BGT Enterprises just got approval to build a new, 59 unit condo project at 387 8th Street on what’s currently known as the Amcare...
Jersey City developer JMA Architects Atelier installs the city's first living moss green wall at 54 Bright Street.
Turn-of-the-last-century architecture could be torn down, but fortunately not without consulting Newark Landmarks.
A rather lovely 17 room Palisade Ave Victorian just popped up on the market. This fairly unmolested home features numerous original details - extensive...
C+C Architecture and Point Capital Development are at it again. This time at 280 Newark Ave where they're planning a high-end boutique condo building. Check out all the renderings of the new project.
Steeped in historical details, and now restored to its former glory, this Mercer Street townhouse was home to Jersey City's most influential residents.
Bare walls of granite, concrete, and opaque glass shout “nothing to see”. These buildings insult our city’s inhabitants but are a comfort to commuters. They are fortresses to suburbia’s denial that the route of their wealth was built on sidewalks that are now lifeless.
A historically significant but long-shuttered landmark on Newark’s most prominent street is getting a welcomed facelift. The Hahne & Co. building, a hulking, pre-WWI edifice...
Towering over Jersey City’s Hilltop neighborhood, the Hudson County Courthouse is a building many locals hope they never have to enter. But the hulking Beaux-Arts structure isn’t just home to plaintiffs and defendants; it’s a reminder of the city’s past and a symbol of what can happen when historical preservation is done right.
Nonprofit organization Preservation New Jersey just announced their annual list of the 10 Most Endangered Historic Places in New Jersey, advocating awareness and preservation.