via NJ.com – Students at Weehawken High School’s Principles of Engineering Design left the classroom last month for some hands-on learning.
The class had to go no further than the township’s waterfront, which is bustling with development from the south end to the West New York border.
On Dec. 15, the class visited Avora, a new 184-unit condominium building currently under construction on the Weehawken waterfront. Units in the building, which could open by early 2018, are priced from $800,000 to $4 million.
Students toured the building’s sales gallery across from the Port Imperial Ferry Terminal and adjacent construction site, and met with development, construction and marketing professionals to learn about the planning, design and build-out of a large-scale residential building.