Elizabeth, New Jersey, might be one of the most important cities in the nation without a commission to protect its historic landmarks.
Unlike in nearby Cape May, the Point doesn’t have a historic preservation commission.
Philadelphia-based LMPG Companies is looking to convert the century-old former military club into 31 loft-style apartments, complete with a ground-floor retail market.
James Street Commons Historic District, whose residents had fought to save the nearby school for over a decade, was named one of the most endangered places in the state.
An application says that the Township of Weehawken is looking to gain ownership of certain parcels along The Palisades "in order to ensure their preservation and the protection of those lands from future development."
A decade-long battle to save a landmark in Newark’s University Heights nearly ended in demolition. Frantic phone calls to lawyers and city officials managed to stay the wrecking ball in the eleventh hour — for now.
Architects found layers of history that go back more than a century.
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.
The owners are now partnering with Newark-based developer Hanini Group to bring a five-story residential building to the property.