Stockton University Outlines Expansion Plans Into Next Decade

Stockton University has approved a long-term master plan that includes the expansion of its seaside satellite campus in Atlantic City, New Jersey, where it plans at least $154 million in new construction, as well as its main location in Galloway.

The university unveiled its 138-page update to its master plan this week in order to keep it “current should funding become available,” Donald Hudson, Stockton vice president for facilities and operations, said in a statement. The plan projects development into the next decade.

Stockton’s core new projects in Atlantic City include: a second residential building as part of its public/private partnership with Atlantic City Development Corp., known as AC Devco; an addition to its Academic Center; a Coastal Resiliency Center; and a mixed-used residential/commercial complex.

AC Devco developed the first phase of the Atlantic City Gateway initiative, which opened in fall 2018. It includes Stockton’s campus on the boardwalk of the gambling mecca, South Jersey Gas’ headquarters and an AtlantiCare Urgent Care. Stockton Atlantic City has an academic building, a 533-bed dormitory and a parking garage.

The new student residence hall will be constructed in the University District, at the site of the Eldredge building at Atlantic and South Providence avenues, across from O’Donnell Memorial Park and near the Atlantic City campus. The project, with an estimated cost of $60.5 million, is set to begin Oct. 14.

“This Phase II investment will join South Jersey Gas and AtlantiCare to further enhance the Chelsea neighborhood,” AC Devco President Christopher Paladino said in a statement Tuesday.

The 135,000-square-foot building will feature apartment-style residences with a total of 416 beds. The property will also include a lounge, meeting room and laundry facilities. Residents will have access to parking in the existing parking garage.

Atlantic City, the nation’s second-biggest casino market behind Las Vegas, had been on a comeback, with a number of its casinos being revived, when the coronavirus pandemic hit. Its casinos were forced to temporarily close because of COVID-19, dealing the gaming industry a big setback. But even before the COVID-19 outbreak, Atlantic City was looking to depend less on gambling for its economy and to draw other kinds of businesses, such as education and healthcare.

“It is more important than ever to create a more diversified economy in Atlantic City,” Stockton President Harvey Kesselman said in a statement. “The new residence hall will give even more students the chance to live, learn and earn in Atlantic City.”

The projected cost for the coastal center is $40.9 million, and for the academic-center expansion it’s $52.7 million.

An aerial rendering shows Stockton University’s main campus in Galloway with all its proposed academic and athletic expansion. (Stockton University)

On Stockton’s Galloway campus, the proposed core new projects include:

  • The fourth building to complete the Academic Quad.
  • A new welcome center, which would be added to the existing campus center and serve as a central welcoming point for admissions and visitors.
  • Additions to the sports center, including an aquatic center.
  • Expansion at the north athletic campus, including a field house and pavilion.
  • A 1,200-vehicle parking garage.
  • Additions and renovations to the existing academic buildings.
  • Opportunities for private and public/private commercial and residential development.

According to the master plan, the projected costs include: the fourth academic quad building, $65.5 million; field house, $45.4 million; addition of the pavilion, $42.3 million; parking garage, $32.5 million: and the welcome center, $3.8 million. The three phases of the sports center expansion will total $93.2 million.

The original facilities master plan was completed in 1990 and was updated in 2010.

*Article courtesy of CoStar

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College Turns to Atlantic City Hotel for Student Housing in Pandemic

Stockton Deal With Showboat, Which It Once Owned, Involves Up to 400 Rooms in New Jersey

To get a sense of how the pandemic is changing student housing, look no further than Atlantic City, New Jersey, America’s second-biggest gambling hot spot.

Stockton University is planning to house some of its students in a hotel in the biggest U.S. gaming center outside Las Vegas this fall to comply with social-distancing mandates stemming from the coronavirus pandemic.

The move is an example of how property owners nationwide are seeing their prospects improveamid higher demand from universities for more housing.

