Our Fall 2020 Newsletter is Here

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.
PNJ Board Member Billy Neumann interviews real estate agents across the state on whose work intersects with preservation and compiles a list of resources directly related to buying and selling old homes and unique properties.

PNJ's HPC Correspondent and journalist Maria Boyes takes us inside the busy Princeton Historic Preservation Commission with multiple interviews and a deep dive into Princeton’s most recent district to be designated historic, the Witherspoon-Jackson Neighborhood.

Executive Director of the Red Mill, PNJ Board Member, Chair of the Morris County Chamber of Commerce Non-Profit Roundtable, and entrepreneur; Paul Muir wears many hats. For our Volunteer Spotlight this quarter, our Executive Director caught up with Paul, who always finds time for Preservation New Jersey to find out why he's passionate about preservation.

PNJ Marketing Committee Member and journalist Rikki Massand explores HMR Architects' preservation work on municipal structures in Somerset County - Rocky Hill Borough Hall and Somerville Borough Hall.

Our latest recorded sessions including PNJ Past President John Hatch's discussion on Racism and the American City and President of Oral History in the Mid-Atlantic Region Melissa Ziobro's session on Creating Oral Histories are up on our website! If you've missed any of our Q&A with PNJ programming this year, or want to revisit any of the content please take a look!

Get Ready to Nominate!

We will begin accepting nominations for the 2021 10 Most Endangered Historic Places next week!

The 10 Most Endangered Historic Places in NJ program spotlights irreplaceable historic, architectural, cultural, and archaeological resources in New Jersey that are in imminent danger of being lost. 

Watch Your Inbox for Information on our 10 Most + Instructions for Nominating Next Week!
Our Annual Appeal is underway!

We started this season thankful for a successful #GivingTuesday and are excited to continue to share about PNJ's accomplishments in 2020 and plans for 2021.


With so many properties that remain in the balance, we know Preservation New Jersey’s role continues to be crucial in our state. We are ready to make ourselves and our members heard even louder in 2021. Donate to PNJ >
Preservation New Jersey receives an operating support grant from the New Jersey Historical Commission, a division of the Department of State.