St. Peter’s Prep is looking to the courts for a ruling that would allow them to tear down two historic Jersey City structures on York Street and replace them with a surface parking lot.
Jersey City’s Historic Preservation Commission has recommended a plan that would add townhomes, apartments, and a large storefront to a Downtown neighborhood.
Bells from the now-demolished St. Joseph’s Church will ring in Bayonne again, inside a restored clock tower that is set to be revealed during a ceremony this week.
Historic buildings that weren’t demolished were often stripped of ornamentation or covered with superficial materials. However, as current tastes change in favor of that lost ornamentation, developers are restoring original facades.
Newark could have the prettiest neighborhoods in America… but only if we gave the humble rowhouses the same dignity as the greatest mansions on Ballantine Parkway.
A Cape May-based hotel company plans to restore a Doo Wop motel in Wildwood that many feared would be demolished.
Facing backlash over a plan to demolish a Newark landmark that played a role in black history, NJPAC revealed a modified redevelopment plan that would preserve a significant portion of the building including the street-facing facade and a well-known mural.
The Taurasi Group is looking to bring 123 units, a supermarket, retail, and office space to a historic building in Hoboken.
A beloved landmark in Cape May Point was recently saved from demolition, however, the oldest home in the town was torn down this year and a Victorian dating to 1876 will be next.
A local nonprofit is working to ensure Newark’s historic Weequahic High School is protected with national landmark status.