Their Mission: To Preserve, Protect and Promote the Architectural, Cultural and Enviornmental Heritage of Jersey City


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Endangered Jersey City Sites

  • The 6th Street Embankment

  • Harismus  Cove and Hamilton Park and is itself a recognized historic site. Jersey named it one of New Jersey’s 10 most endangered landmarks in 2006. …

    Campaign to Protect the Bergen Arches

  • Today the site has returned to nature, with moss and vines covering the by listing it in 2001 as one of New Jersey’s ten most endangered landmarks.

  • Campaign to Protect the Powerhouse

    The landmarking of the property, based on a nomination prepared by Conservancy founder John Gomez, immediately brought attention to the endangered landmark.

  • Campaign – Zoning & Teardowns

    About This Site · History · Success · Board Members · Contact Us Related Info. Link to Preservation New Jersey’s 10 Most Endangered Entry

  • Campaign to Protect St. John’s Episcopal Church

    Preservation New Jersey recognized the precarious situation of St. John’s, naming it to its 10 Most Endangered List in 2004. In 2006, the Episcopal Diocese

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