Suburban Newark is about to get a skyline.
A 10-story tower that will host a mix of high-tech and residential tenants will begin rising next spring at the University of Delaware’s Science, Technology & Advanced Research Campus, its developer said Tuesday.
The project – what developer Ernie Delle Donne has called the “hood ornament” on the 272-acre site – will represent the third phase of construction at the growing South College Avenue adjunct campus. He expects the tower, which will be built entirely by in-state workers, to cost between $60 million and $65 million. That’s at least $10 million more than the first two phases combined, he said. The News Journal