Liberty Science Center breaks down to raise $ 300 million SciTech Scity – CBS New York

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Liberty Science Center breaks down to raise $ 300 million SciTech Scity - CBS New York

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“When we turn over our shovels, we will be breaking ground on an entirely new and exciting world of possibilities in education, in innovation and in partnership and collaboration. Not just for Jersey City or Liberty Science center, but for our entire state,” Murphy said.

Story Highlights

  • Gov. Phil Murphy and Jersey City Mayor Steven Fulop were on hand for the ceremony.

  • SciTech Scity in Jersey City will include a high school, a high-tech simulated hospital, a business incubation hub, housing and more.

Phase one of the project is scheduled to open in late 2023 and into early 2024.