Preservation New Jersey's Quarterly Newsletter is back!

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.
Preservation New Jersey welcomes a new Executive Director, Emily Manz, and celebrates former Executive Director Courtenay Mercer's accomplishments.

Preservation New Jersey's Business Industry Network (BIN) member Lorraine Arnold of Legacy Roots LLC, takes us on an in-depth exploration of the history of a Matawan couples' historic home. Arnold uses material and document research to discover changes in the property over time and original ownership.

HPC Correspondent and Preservation NJ Public Relations Committee Member Maria Boyes takes us inside the Plainfield Historic Preservation Commission and shares how a city of 50,000 people has achieved 600 designated properties, and 18 individual landmarked sites.

Preservation New Jersey Board Member William 'Billy' Neumann profiles archaeological historian, educator, and consultant Janet Foster. " Catching up with Preservation NJ member Janet W. Foster," he says, "is akin to trying to bottle up a hurricane."

Preservation New Jersey Board Member Michael Hanrahan provides an update on New Jersey Historic Tax Credit legislation and the work done by a coalition comprised of AIA, Preservation New Jersey, and more to move this legislation forward.

Courtenay Mercer of Preservation New Jersey penned an Op-Ed in NJ Spotlight on the Historic Tax Credit. Mercer shares why preserving historic sites from our past is the best way to build a future for generations to come.

PNJ Events
PNJ and the New Jersey Historic Preservation Office/NJ Historic Sites Council are again partnering to recognize initiatives, stewards, documents and more.

Join us as we bring awareness to and rally support for the Garden State’s endangered historic treasures.
 

Pictured here, Symphony Hall team member Elaine Medina and Executive Director of Newark Symphony Hall Taneshia Nash Laird.
More than 100 people gathered at Newark's stately Symphony Hall for PNJ's 10 Most Gala on March 4th to celebrate 10 years of PNJ's 10 Most Endangered list and to view the PNJ Mini Doc - Saved or Lost Forever .

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