Demolition work is underway on several Journal Square lots that will eventually host a new courthouse, and a ghost sign from the past was uncovered before being demolished.
The majestic building, built into a steep cliff, was originally constructed by a famous brewer and narrowly escaped the wrecking ball before being preserved.
Plans to tear down the old Saint Peter’s Grammar School, which partially dates back to 1861, have been met with controversy.
Part of the Saint Peter’s Grammar School complex was built in 1861 while the other dates back to 1894, but the entire edifice could be torn down soon. Three years before becoming president, Woodrow Wilson delivered his first general election campaign speech inside while running to become New Jersey's governor.
This Montgomery Street home has observed the evolution of the neighborhood for nearly a century and a half under the stewardship of several prominent female owners.
The Monroe Street property where Ol’ Blue Eyes was born could be redeveloped into condominiums under a new plan.
The former U.S Army post now has townhomes, duplexes, and single-family residences for sale in its century-old buildings.
Nonprofit organization Preservation New Jersey just announced their annual list of the 10 Most Endangered Historic Places in New Jersey, advocating awareness and preservation.
Built between 1830 and 1840, 84 Essex Street was a storied saloon and boarding house during historic Paulus Hook's industrial heydey and is now being restored.
With the development of Journal Square beginning to take shape, the community of Bergen Square finds itself in an ideal position to reap the benefits of residual growth.