The SciTech Scity project has been in the works for the past several years. EY hopes to contribute its knowledge with leadership in innovation and assist clients with understanding how changing technology affects their business.
“We’ve had a tremendous partnership with EY for the past four years,” said Paul Hoffman, president and CEO of Liberty Science Center in a prepared statement. “The corporate culture of teamwork and community at EY is a model for all of us, and a key goal of SciTech Scity is to build a curated community of tech entrepreneurs, scientists, STEM college students and other forward-thinking people who want to create a better future for all of us.”
SciTech Scity is to be a 14-acre site at 222 Jersey City Blvd. The project is not currently receiving bids for development but information on that will be released in the summer.