hall houses administrative offices, classrooms and computer labs in a highly flexible loft space. It extends the campus image to MLK Boulevard and forms a backdrop for Eberhardt Hall.

The 187,000 square foot GITC facility contains research labs, conference rooms, lecture halls, a state of the art TV studio, and The Factory of the Future. The Factory of the Future is an incubator and R&D facility for telecommunications and robotics…

Formerly Central High School and prior to that Commercial and Manual Training High School.

Central King building is a campus building that's located between New street and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard situated in a very close proximity to…

Cullimore Hall
Cullimore Hall is a 7 floor, 75,000 square foot building which houses classrooms and offices for several departments at NJIT.

Conceptually the building was developed by architect Alan Chimicoff (a member of the Professional Advisory Board), the chief designer of The Hillier Group, along with a faculty committee from the School of Architecture.

The New Jersey Institute of Technology's Eberhardt Hall, formerly the Newark Orphan Asylum, is a Elizabethan Gothic Revival building created by John Welch in 1857. Considered very modern for its time, the original building included amenities such as…

South Park Presbyterian Church is one of the finest examples of the Greek Revival located in Lincoln Park (formerly known as South Park). The exterior of the church, reminiscent of the work of William Strickland, is composed of a tetrastyle Ionic…
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