The school, based in Galloway, New Jersey, said it’s finalizing an agreement with the Showboat Atlantic City at 801 Boardwalk to use up to 400 rooms at the hospitality property for students during the coming fall and spring 2021 semesters. The university at one time owned the hotel when it first attempted to open a campus at the seaside gaming mecca.

“Stockton promises to provide housing to all students who request it,” the school’s executive director of residential life, Steven Radwanski, said in a statement. “This agreement ensures that we will have sufficient housing based on current demand.”

The deal with Showboat will allow Stockton, which now operates a satellite campus in Atlantic City, to have additional housing available as the university implements state COVID-19 guidelines, which reduce the number of students permitted in existing on-campus student housing.

Stockton is the former owner of the 23-story Showboat. The university purchased the hotel for $18 million from Caesars in December 2014 with plans to develop it into a residential campus. But land-use restrictions placed on the property at different times by owners derailed those efforts, leading Stockton to sell the 1.73 million-square-foot facility, which includes two hotel towers, parking lots and garage, for $23 million in June 2016.

The influx of students will be a boost for the Showboat amid the COVID-19 outbreak. Hotels across the United States have taken a revenue hit because of the pandemic, with temporary closings and people not traveling. In the case of Atlantic City, its casinos only recently began to reopen with social-distancing measures in place.

Under the deal, Showboat will provide up to 300 single rooms and 100 double rooms for Stockton students. In addition, the hotel will also provide at least 250 dedicated parking spaces and students will get complimentary memberships to the fitness facility on site, as well as access to an entertainment lounge with billiards and pingpong tables, the rooftop pool deck and a business-study lounge. Students will also have access to meals on site, and rooms will have a microwave and minifridge.

The Showboat Atlantic City hotel and casino is located on the boardwalk of that gambling mecca. (CoStar)

The rooms will be located on floors that will be occupied only by students, and students will also have exclusive use of one full elevator bank to secure access to the floors, according to Stockton. The school will have staff living on site, and Showboat will provide space at its front desk for university personnel.

The per-semester rates for the rooms will be $4,500 for a single and $3,800 for a double, which is competitive with similar on-campus housing, according to the university.

“Students can now room at the Showboat and enjoy all the amenities of the hotel and its boardwalk location, while living at a treasured icon of local history,” Brandon Dixon, president of Tower Investments, which owns the Showboat, said in a statement. “Having the students here will also bring a new exciting energy to the north side of the boardwalk.”

Stockton requested proposals for off-campus housing in Atlantic City based on the number of students who have applied to live in campus housing, according to Radwanski. Freshmen will be housed only in on-campus housing. Typically, about a third of Stockton’s almost 10,000 undergraduate students live in campus housing in Galloway and Atlantic City.

After its plans for the Showboat facility fell though, the university developed and opened an Atlantic City campus on another part of the boardwalk in fall 2018 with an academic building, a 543-bed residential complex and a parking garage.

*Article courtesy of CoStar News

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Booming Borgata in Atlantic City Plans $14 Million Renovation

Hotel-Casino Spends for New Lobby Bar, Face-Lift for Suites

The Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa, the top gambling moneymaker in Atlantic City, New Jersey, is trying to up its game, spending $14 million for improvements to spiff up its lobby and suites.

The 2,000-room property at 1 Borgata Way in Atlantic City’s marina district will be adding the Lobby Bar and an adjacent VIP check-in, as well as redesigning more than 300 of its Fiore Suites, the MGM Resorts International venue said this week.

Those updates follow the Borgata’s recent debut of a sports-entertainment venue, Moneyline Bar & Book, and nightlife club, Level One Cocktail Bar & Lounge, projects that entailed a $12 million investment.

Atlantic City’s gaming industry underwent tough times a few years ago, and there was a shakeout of casinos. Several have since reopened. But the Borgata has been a success story, a top performer in terms of generating gambling revenue in the seaside city. Out of nine casinos, the Borgata in July by a large margin racked up the most total gaming revenue, roughly $88 million, up 15% from a year ago, according to the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement. For the year to date to the end of July, the Borgata also ranked No. 1, with $455 million in total gaming revenue, a rise of roughly 2%.

