The town of Wood-Ridge has a storied history of creativity, innovation and national contribution. Sprawled over 140 acres, the Curtis Wright Aircraft Facility was an integral part of America’s war effort. The enormous facility employed over 20,000 men and women to design, test and build aircraft engines. Today, at the former factory site, Rosie Square features a bronze statue of WWII icon Rosie the Riveter, paying tribute to the feminist figure who inspired a generation of diverse contribution. Adjacent to Rosie Square, and on these same grounds of innovation, passion and possibility, Rosera Wesmont is creating an inspired living experience designed to empower the next era of energy and diversity in Wood-Ridge, New Jersey.