The Revolutionary War-era tunnels are rumored to be beneath the two-story cottage at 29 Old Indian Road.
A mysterious painting has surfaced that reveals what may be an early version of Mies van der Rohe's master plan in Newark.
New Jersey’s 579 Trail, a 25-mile stretch of country road from Bloomsbury to Lambertville, is a great way to explore the agricultural roots of the Garden State.
The Garden State’s municipalities are filled with monuments dedicated to battles fought in the state and internationally by its residents.
A decade-long battle to save a landmark in Newark’s University Heights nearly ended in demolition. Frantic phone calls to lawyers and city officials managed to stay the wrecking ball in the eleventh hour — for now.
Architects found layers of history that go back more than a century.
The Branford Masjid in Newark was allegedly sold to Paramount Assets without notifying the congregation.
The collection of 1940s tax photos remains in limbo, held by a former chair of the Historic Preservation Commission.
The historic residence in Llewellyn Park, a gated community known for her father’s mansion Glenmont, took inspiration from the Normandy region in France.
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.