A historic building along Hoboken's main drag has been integrated into an educational campus that includes new classrooms, a rooftop deck, and rear courtyard.
Stakeholders-ACT!, a community organization, is holding a virtual event tomorrow in an effort to rally support.
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The owners are now partnering with Newark-based developer Hanini Group to bring a five-story residential building to the property.
The collection of 1940s tax photos remains in limbo, held by a former chair of the Historic Preservation Commission.
A scheme looking to revitalize several structures built during the 19th century would create 310 residential units plus indoor and outdoor public plazas while preserving and rehabilitating the property’s industrial arts space.
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 partially boarded-up church that’s almost 135 years old could soon be revitalized into worship space that includes 16 apartments under a new proposal.
The Jersey City Landmarks Conservancy (JCLC) believes the Junction holds an important place in Jersey City’s history and the building at 500 Communipaw Avenue is no exception.
The Archdiocese is working with a developer on a plan to adaptively reuse their church, school, and priory.
The State Historic Preservation Office denied New Jersey Institute of Technology’s application to demolish four buildings within the city’s first and oldest historic district.