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  • Hugo Neu’s Kearny Point Baruch College

NAIOP NJ Intercollegiate Case Study Competition emphasizes innovation, job creation & sustainabi

KEARNY, NJ — A life sciences and logistics hub, a lab center, art and film studios, a dedicated ferry terminal, and hydroponic farming and bee apiaries were among the uses and features envisioned for Kearny Point during NAIOP New Jersey’s Fifth Annual CRE Intercollegiate Case Study Competition (CREICS). Student teams from Rutgers University, Monmouth University, Villanova University, Montclair State University and Baruch College, CUNY each presented their concepts for site sponsor Hugo Neu Corporation’s redevelopment of the 130-acre campus in South Kearny. “As part of our Industry Insights Series, the CREICS competition serves as a valuable platform for educating local officials and students, while promoting the exchange of innovative ideas that benefits the participants and host companies,” said Gene Preston, NAIOP New Jersey president. “We congratulate the five student teams and their advisors for their thoughtfulness, creativity and the tremendous amount of hard work they put into their projects.”

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