This Thursday, September 19, Jersey City Landmarks Conservancy is celebrating 20 years at White Eagle Hall, where they will host its 19th Annual Preservation Awards.
Last month, Jersey City’s own Cast Iron Lofts II took home four titles at the annual New Jersey Builder Association’s Sales and Marketing (SAM) Awards.
Jersey City’s own design-build firm, Dixon Projects, was the most-awarded firm at this year's AIBD awards-the industry's most-prestigious gathering.
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.
Recognizing the best in affordable housing, the award highlights Hahne & Co. on Broad Street and the intrinsic idea that an affordable home is the necessary foundation for a happy and productive life.
Providing a host of free services including pro-bono legal work to Hudson County residents, The Waterfront Project seeks to raise money and also honor their partnerships.
Jersey City was recently named one of the most walkable cities in the U.S.
Marchetto Higgins Stieve Architects has been named "Firm of the Year" by the American Institute of Architects-New Jersey Chapter.
The Cooper House, a modern home designed with a Northern European aesthetic, won an award this year for the best custom home.
The Marketing Directors brought home several awards from the recent New Jersey Builder's Association Gala.