People’s Preparatory Charter School will be revamping a century-old Newark synagogue into their newest campus.
The owners of Neumann Leathers in Hoboken are now looking to expand the historic property into a 375-unit mixed-use development that includes a public indoor courtyard.
A business that served The Heights, Jersey City for almost 50 years is slated to be replaced with a historic restoration and addition project that includes some retail space along Palisade Avenue.
Recently, the National Park Service (NPS) announced $1.2 million in Underrepresented Community Grants for 21 projects in 16 states. Atlantic City was the only city in New Jersey to be awarded a grant.
Demolitions in Newark’s historic districts are the new normal.
A group of preservationists is trying to buy the former home of a freed slave that is for sale in Montclair.
St. Peter’s Prep is looking to the courts for a ruling that would allow them to tear down two historic Jersey City structures on York Street and replace them with a surface parking lot.
Jersey City’s Historic Preservation Commission has recommended a plan that would add townhomes, apartments, and a large storefront to a Downtown neighborhood.
Bells from the now-demolished St. Joseph’s Church will ring in Bayonne again, inside a restored clock tower that is set to be revealed during a ceremony this week.
Historic buildings that weren’t demolished were often stripped of ornamentation or covered with superficial materials. However, as current tastes change in favor of that lost ornamentation, developers are restoring original facades.