University Properties: Other Atlantic City Properties
Stockton Rothenberg Building
Address: 3430 Atlantic Avenue, Atlantic City NJ 08401
The Stockton Rothenberg Building was acquired in 2016 from the legal firm of Rothenberg, Hyett, Eisen and Lang, P.A. Located at the corner of Atlantic Avenue and Providence Avenue, the 3,600 SF two-story structure, built in 1970, was renovated into five private offices spaces, an open office area and reception area, conference rooms, restrooms and kitchen area. The building was first utilized as the Atlantic City Operations Division, Small Business Development Center and LIGHT – Lloyd Levinson Institute of Gaming and Hospitality. The building is currently occupied by Stockton’s Office of Continuing Studies, Small Business Development Center and LIGHT – Lloyd Levinson Institute for Gaming and Hospitality.
Address: 35 S. Dr. MLK, Jr. Boulevard, Atlantic City NJ 08401
In 2006, Stockton University, the Casino Reinvestment Development Authority (CRDA), and the City of Atlantic City collaborated in restoring the historic Carnegie Library in Atlantic City. The renovated and expanded Beaux-Arts building, originally built in 1904, provides the University with modern facilities in the heart of Atlantic City. The building is a three-story masonry building of approximately 18,000 SF. There is on-site parking for 12 vehicles.
Renamed the Carnegie Center, the University originally hosted the Small Business Development Center, continuing professional education programming, and special events relevant to the needs of Atlantic City and its surrounding region. A multi-use facility, Carnegie once served the University and the residents of Atlantic City and region as an educational and instructional facility, a meeting place, a conference center, and a community outreach center. Jefferson Philadelphia University leased a portion of the building from Stockton to run its Physician’s Assistant program. That lease expired in July of 2019. Currently the building is vacant and under review to be repurposed for use by the University.
Noyes Art Garage
Address: 2200 Fairmount Avenue, Atlantic City NJ 08401
The Noyes Arts Garage of Stockton University, located in the Wave Garage, is the cornerstone of the Arts District in Atlantic City and has the mission to promote education, provide resources for emerging artists, and enrich the community. This 6-level, 406,000 SF solar-powered facility features precast concrete floors and structural supports on concrete piles. The Arts Garage houses artist studious, galleries, shops, a café, and a flexible workshop/classroom as well as a 1,200 SF satellite gallery of the Noyes Museum of Art and the African American Heritage Museum of Southern New Jersey. This property is owned by the Casino Reinvestment Development Authority (CRDA) and the first-floor area consisting of 16,000 SF is leased by Stockton University. The lease expires in 2022 but there are option terms to extend the lease.
Other Parcels in or near Atlantic City, University District
- 225 Oriental Avenue, Atlantic City, NJ 08401
- 110 S. New Hampshire Avenue, Atlantic City, NJ 08401
Located near the Absecon Lighthouse, acquired through two separate property donations, Stockton owns two vacant parcels of land known as Block 75, Lot 16 and Block 77, Lot 3.
Block 75, Lot 16 known as 225 Oriental Avenue, Atlantic City, NJ was donated on March 23, 2015 by John Cavuto. The property is a vacant parcel of land consisting of 1,724 SF.
Block 77, Lot 3 known as 110 S. New Hampshire Avenue, Atlantic City, NJ was donated on December 13, 2018 by Dr. Philip W. Paparone. The property is a vacant parcel of land consisting of 2,250 SF.
There are currently no plans to develop either parcel.