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Take a look at the plans for the New Brunswick Performing Arts Center (slideshow)

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The New Brunswick Performing Arts Center. - (Photo / )
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The New Brunswick Performing Arts Center. - (Photo / NEW BRUNSWICK DEVELOPMENT CORP.) A rendering of the New Brunswick Performing Arts Center's main retail floors. - (Photo / NEW BRUNSWICK DEVELOPMENT CORP.) Theatre 1, encased in blue, at the New Brunswick Performing Arts Center. - (Photo / NEW BRUNSWICK DEVELOPMENT CORP.) Theatre 2 at the New Brunswick Performing Arts Center has seats for 253 audience members. - (Photo / NEW BRUNSWICK DEVELOPMENT CORP.) Level One at the New Brunswick Performing Arts Center has a modern Theatre Lobby and Pre-Function Space. - (Photo / NEW BRUNSWICK DEVELOPMENT CORP.) It may be impossible to pass up this modern bar on the way to see a show, with its elegant lighting fixtures and bright red seat cushioned tops. This will be located in the Theatre lobby. - (Photo / NEW BRUNSWICK DEVELOPMENT CORP.) A rendering of Level One's Pre-Fuction Gallery Space. - (Photo / NEW BRUNSWICK DEVELOPMENT CORP.) The Theatre Lobby Plan, created by Elkus Manfredi Architects. The area boasts a gallery, lobby, concessions bar and concierge space that connects both theatres. - (Photo / NEW BRUNSWICK DEVELOPMENT CORP.) The outdoor entrance to 'The Residences' at the New Brunswick Performing Arts Center. - (Photo / NEW BRUNSWICK DEVELOPMENT CORP.) The view from inside the lobby of 'The Residences', a new residential community that will be built above the New Brunswick Performing Arts Center. - (Photo / NEW BRUNSWICK DEVELOPMENT CORP.) Some amenities at 'The Residences' will include fireplaces, comfortable sofas, a game room, a fitness center with a yoga studio, and even a rooftop outdoors space with a pool. - (Photo / NEW BRUNSWICK DEVELOPMENT CORP.)

 

New Brunswick Development Corp. President Chris Paladino, the developer on the project, calls the New Brunswick Performing Arts Center the biggest public-private partnership in state history. Others will simply call it a game-changer.

The $190 million state-of-the-art center will host four companies in a 22-story building that will feature two theaters and three rehearsal stages. On top of the arts center will be 18 levels of luxury apartments with all the amenities those seeking an urban lifestyle want. Want more? Check out how the building will look inside and out with this slideshow.

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