Category Archives: Historic Preservation

Paterson Historic Preservation Commission receives prestigious award

May 15 2015 by Jayed Rahman Paterson Times The Paterson Historic Preservation Commission received a prestigious historic preservation award on Thursday from the New Jersey Historic Preservation Office and the…

City Council introduces ordinance to create new Jersey City historic district

May 15, 2015 By Patrick McGovern NJ.com JERSEY CITY — A new historic district in the city, the first since the 1970s, took a step closer to becoming a reality…

N.J.’s 10 most endangered historic sites for 2015 include Atlantic City

May 14th, 2015 By Nicole Mulvaney NJ.COM TRENTON — Preservation New Jersey’s top 10 most endangered historic sites in the state this year include a dilapidated farmhouse on the grounds…

Consultant to assess Princeton’s Witherspoon-Jackson neighborhood for possible historic designation

April 14th, 2015 Times of Trenton By Nicole Mulvaney PRINCETON — Princeton’s Witherspoon-Jackson neighborhood is commonly referred to as a historic district many minority families have called home over the…

New welcome center to open at Paterson’s Great Falls national park

April 15th, 2015 Paterson Press By Ed Rumley PATERSON — Officials next week will hold a ribbon-cutting for the newly renovated Welcome Center at Paterson Great Falls National Historical Park….

Preservationists Fight to Save a Former Asylum in New Jersey

                By Dan Hurley April 3, 2015 Now, despite having solicited offers in 2013 for redevelopment of the hospital, the state says it…

It’s neighbor vs. neighbor in fight for new Jersey City historic district

By Terrence T. McDonald | The Jersey Journal on March 09, 2015 JERSEY CITY — When Gaye and John Dunstan purchased their West Side Avenue home in 1999, they soon discovered…

Fair Lawn zoning board defers decision on proposed assisted-living facility

FEBRUARY 26, 2015 BY MARY DIDUCH STAFF WRITER | THE RECORD FAIR LAWN — Whether a new assisted living facility will be built on the land where a pre-Revolutionary War home…

Preserving Glen Alpin was the right thing to do

New Jersey Hills Media Group February 27th, 2015 EDITOR: As the Glen Alpin Conservancy, the non-profit friends group for Glen Alpin in Harding Township, we can’t help but notice each…

Upper Montclair train station’s historic delisting has been years in the making

FEBRUARY 16, 2015 BY ANDREW SEGEDIN STAFF WRITER | THE MONTCLAIR TIMES Montclairites were caught off guard last month by news that NJ Transit seeks the delisting of the Upper Montclair…