New Jersey waterfront is transformed in massive $2.5 billion master plan proposal
17 November 2017

Cooper Robertson’s new waterfront development in Middlesex County, New Jersey, has been featured on The Architect’s Newspaper:

“New York-based Cooper Robertson is set to master plan a $2.5 billion ground-up community along the Raritan River in Middlesex County, New Jersey. The site’s owner and developer, Atlanta-based North American Properties (NAP), announced the project on Monday and released a first look at what would become the largest mixed-use development in New Jersey’s history.

Located less than 20 miles from Manhattan and covering a 418-acre site, the new community combines residential, retail, office and hotel spaces with a fully walkable city layout. Named Riverton, the town will focus on building a street-level pedestrian experience and open waterfront access, including a marina.

Cooper Robertson is no stranger to waterfront development. Besides contributing planning work to Hudson Yards in Manhattan, the studio is currently working on a separate 1,300-acre master plan for the Charlotte River District near Charlotte, N.C.”

Read more at Architect’s Newspaper.