The Jersey City-based firm took home the most prestigious prize of the night for the second year in a row, winning five total awards.
The majestic building, built into a steep cliff, was originally constructed by a famous brewer and narrowly escaped the wrecking ball before being preserved.
The OMA/AEA team are set to design Jersey City’s largest arts & culture center in Journal Square.
Nonprofit organization Preservation New Jersey just announced their annual list of the 10 Most Endangered Historic Places in New Jersey, advocating awareness and preservation.
This month, Architectural Digest published their pick for the most iconic building in each state, and Holmdel’s Bell Works garnered the honor for the Garden State.
The recently announced executive order, placing a temporary moratorium on demolitions of one-four family homes, doesn't address the real issue facing Jersey City's future growth.
Jersey City-native Richard La Rovere's drawings of everything from a single-family home to an aerial view of the skyline are preserving the city's past and present in extraordinary detail.
The winners of New Jersey Future’s annual Smart Growth Awards were announced and one of Hoboken’s most anticipated resiliency projects was included with this year’s recipients.
To combat what many dub the “Bayonne Box,” a citywide six-month freeze has been placed on the acceptance of applications that are seeking to demolish any 1-4 family home.
Built between 1830 and 1840, 84 Essex Street was a storied saloon and boarding house during historic Paulus Hook's industrial heydey and is now being restored.