You Could Save a Historic Prisoncomments (2) November 4th, 2010 in Blogs
This 1873 Brownstone needs a new home or it will be lost forever!
A friend of mine who is passionate about saving old buildings just wrote me about the impending loss of this old stone prison in New Jersey:
Slated for demolition within the next several weeks, we have the opportunity to save this wonderful, unique example of well-crafted 19th century architecture if we can find a buyer for all or part of it. It can be removed and reassembled for adaptive re-use or materials can be used in a new design. For more information visit restotechnj.com/stone .
Please pass this along to anyone who may be interested so that we may save the historic structure.
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