The James Rose Center Meredith Arms Bzdak, PhD, Architectural Historian, Mills + Schnoering Architects July 12, 2020 The James Rose Center is located at the intersection of East Ridgewood Avenue and Southern Parkway in Ridgewood Village, Bergen County, NJ. It was constructed as ... » Learn More about The James Rose Center
We've relaunched Preservation New Jersey's quarterly newsletter!
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.
May 14, 2020Press Inquiries: Courtenay Mercer, Past Directorcmercer@preservationnj.org 609-583-0881Emily Manz, Directoremily@preservationnj.org609-583-0881PRESERVATION NEW JERSEY ANNOUNCES THE 10 MOST ENDANGERED HISTORIC PLACES LIST FOR 2020TRENTON, NJ – In recognition of national Preservation ... » Learn More about 10 Most Endangered Historic Places – 2020
Documentary Highlights Grassroots Efforts to Save Historic Resources Over 100 historic preservation supporters gathered at Newark Symphony Hall on March 4th to commemorate the 25th Anniversary of Preservation New Jersey’s “10 Most Endangered Historic Places in New Jersey” list, and to watch the ... » Learn More about Documentary Highlights Grassroots Efforts to Save Historic Resources
Plainfield's Historic Preservation CommissionMaria BoyesChair of Westfield Historic Preservation Commission, HPC Correspondent April 6, 2020Spearheaded by a group of residents 40 years ago, Plainfield’s City Council enacted its first ordinance established to guide the City’s historic preservation ... » Learn More about Plainfield’s Historic Preservation Commission
Volunteer Spotlight - Janet Foster William Neumann Director, Preservation New Jersey Board April 4, 2020 Catching up with Preservation NJ member Janet W. Foster is akin to trying to bottle up a hurricane. As one of New Jersey’s most prominent Architectural Historians, Janet claims to be “retired” ... » Learn More about Volunteer Profile – Janet Foster
Exploring the History of Your Home Lorraine Arnold Principal, Legacy Roots, LLC April 2, 2020 In 1970 a home was purchased on a one-acre lot in Matawan, Monmouth County. The undated English Colonial Revival style cross-hipped house was clad with flush horizontal pine plank sheathing typical of the ... » Learn More about Exploring the History of Your Historic Home
Preservation New Jersey Appoints New Executive Director Brings Extensive Experience in Economic Development and Tourism March 16, 2020 Trenton, NJ – The Board of Directors of Preservation New Jersey is pleased to announce the appointment of Emily Manz as the organization’s Executive Director. ... » Learn More about Preservation New Jersey Welcomes New Executive Director
It’s Time to Invest in NJ’s PastCourtenay MercerExecutive Director, Preservation New Jersey February 24, 2020The OpEd was originally published by NJ Spotlight.New Jersey’s past is its future — and preserving historic sites from our past is the best way to build a future for generations to come.The ... » Learn More about It’s Time to Invest in NJ’s Past
PNJ held its Annual Meeting of members on Saturday, February 8, 2020 at Old Franklin School in Metuchen. The days activities included: Presentation of the PNJ Annual Report & Volunteer Awards Topical presentation about Middlesex County initiatives & preservation funding by ... » Learn More about 2020 Annual Meeting Recap
Historic Tax Credits – NJ Update Michael Hanrahan Principal, Clarke Caton Hintz February 1, 2020 “The National Trust for Historic Preservation envisions a future where leaders who make decisions impacting our built environment consider the reuse of historic buildings as an essential strategy to ... » Learn More about Historic Tax Credits – NJ Update