Interview with Aidita Milsted, Director of Historic Preservation at NJEDA Emily Manz, Executive Director of Preservation New Jersey interviews Aidita Milsted, Director of Historic Preservation at NJEDA Emily: Aidita, can you tell me a little about your life? Where did you grow-up? Aidita: I ... » Learn More about Interview with Aidita Milsted, Director of Historic Preservation at NJEDA
Preservation Perspective (Spring 2022): Read on for updates on 10 Most Endangered Historic Places around the state, and learn more about Adaptive Reuse, Tiny Churches, Upcoming Events and more
Preservation Perspective (Winter 2022): A recap of our Awards Event, and learn more about Young Professionals across the state, Heritage Tourism, Upcoming Events and more!
Preservation Perspective (Fall 2021): Announcing the 2021 NJ Historic Preservation Award Winners, Fall Activities in Somerset County, PNJ's Recent Activities and Much More!
Preservation Perspective (Summer 2021): The Summer 2021 Preservation Perspective shares stories on preserving New Jersey's African American history and opportunities for heritage tourism this summer in New Jersey.
Preservation Perspective (Spring 2021): The Spring 2021 Preservation Perspective focuses on the recent legislation creating a NJ state historic tax credit. Learn more about the historic tax credit, other incentives on the local level, tax credits in neighboring states, our Preservation Leadership Award honorees, and upcoming events with Preservation New Jersey.
Preservation Perspective (Fall 2020): The Fall 2020 Preservation Perspective Newsletter is out! Explore preservation projects with one PNJ Building Industry Network member, properties and the latest designated historic district in Princeton, real estate agents and networks who work with historic properties, and much more.
Preservation Perspective (Summer 2020): The Summer 2020 Preservation Perspective includes preservation projects with two PNJ Building Industry Network members, a new initiative out of Hopewell Borough, our latest programming, and much more.
Preservation Perspective (Spring 2020): In our Spring 2020 Preservation Perspective we welcome our new Executive Director, explore the history of a historic home with a Business Industry Network member, read the latest legislative update on the Historic Tax Credit, and much more.
William Green House at the College of New JerseyAcademic Fieldwork Uncovering Untold Stories and Potential for Preservation2015’s PNJ 10 Most Endangered ListEwing Township, Mercer CountyBy Rikki MassandStudents at TCNJ this semester have worked on an ethnographic film for a class project, revealing ... » Learn More about William Green House
Chronicling PNJ’s 10 Most Endangered Historic Places over TimeBy Gillian DemetriouEvery year, PNJ publishes the annual 10 Most Endangered Historic Places in NJ list, which spotlights irreplaceable historic, architectural, cultural, and archaeological resources in New Jersey that are in imminent ... » Learn More about Chronicling PNJ’s 10 Most Endangered Historic Places over Time
Adaptive Reuse in NJBy Maria BoyesNew Jersey has many abandoned buildings that are no longer used in their original capacity. Whether factories, schools, churches, or train stations, their original intention has long since become part of the past. So what to do with them? In many cases, ... » Learn More about Adaptive Reuse in NJ
America's Oldest Log house: The C.A. Nothnagle House is Preserved and for SaleBy William “Billy” NeumannFor over 380 years C. A. Nothnagle Log House in Gibbstown, NJ has stood as a living witness to the very beginning of European settlements in the United States. Built between 1638 and 1643, its ... » Learn More about Gloucester County’s C. A. Nothnagle Log House is one the oldest buildings in North America. It is preserved and now ready for sale.
Tiny Churches Project: Documenting NJ’s small, quaint, and historic houses of worship via InstagramBy Taylor HenryNew Jersey contains over 6,000 churches, 136 mosques, 132 synagogues, and many more temples. The Garden State’s early houses of worship tell us centuries’ worth of local history, being ... » Learn More about Tiny Churches Project: Documenting NJ’s small, quaint, and historic houses of worship via Instagram
Lake Solitude Dam: A Tourism Attraction Revisited2008’s PNJ 10 Most Endangered ListHigh Bridge Borough, Hunterdon CountyBy Rikki Massand A TikTok video that went viral in 2020 attracted thousands of people – mainly New Yorkers tired of being stuck indoors during the ... » Learn More about Lake Solitude Dam
Historic Preservation of the Ralston Cider MillBy William “Billy” NeumannAt the start of each year, when you plan your historic preservation trips you must consider a visit to Ralston Cider Mill in Mendham. The Ralston Cider Mill is authentically preserved and the last and only operational cider ... » Learn More about Historic Preservation of the Ralston Cider Mill
Hunterdon County Tourism Initiatives and Business Promotions Highlight Historic Main Streets and DowntownsBy Rikki N. MassandFacing the world’s first pandemic summer (2020), the Hunterdon County Office of Economic Development presented a unique way to showcase 7 vibrant historic downtowns and ... » Learn More about Hunterdon County Tourism Initiatives and Business Promotions Highlight Historic Main Streets and Downtowns
New Jersey Young PreservationistsPreservation New Jersey’s Young Preservationist Award debuted in 2021 to celebrate those under 40 making important contributions to the state’s preservation field. We wanted to share stories of even more young preservationists around the state and connect with even ... » Learn More about Young Preservationists