PRESERVATION NEW JERSEY HONORS LEADERS IN PRESERVATION TRENTON, NJ – At its annual Night of Celebration, Preservation New Jersey honored leaders, visionaries, and professionals who have preserved and restored important landmarks and landscapes throughout the state. The 2017 New Jersey ... » Learn More about PNJ Honors Leaders in Preservation
Preservation NJ hosts and co-sponsors various events throughout the year, including educational workshops, walking tours, an awards celebration, and our annual meeting.
Saturday, October 14 10:00AM to 12:00PM Architect Barton Ross and Design Consultant Ira Smithlead a walking tour of Montclair’s Business District, an award-winning Great American Main Street. Learn about the downtown’s past, present, and future on this 2-hour walking tour. AIA CEU approved and ... » Learn More about Montclair Business District Architectural Tour
On October 5, 2017, PNJ hosted a Night of Celebration honoring leaders, visionaries, and professionals who have preserved and restored important landmarks and landscapes throughout the state. The 2017 honorees include the CRRNJ Terminal, the Apple Tree House, the John Buzby House, Journey Through ... » Learn More about 2017 Night of Celebration
On May 18, 2017 PNJ, along with the Newark Landmarks & Preservation Committee and APA-NJ, hosted a walking tour of Newark’s Military Park Historic District and buildings, including the Hahne and NJ Bell Telephone buildings, the Peddie Memorial Church, & others. The tour included discussions ... » Learn More about Newark Walking Tour Recap
Walking Tour Speakers: Anne Englot joined Rutgers University - Newark in 2014 as Professor of Practice in Architecture & Humanities in the Arts, Culture & Media Department. She teaches courses on the city and architectural history, she has been instrumental in shaping key ... » Learn More about Register for the Walking Tour of Newark’s Military Park Historic District
On March 4, 2017, members came together at the Roebling Wire Works Building in Trenton to hear about the organization's activities over the past year, as well as plans for the coming year from PNJ's President Scot Pannepacker. Our new Director, Courtenay Mercer, also gave remarks of welcome and ... » Learn More about 2017 Annual Meeting