Princeton University’s Lewis Arts complex, which opened in October 2017, received two industry awards this month for its redevelopment focus and for construction of a cultural building.
The Lewis Arts complex is among 14 New Jersey redevelopment projects awarded by the New Jersey Business & Industry Association and New Jersey Business magazine for the 58th Annual New Good Neighbor Awards. The winning projects are featured in the July 2018 issue of the magazine, which you can view online here.
The complex was also selected as the Best Regional Project in the Culture/Worship category in the New York region, awarded by the Engineering News-Record. All of the honorees will be profiled in depth in the Sept. 24-Oct. 1 print edition of ENR New York.
Read more about the complex and the awards in an article by Jamie Saxon on www.princeton.edu.
Ronald McCoy Jr., University architect, elaborates on how the Lewis Arts complex serves as a gateway to the community and enables Princeton students to pursue rigorous academics across disciplines while pursuing their love of the arts. (Video by the New Jersey Business & Industry Association)