Last week Governor Christie announced an $11.5 million revitalization initiative for Trenton that will include the demolition of 500 vacant homes and the installation of 150 surveillance cameras.
Plans are moving forward in Trenton to create a new district centered around the arts community in two neighborhoods.
A city foundation has placed billboards throughout the region advertising the work of 17 local residents and groups.
Two properties, including a unique historic building used for cigar manufacturing, recently sold for a combined value of $20.5 million in Trenton, New Jersey.
The mixed-use project is being constructed near Mill Hill Park at the edge of Trenton’s downtown.
This Trenton home comes complete with a ventilated cigar room.
Trenton, New Jersey is filled with ‘ghost signs’ advertising organizations and businesses that once operated within the city.
The historic Colonial Trust Company in the capital city’s Chambersburg neighborhood could be torn down and replaced with 35 apartments.
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.
A major culinary publication has finally shown New Jersey’s pizza scene the love that residents know it deserves.