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Designs for First New Townhouse in a Century on Newark’s James Street Earns Praise
A building approved by Newark’s Landmark and Historic Preservation Commission could become the first new townhouse built on James Street in over a century.
State Commissioner Overrules Panel, Paves Way for Newark’s Tubman Statue
Approval for a Harriet Tubman monument planned in Newark was first denied, but now a New Jersey commissioner has overruled the state panel of preservationists.
‘Confrontational’ Tubman Monument in Newark Rejected by State Panel
A proposed Harriet Tubman monument meant to replace a statue of Christopher Columbus that was removed in the heat of 2020’s unrest was unanimously voted down.
NJIT’s Plans to Demolish Buildings in Historic District Temporarily Derailed
The State Historic Preservation Office denied New Jersey Institute of Technology’s application to demolish four buildings within the city’s first and oldest historic district.
NJIT’s Plans to Modernize Its Campus Could Cost Newark Some History
Turn-of-the-last-century architecture could be torn down, but fortunately not without consulting Newark Landmarks.