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After Warren Street School Demolished, James Street Named ‘Most Endangered’
James Street Commons Historic District, whose residents had fought to save the nearby school for over a decade, was named one of the most endangered places in the state.
James Street Community Rushes to Stall NJIT’s Demolition of Historic School
A decade-long battle to save a landmark in Newark’s University Heights nearly ended in demolition. Frantic phone calls to lawyers and city officials managed to stay the wrecking ball in the eleventh hour — for now.
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.
NJIT Could Spend Millions to Expand Newark Campus
The New Jersey Institute of Technology is planning to buy over a dozen properties near its campus in Newark's University Heights neighborhood.
New Jersey Institute of Technology Plans to Expand Campus in Newark
NJIT could be adding new mixed-use developments near its University Heights campus.
Tomorrow: NJIT Opens Exhibit on Newark-born Architect Richard Meier
In honor of Newark’s 350th Anniversary, The College of Architecture and Design at NJIT will host an famed architect Richard Meier. The exhibit, titled “Richard Meier – Newark Architect and Artist” will display works from Meier’s extensive career in the design disciplines of architecture, painting, collage, sculpture and product design.