The Borgata’s new 1,700-square-foot lobby bar area is set to include three large-screen televisions, coffee service featuring Lavazza products, and offer a tapas and cocktail menu. With art deco-inspired interior design by Avenue and architecture by Nelson Worldwide, the new bar will have “a speakeasy ambiance,” according to Borgata’s statement. It will feature custom wood and brass detailing and velvet-upholstered lounge seating, and serve as a piano bar with live entertainment on weekends.

The lobby improvements are slated to be completed this month.

The Borgata’s updated Fiore Suites, designed by MGM Resorts Design & Development with architecture by Nelson Worldwide, will be equipped with custom entertainment centers featuring stone countertops, gold-dusted sconces and USB charging ports. The Borgata plans to have redesigned a total of 312 Fiore Suites by early 2020.

“The reinvention of our business has been a core principle since our 2003 debut, and we are pleased to continue developing the type of engaging product that our guests have come to anticipate,” Borgata President and Chief Operating Officer Marcus Glover said in a statement.

The Borgata has 106,000 square feet of event space; 161,000 square feet of gaming; 189 table games; 2,994 slot machines; a 75-table poker room; 11 boutiques; five fine-dining restaurants by renowned chefs; and 10 casual food options.

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*Article is courtesy of CoStar News, SEPTEMBER 06, 2019|LINDA MOSS

WinnCos. Pays $17.3 Million for Atlantic City Affordable Housing Complex

Acquisition Includes 153 Units Across Three Adapted Reuse Sites in Opportunity Zone; Upgrades Planned

The former Liberty Hotel

The development arm of WinnCos. has acquired a portfolio of affordable housing properties for $17.3 million in Atlantic City, New Jersey, under the federal Opportunity Zone program.

The Boston-based real estate firm bought Sencit Liberty, a scattered-site complex featuring 153 units of income-restricted housing located in three historic properties previously adapted for residential use.

The sites include Liberty, 67 apartment units at 1519 Baltic Ave., formerly the Liberty Hotel originally built in 1924; Schoolhouse, 66 units at 61 N. Martin Luther King Blvd., formerly the Illinois Avenue School originally built in 1906; and Disston, 20 units at 1711 Arctic Ave., formerly the Northside YMCA originally built in 1927.

“In the spirit of the local and state policy objective to drive more investment in qualified opportunity zones, we were fortunate to be able to structure our equity investment through our own qualified opportunity fund and take advantage of the benefits that this new program offers,” Brett Meringoff, the WinnDevelopment senior vice president who led the acquisition team, said in a statement.

The federal Opportunity Zone program was established as part of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017. It was created to drive long-term private capital investment in low-income urban and rural communities by providing investors tax breaks on capital gains. New Jersey has 169 opportunity zones located across 75 municipalities.

WinnDevelopment said it’s committed to keeping Sencit Liberty affordable for the next 30 years, while at the same time upgrading the complex as part of an occupied rehabilitation. The company plans to pay for the renovation through a number of funding sources, including developer loans, private equity investment, private lender sources, and local and state resources.

The purchase was financed by BlueHub Capital, formerly known as Boston Community Capital, using Capital Magnet funds from the U.S. Department of Treasury, and by Citi Community Capital, using a combination of Affordable Housing Catalyst funds and acquisition bridge debt financing. The broker for the transaction was Dane PCG.

“We believe the successful rehabilitation of these three properties would not only improve the quality of life for the residents, but also positively impact the entire community and signal major investment in this area of Atlantic City,” Meringoff said.

Atlantic City, including its City Council and Planning & Development Department, the New Jersey Housing and Mortgage Finance Agency, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, and the Casino Reinvestment Development Authority provided planning and financial support for the acquisition.

WinnDevelopment hopes to have assembled all the financing needed for the rehabilitation project by later this summer.

