A historic Mercer County building is slated to be renovated and converted into light fixture manufacturing.
The historic Colonial Trust Company in the capital city’s Chambersburg neighborhood could be torn down and replaced with 35 apartments.
One of the tallest buildings in Trenton has changed hands and plans are already underway to repurpose the structure into a multi-family housing complex.
From Revolutionary relics to scenic tree-lined streets of historic homes, gaslights, and churches, New Jersey’s capital is filled with historical landmarks, most of which are open to the public.
The old William G. Cook Elementary School currently sits empty in Trenton’s Wilbur Section. Now, City Hall is looking to sell the building to a development firm.
Trenton, New Jersey is filled with ‘ghost signs’ advertising organizations and businesses that once operated within the city.
The State of New Jersey sold the former Mill Hill Processing Center near in Trenton for $800,000. The new owner is now planning apartments and retail space.
Plans are moving forward in Trenton to create a new district centered around the arts community in two neighborhoods.
New information has been released about the proposed redevelopment project at the site of Trenton’s Van Sciver Building that we reported on last week.
The sixth annual Art All Day event in Trenton attracted hundreds of residents and visitors.