The Heritage at Claremont is a development of 20 condos on a historic church property in Bernardsville.
After years of debate, a spooky looking Victorian home in Matawan will be turned into apartments, with the developer promising to preserve the exterior.
From the 'Cake Boss' bakery to a 1950s cheesesteak restaurant, the city of Hoboken has begun a campaign to recognize its 25 oldest businesses.
A Capital One branch has officially closed on the parcel, which has an adjacent parking lot that could be attractive to developers.
The school has filed paperwork challenging a decision by Jersey City’s Historic Preservation Commission that denied their request to tear down two historic buildings.
A marathon hearing of the Historical Preservation Commission ended in denying the school’s request to tear down two deteriorating structures.
St. Peter’s request for demolition is now expected to be heard at the Historic Planning Commission meeting on April 1.
Hoboken is working with a developer on plans to rehabilitate and expand a historic industrial complex.
A proposal that’s heading to Jersey City’s planning board would preserve and expand the existing church building and construct a new homeless shelter across the street.
Interior design details have been finalized for a church-to-residential conversion project, which looks to put a modern touch on historic details.