WinnCos. owns more than 100 multifamily housing properties in 11 states and Washington, D.C., totaling more than 13,000 apartments. In New Jersey it has City Crossing, a 131-unit scattered site property in Jersey City, and Bridgeton Villas, a 156-unit property in Bridgeton. Both sites have undergone extensive rehabilitations in the past three years, according to the developer.

Since July 2014, WinnCos. has overseen the completion of more than 17 occupied rehabilitation projects, totaling about 3,000 units, at its owned properties in six states and Washington, with total development costs of $335 million. The company currently has more than 500 units under rehabilitation in five states, with an additional 1,000 units set to undergo upgrades through 2020.

The Sencit Liberty properties will be managed by WinnResidential, the nation’s largest operator of affordable housing. The company manages 2,310 apartments and 19,500 square feet of commercial space at 17 multifamily properties in New Jersey.

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*Article courtesy of CoStar News, June 3, 2019, Linda Moss

Stockton University OKs Atlantic City Student Housing Partnership

But Board Says It Needs Extra $5 Million a Year from State for Project With AC Devco to Move Forward

Stockton University has decided to move ahead with plans to expand student housing for its Atlantic City, New Jersey, campus, but it says it can’t proceed unless it gets financial help from the state of New Jersey.

At a special meeting Wednesday, the school’s board of trustees authorized the administration to negotiate a public/private partnership with Atlantic City Development Corp., known as AC Devco, for the second phase of its student housing project. AC Devco, a nonprofit redevelopment company, is proposing to build a $62 million, 405-bed residential complex on property adjacent to Stockton’s campus on Atlantic Avenue in Atlantic City.

However, the trustees’ approval is contingent on the state appropriating at least an additional $5 million in annual aid to the university to support the ongoing academic and operating costs associated with the project and the university’s Atlantic City operations, Stockton said in a statement.

Gov. Phil Murphy’s office didn’t respond to a request for comment.

The university, based in Galloway, New Jersey, has created a $178.3 million campus on Atlantic City’s well-known boardwalk. Diversifying the seaside city’s economy beyond gambling, with newcomers like Stockton, is considered a linchpin in the gaming mecca’s successful future and ongoing economic recovery.

Last fall, Stockton and AC Devco opened a roughly 56,000-square-foot academic center at 3711 Atlantic Ave.; a 535-bed, nearly 220,000-square-foot student residential complex that faces the beach at 3701 Boardwalk; and a seven-story, 875-space parking garage at 3800 Atlantic Ave.

The additional student housing would be built on the site of the Eldridge Building at 3532 Atlantic Ave. , a university spokeswoman said in an email. The building is vacant and would be torn down and replaced by the student housing, according to the spokeswoman.

Currently, the university has housing for 3,484 students at both the Galloway and Atlantic City campuses. In fall 2018, the occupancy rate was 98%, Stockton said. The residential complex in Atlantic City is projected to be at capacity for fall this year, according to the university. Based on current and projected enrollment, Stockton said it will need additional housing in the 2021-2022 academic year.

In testimony before the state General Assembly budget committee in May, Stockton President Harvey Kesselman requested a $5 million increase in its annual appropriation in recognition of the university’s investment in Atlantic City and New Jersey’s students. This funding would be in addition to any money the state deems appropriate to promote funding equity among the four-year public comprehensive and research universities, according to Stockton.

Stockton and Montclair State University currently receive the lowest funding from the state per full-time student among the four-year public comprehensive and research universities, Kesselman said. Stockton received $18.4 million in direct operating funds from the state last year, according to the university spokeswoman.

“We are hopeful that the state will continue its investment in Atlantic City towards establishing an ‘eds and meds’ corridor critical for the city’s future, while stemming the outmigration of New Jersey students,” Kesselman said in a statement. “We are proud to play a role in this initiative but cannot proceed without corresponding state funding. The Legislature’s and the governor’s support are critical for this project to proceed.”

The Legislature hasn’t presented its budget yet, and it won’t be finalized until June 30.

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Atlantic City Bets on Resurgence with New Oceanfront Campus

Atlantic City business and government officials are hailing the recent opening of Stockton University’s $178.3 million campus on the gambling mecca’s fabled boardwalk as a positive sign for the long-awaited economic recovery for New Jersey seaside community long down on its luck.

