You don’t have to be a world leader or a billionaire to give back. #GivingTuesday is about ordinary people coming together doing extraordinary things. Preservation New Jersey is participating in #GivingTuesday to bolster our 10 Most Endangered Historic Places in NJ program. While publishing the ... » Learn More about #GivingTuesday
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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.
The "Castle of the Hill", a 2017 10 Most Endangered Historic Place in NJ is in jeopardy of being lost forever. Demolition has begun on the Camden High School Annex. The good news is, the Schools Development Authority (SDA) has agreed to hold off demolishing the significant portions of the building ... » Learn More about More Hurdles for Camden High School
The battle over the Flemington Historic District, the Bank Building, and the Union Hotel (a 2016 10 Most Endangered Historic Place in NJ) wages on. In August, the Historic Sites Council issued a temporary denial of an encroachment application, asking for additional information related to structural ... » Learn More about The Fate of the Union Hotel Still Pending
PRESERVATION NEW JERSEY HONORS LEADERS IN PRESERVATION TRENTON, NJ – At its annual Night of Celebration on October 5, 2017, Preservation New Jersey honored leaders, visionaries, and professionals who have preserved and restored important landmarks and landscapes throughout the state. The 2017 New ... » Learn More about PNJ Honors Leaders in Preservation
The Historic Sites Council hears an application related to the Union Hotel, a 2016 PNJ 10 Most Endangered Historic Place in NJ... The NJ Historic Sites Council (HSC) held a marathon meeting on Wednesday, June 16, 2017 to review an application regarding encroachments upon properties listed on ... » Learn More about Historic Sites Council Has Its Eyes on Flemington