The historic New Brunswick venue is set to see a variety of changes as its 100th birthday nears.
A group that has long promoted a plan to convert an abandoned rail line into a shared-use nature trail just gained membership into a notable non-profit started by the co-founder of Manhattan’s High Line.
The majestic building, built into a steep cliff, was originally constructed by a famous brewer and narrowly escaped the wrecking ball before being preserved.
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.
As the West Bergen-East Lincoln Park historic district nears its one year anniversary, we dive into how the designation effects the neighborhood.
A Capital One branch has officially closed on the parcel, which has an adjacent parking lot that could be attractive to developers.
This Hamilton Park townhouse features a skylight/bulkhead hybrid that allows light in and roof access while still maintaining its historical integrity.
What better way to enshrine the lessons we’ve learned from decades of mass incarceration than by transforming the remnants of Newark’s first penitentiary into a gathering place — be it a museum or community center — that might bring about the end of a problematic legacy.
This Thursday the Jersey City Landmarks Conservancy is holding their annual Preservation Awards Ceremony where they honor local companies and individuals for their role in historic preservation.
The city’s planning board signed off on a residential housing project that will see a historic but vacant church torn down.