First LEED-designed building in Newark, NJ

St. Philip's Academy is celebrating the completion of their new school campus, the first LEED-designed building in Newark. Designed by Gensler from a 1920's factory building at 342 Central Avenue, St. Philip's Academy is an independent K-8 school founded in 1988 to serve underserved city youth. The school welcomes all children regardless of their family's ability to pay tuition. StructureTone was contractor for the project.

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