Our Summer 2020 Newsletter is Here!

Explore preservation projects with two PNJ Building Industry Network members, a new initiative out of Hopewell Borough, our latest programming, and much more.
New Programming: Q&A with PNJ
In July 2020 Preservation New Jersey launched a new series called Q&A with PNJ. The series highlights voices across NJ's historic preservation community and brings their knowledge and expertise on a wide variety of historic preservation topics to the public. Check out recordings of our first three conversations and learn about the one coming up next here.

Summit's Historic Preservation Commission
HPC Correspondent and PNJ Marketing Committee Member Maria Boyes takes us inside the Summit Historic Preservation Commission and the collaborative effort to preserve Summit's historic homes.

Preservation through Digitization
Associate Editor of The Montgomery News and PNJ Marketing Committee member Rikki Massand, takes us on an in-depth exploration of the Hopewell History Project - its goals, partners, and ample photo archives.

Volunteer Spotlight: Michael Hanrahan
Preservation New Jersey Board Member William 'Billy' Neumann profiles architect and preservation advocate Michael Hanrahan from his education at NJIT to his civic and professional highlights.
The James Rose Center
Meredith Bzdak, architectural historian at PNJ Building Industry Network Member Mills + Schnoering Architects shares information on the unique home and studio of architect James Rose. She describes the home's many distinctive attributes and several recommendations in the Preservation Plan for the building and landscape.

New Jersey's Hidden Secrets
Katherine Ng, Vice President of PNJ Building Industry Network member Wu & Associates, writes about the secrets their firm has uncovered while working on the Trenton Bath House, the Glassboro Train Station, and the New Milford Plant of the Hackensack Water Company.

Remembering Constance Greiff
Preservation New Jersey's founder Constance Greiff passed away at the age of 90 this spring. Greiff said, "Every building tells a story, though sometimes you have to dig to find it. I like the digging and the telling."
Members support PNJ's efforts to promote the economic vitality, sustainability, and heritage of New Jersey’s diverse communities through advocacy and education. 

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Preservation New Jersey receives an operating support grant from the New Jersey Historical Commission, a division of the Department of State.