“This is the first non-casino development project in this city in years … and it is the first of many,” said New Jersey Assembly Majority Leader Louis Greenwald, a Democrat representing the 6th legislative district.

Stockton University Atlantic City, which opened for classes this month, includes a roughly 56,000-square-foot Academic Center at 3711 Atlantic Ave.; a 145-unit, nearly 220,000-square-foot student residential complex that faces the beach at 3701 Boardwalk; and a seven-story, 875-space parking garage at 3800 Atlantic Ave. Stockton is also purchasing a former casino in the city, a site for even more expansion by the school.

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Turning Atlantic City into a university town is part of an effort to revitalize and diversify the city’s troubled economy, said Jon Hanson, a prominent North Jersey real estate developer and chairman of Atlantic City Development Corp., known as AC DevCo, a non-profit redevelopment company.

“Atlantic City had one industry, the casino industry,” said Hanson, the founder and chairman of Hampshire Companies in Morristown, Morris County. “This is the first start in having non-casino areas.”

The new Stockton campus was built through a public/private partnership with AC DevCo, an effort funded by the New Jersey Economic Development Authority. The Authority provided $65 million in tax incentives; the Atlantic County Improvement Authority, which bonded $127 million toward the project; the state’s Higher Education Capital Improvement Fund Act; Stockton University and South Jersey Industries, a natural gas company planning to move to the site.

The goal for the resort city on the ocean is to bring “eds and meds,” university and health-care facilities, as expansions to the local economy, according to State Senate President Steve Sweeney. He spoke, along with Hanson and Greenwald, at a recent dedication ceremony for the new campus.

While the talk is upbeat, Atlantic City is still not out of the woods in terms of its financial woes and its need to create a new non-gambling-centric economy, according to a new report by the state.

That report, commissioned by New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy, recommends that the city remain under state, not local, control. The state took on oversight of Atlantic City in 2016, when several casinos closed their doors and the city was deep in debt.

“This city was literally two years ago days away from bankruptcy … but we fought for the Atlantic City economic opportunity and recovery,” Greenwald said.

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Stockton University Takes Another Bet on Atlantic City

In yet another expansion into the Atlantic City market, Stockton University has agreed to buy the Atlantic Club Casino Hotel property, which has been closed since January 2014.

The sale, and Stockton’s continued investment in the Atlantic City market, is yet one more piece in the comeback of the city that still uses America’s Playground in its marketing campaigns. The Atlantic Club was one of five casinos to shutter its doors in Atlantic City, but now all but one, the bankrupt Trump Plaza, have been revived or found new uses.

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The Atlantic Club property, not far from a new campus that Stockton plans to open in the Atlantic City market at the end of this month, includes roughly nine acres of upland lots, a beach lot with about 11 acres, and a nine-level parking garage that has 550,000 square feet for parking and 50,000 square feet of office space. There also is a 23-story hotel tower on the site that will be demolished by the seller – TJM Properties of Clearwater, FL– as part of the final agreement.

There is very limited growth potential in nearby Galloway Township, the location of Stockton’s main campus – due to restrictions regarding development in the federally protected Pinelands. This is why Stockton is creating campuses in the Atlantic City market, according to university officials.

Stockton’s new Atlantic City campus, which is to include hospitality-training classes, is located at the intersection of Atlantic, Albany, and Pacific avenues, with apartments for more than 500 students overlooking the beach and Boardwalk. It will also have a parking garage and an academic center.

The project is a public/private partnership with Atlantic City Development Corp. (AC Dev Co), a non-profit redevelopment company, and South Jersey Gas, which is also building a new headquarters at this prime location site in the Atlantic City market.

The university recently sold the Stockton Seaview Hotel and Golf Club in Galloway Township for $21 million to KDG Capital LLC of Tampa, FL, and that money will go toward the purchase of the TJM property. Stockton had used the golf club and hotel facilities for student housing.

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