Liberty Science Center breaks ground on $300M ‘City of Tomorrow’

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As New Jersey aims to up its status as a destination for science and technology, Liberty Science Center’s “City of Tomorrow” is officially underway. Gov. Phil Murphy and Jersey City Mayor Steven Fulop were on hand Friday for the groundbreaking ceremony at the future site of SciTech Scity. The $300 million, 30-acre facility in Jersey City will hold a business incubation hub, a high school, housing, public commons, a high-tech hospital simulation space and more. The campus aims to open in late 2023. “When we turn over our shovels, we will be breaking ground on an entirely new and exciting World

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