Five years ago, Jersey City’s historic preservation office created a tool to help homeowners designate their homes a landmark. But it soon became wielded “almost exclusively” by real estate prospectors for demolition.
Ballantine House, which dates to 1885, underwent an extensive renovation and now houses an immersive historical experience that also includes contemporary art exhibits.
The proposed $110 million Newark pedestrian bridge promises enhanced accessibility and safety, yet it faces criticism for bypassing city landmarks commission approval and missing opportunities for artistic involvement.
Judge Stephen Garretson’s former home is believed to be the oldest building in Hamilton Park, Jersey City.
A stately Jersey City home has been listed for $1.4 million several years after it appeared the boarded-up property would be restored to its former luster.
Native American Encampment, 18th Century Home Threatened by Municipal ‘Recycling’ Facility in Paulsboro
A plan to build a municipal recycling center threatens the serenity of a historically significant 18th-century home called the Samuel P. Paul House.
Jersey City Landmarks Conservancy will be hosting a fundraiser in the Barrow Mansion on Thursday with an open bar to announce their excellence in preservation winners.
Last month, members of the public got a peek inside the Krueger-Scott Mansion in its almost-finished state to see what three years and $10 million could accomplish.
One of the largest public restoration projects in Newark’s history recently achieved a milestone as the iconic Symphony Hall took a big step towards its full re-opening.
Spiegelworld has restored a century-old Atlantic City theater along the boardwalk that includes several bars and an outpost of their famed Superfrico restaurant.