Architect Robert Hillier used the remnants of an 1820 farmhouse to create a rustic four-bedroom home in the Ringoes section of East Amwell.
A lifelong New Jersey resident plans to turn the now-closed Strathmore Cinemas theater in Aberdeen into a brewpub with quality food and regular movie screenings.
After years of debate, a spooky looking Victorian home in Matawan will be turned into apartments, with the developer promising to preserve the exterior.
Jersey City can be a challenging place to raise a family. You want great public schools in which your kids can learn. You want enough space for your growing clan. Maybe you even want a yard. Maybe the answer is Verona, where you can move to the suburbs without sacrificing dining, culture, or easy access to the city.
For close to a century, millions of flags were produced at the Annin Flagmakers plant in Verona until its closure in 2013. Now, the plant, located at 163 Bloomfield Avenue in Verona is being converted into a new residential development called Annin Lofts.
While several of New Jersey’s northern cities are experiencing a revitalization not seen in a generation, the trickle-out effect into the suburbs has also started to pick up some steam. Earlier this week, a new boutique community called The Green at Bloomfield opened up in Bloomfield.
Famed architect Frank Lloyd Wright designed over 1,000 structures during his career. Of these, 532 were actually built and New Jersey is home to only four of them. The first and largest of Wright’s NJ homes, the James B. Christie House, has recently hit the market.