WHERE THE FUTURE
SciTech Scity is a curated community ("mini-city") of
tech entrepreneurs, scientists, students, and other forward thinking people and organizations working together to create a better future for all.
LEARN. WORK. LIVE. PLAY.
SciTech Scity is already home to the Liberty Science Center, the largest interactive science center in the NY/NJ metro area and home to the biggest and best planetarium and digital theater in the Western Hemisphere.
Liberty Science High School will be a public school providing world-class STEM learning for 400 9-12 students. A robust set of skill-based classes will also be offered at Edge Works and the LSC for learners of all ages.
"Scity" (pronounced "city") is our portmanteau for a city infused with science and scientific creativity. SciTech Scity is a collaboration between the City of Jersey City and Liberty Science Center, New Jersey's most visited cultural institution, to bolster local education and economic growth in key STEM sectors. Located just five miles from Lower Manhattan and nine miles from Newark Liberty International Airport, Scitech Scity is in Liberty State Park, near the Hudson River and the Statue of Liberty.
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Member Companies Bringing Business to Jersey City
IN THE NEWS
9.24.20 Twitter (@StevenFulop) This is amazing + if you want to see what the science campus of the future will look like here you go
5.24.18 ROI-NJ SciTech Scity takes another step toward reality at LSC gala
1.24.18 Hudson County View Founding sponsor Ernst & Young commits $2M to $280M SciTech Scity project
For press inquiries, please contact Mary Meluso, Communications Director at LSC, at firstname.lastname@example.org or fill out the following form:
222 Jersey City Blvd
Jersey City, NJ 07305
We are not currently receiving any bids or proposals from vendors. Development partners interested in financing, building, and operating Scholars Village should contact our representative, BlueGate Partners.