The historic facility in Jersey City will be closed for several years.
A historic Newark home that is part of the city’s main museum could be restored to its original appearance.
A mysterious painting has surfaced that reveals what may be an early version of Mies van der Rohe's master plan in Newark.
The city's redevelopment agency has taken a step toward restoring the Journal Square landmark into a 3,300-seat performing arts center, choosing the operator behind Newark’s Prudential Center for the job.
A plan is underway that could rebuild Newark's historic Kastner Mansion. The effort would restore the facade, keep the brownstone turret and signature portico, and eventually expand the building into the neighboring lot.
When it opened in 1928, The Stanley Theater in Journal Square was one of the greatest old movie palaces and the second-largest on the East Coast, next to Radio City. After years of neglect, the theater was purchased by the Watch Tower Bible and Tract Society who transformed it into a prized house of worship.
The convenience of Jersey City has captured people's attention, but there is way more to it than the waterfront, and every neighborhood is a uniquely vibrant place to call home.
A Boston-based firm will oversee the building’s overhaul into a tech, healthcare, and medical facility.
Turn-of-the-last-century architecture could be torn down, but fortunately not without consulting Newark Landmarks.
Marchetto Higgins Stieve Architects has been named "Firm of the Year" by the American Institute of Architects-New Jersey Chapter.