What’s a few more months when a project is being measured in decades?
The American Dream takes patience. After many years of previous delays, developers of the mega mall at the Meadowlands have announced yet another one.
The retail and entertainment complex won’t open its doors this summer, as it was announced in March. Instead, this week, developer Triple Five said there would be another delay on the long-stalled project. It is now scheduled to open in the fall. Or at least portions of it is scheduled to open this fall, according to NJ.com.
Some new features in the controversial three-million-square-foot site include:
- Six grand atriums, including one that will have a garden, aviaries and bunny fields.
- More than 75,000 LED lights and 25,000 leaves that will create “Albero dei Sogni,” a tree-like sculpture that will “perform” to music several times a day.
- A 60-foot fashion fountain that can be turned into a catwalk in a matter of seconds.
- A 60-foot atrium will be an entertainment hub for live events and social gatherings.