The Stockton University Atlantic City Campus Redevelopment Project
Stockton University Residential Building – Boardwalk view
Stockton University Academic Building
Stockton University Residential Building - Atlantic Avenue view
Aerial view of AC Gateway Redevelopment Initiative
The Stockton University Atlantic City Campus Redevelopment Project will develop a new Stockton Campus that includes an academic building and a new student housing residential facility.
The new Residential Building will accommodate 533 students in fully furnished apartments, each with a full kitchen, living room and two bathrooms, together with a variety of single or double bedrooms in each unit. Amenities throughout the building will include laundry facilities, a fitness center, study lounges, and common areas for student socializing. The building will also include academic spaces including 2 classrooms and a computer lab, and will include 4 apartments for faculty and staff and will feature an outdoor courtyard which will provide important outdoor green space for residents.
The new Academic Building will consist of approximately 60,000 sf. and will offer a diverse schedule of classes and academic events. The building offers 14 classrooms, including 2 computer labs, together with a large ground floor multipurpose classroom and cafe space. The building will also include areas for student project work and study, and will include administrative support areas for faculty and staff, designed to provide a full complement of services for students who will attend classes at this campus.
A parking garage located adjacent to the residential building will provide approximately 600 parking spaces for Stockton University as well as 200 spaces for South Jersey Gas, with public parking on the first floor.
The project will also include the development of retail space, which will be located along Atlantic Avenue as well as along the Boardwalk. The project was developed through a unique financing structure between AC Devco, Stockton University, Atlantic County, the Atlantic County Improvement Authority and Citigroup.