The historic Colonial Trust Company in the capital city’s Chambersburg neighborhood could be torn down and replaced with 35 apartments.
This Trenton home comes complete with a ventilated cigar room.
A developer is looking to convert a historic Trenton building into a mixed-use development and construct several new multifamily buildings.
Hundreds of volunteers were sent out across New Jersey yesterday as part of the nationwide Point-in-Time Count to survey people who are experiencing homelessness. Jersey Digs participated in the event in Trenton and spoke with local leaders and homeless residents.
The annual Point-in-Time Count will be held today across the United States. Local organizations are aiming to determine just how many New Jerseyans woke up this morning without a home.
Trenton's first Starbucks opened last week. It is the ninth location of a new concept of Starbucks ‘community stores’.
The sixth annual Art All Day event in Trenton attracted hundreds of residents and visitors.
As interest increases, the city looks to create a strategic plan for responsible future development near its transportation hubs.
Plans are moving forward in Trenton to create a new district centered around the arts community in two neighborhoods.
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.