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    100 years from now nobody will be saying, "Oh, look how lovely that is!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by lofter1 View Post
    100 years from now nobody will be saying, "Oh, look how lovely that is!"
    The Same can be said for Secaucus or any of the recently built NJT train stations.... They won't age well..

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    Quote Originally Posted by lofter1 View Post
    100 years from now nobody will be saying, "Oh, look how lovely that is!"
    In 2114, I imagine only the Atlantic City Line platforms will be above water.

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    Trenton's catalyst: Developers share vision to transform former Roebling complex

    By Cristina Rojas | For NJ.com
    on August 05, 2015 at 2:55 PM, updated August 05, 2015 at 5:38 PM

    The first phase, known as "Roebling Lofts," calls for transforming Building 101 into 138 lofts. In an effort to achieve a "gold" LEED rating, HHG will install energy-efficient features throughout the smoke-free building, including a green roof, solar panels, LED lighting, induction ranges and combination washer-condensing dryers.

    The lofts will have wall-to-wall windows, high ceilings and a spiral staircase leading to the bedroom. The rents will be $1,300 for a one-bedroom and $1,150 for the 28 moderate-income units.

    "This will be the epitome of cool," Henderson said.

    The second phase, "Roebling Lofts II," would add another 52 lofts as well as restaurant and retail space to Building 104-5 and a new building.

    The third phase will be known as "Roebling Works." Buildings 114, 110 and a new tower would be able to accommodate between 100,000 and 200,000 square feet of commercial space, restaurant space and a 949-space parking garage for residents, workers and visitors.


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