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Loew’s Jersey Theatre Shuts Down For $72 Million Renovation

The historic facility in Jersey City will be closed for several years.
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Performing Arts Space Planned for Church Near Newark’s Lincoln Park

‘The Facade’ is proposed at the South Park Calvary United Presbyterian Church, where Abraham Lincoln once spoke.
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Jersey City, Hoboken Holding Virtual Government Meetings Amid COVID-19

Jersey City will be holding their second remote council meeting this week and two Hoboken boards are switching to a virtual format as restrictions on group gatherings remain in place.
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Historic State Theatre New Jersey Announces Free Event for Reopening

State Theatre New Jersey has announced the date for the historic New Brunswick venue’s reopening after a year of major renovations.
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Atlantic City Wins Grant to Restore Historic Firehouses

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.
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Newark’s Historic NJ Bell Building Restoration Begins

The 21-story building located at 540 Broad Street in Downtown Newark will include residential units, office space, and retail stores.
The Enclave At Sacred Heart Of Jesus Church Jersey City

124 Residences, Event Space, and New School Planned for Jersey City’s Sacred Heart Site

The Archdiocese is working with a developer on a plan to adaptively reuse their church, school, and priory.
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Project to Transform Historic Jersey City Heights Convent Heads to Zoning Board

St. Paul of the Cross is looking to turn a historic structure along Hancock Avenue, Jersey City into a residential building.
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Developer Looks to Transform New Brunswick Bank into Dining Destination

A century-old bank building in the heart of New Brunswick could soon be reopened, as a developer looks to revitalize the property.
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Preserving Architectural History In Bayonne

After the community lost a battle to save a prominent historical home in 2015, historic preservation has become a hot topic in Bayonne. But with only one official historic district and limited legal means to protect properties, preservationists are doing their best to ensure Bayonne's history survives.