New Jersey Historic Trust Site Grants 2008

New Jersey Historic Trust Announces Grant Applications for 2008

February 27, 2009

TRENTON – The New Jersey Historic Trust today announced its recommended list for 2008 Historic Preservation Grants. The list of recommended sites will go before the Garden State Preservation Trust on March 11th for ratification and then move on to the Legislature for approval. 60 projects at historic sites were selected and would receive a total of over $15.5 million in funding.

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New Jersey Historic Grant totals by County for 2008

“The Historic Trust continues to make great strides in preserving New Jersey’s culture and historic sites,” said Department of Community Affairs (DCA) Commissioner Joseph Doria. “This is indicative of Governor Corzine’s efforts to revitalize our state’s economy. Not only will this action preserve these sites, but it will help spur economic growth by attracting tourism to these areas.”

The New Jersey Historic Trust, a DCA affiliate, administers the grants from the Garden State Historic Preservation Trust Fund. The Trust Fund was created to promote historic preservation and encourage joint preservation efforts by the public and private sectors. It funds both capital projects and planning projects for historic preservation across the state.

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New Jersey Historic Grants by Percentage for 2008

This 2008 Historic Preservation Grant Round is devoted to Historic Sites Management Grants and Capital Preservation Grants. Historic Site Management Grants support non-construction activities such as conditions assessments, preservation plans, engineering reports, construction documents, landscape reports, archaeological assessments associated with historic site rehabilitation, green building retrofit analysis, and heritage tourism initiatives. Capital Preservation Grants support ‘bricks and mortar’ repair, restoration and rehabilitation of historic resources for continued active use. The maximum award is $50,000 for planning and $750,000 for capital construction. Special initiatives this year highlighted urban resources, heritage tourism, and projects not previously funded.

Below is the list of projects – For more information visit – http://www.njht.org/

Recommended SiteMuni.CountyRecommended Award
St. Stephen’s Episcopal ChurchBeverlyBurlington$289,945
Burlington County Historical SocietyBurlingtonBurlington$50,000
Battleship New JerseyCamdenCamden$100,000
Church of Our Savior, CamdenCamdenCamden$750,000
Bivalve Shipping Sheds & WharvesCommercialCumberland$750,000
Edgewater Borough HallEdgewaterBergen$406,000
First Presbyterian ChurchElizabethUnion$290,202
Trenton Bath House and Day CampEwingMercer$750,000
Fleming CastleFlemingtonHunterdon$49,650
Glen Ridge Municipal Building/LibraryGlen RidgeEssex$664,200
First Baptist Church of HaddonfieldHaddonfieldCamden$24,682
Hoboken Public LibraryHobokenHudson$750,000
Henry Phillips HouseHopewellMercer$360,830
Ellis Island Recreation BuildingJersey CityHudson$50,000
Ellis Island Hospital BuildingJersey CityHudson$162,325
St. Andrew’s AmwellLambertvilleHunterdon$29,962
Parker HomesteadLittle SilverMonmouth$44,625
Church of the PresidentsLong BranchMonmouth$467,296
Millington Schoolhouse #74/Old Town HallLong HillMorris$27,147
The Darlington Schoolhouse/Havemeyer HallMahwahBergen$750,000
The Presbyterian ChurchMays LandingAtlantic$12,724
The Preparative Meeting of Friends of MedfordMedfordBurlington$50,000
Medford Preparatory Friends MeetingMedfordBurlington$99,942
1857 Millville BankMillvilleCumberland$29,767
Willow HallMorristownMorris$37,322
Revolutionary NJ Discovery CentersMultipleMultiple$50,000
James and Ann Whitall HouseNational ParkGloucester$47,625
Dutch Reformed ChurchNew BrunswickMiddlesex$487,797
Christ Episcopal ChurchNew BrunswickMiddlesex$412,408
Mutual Benefit Life Insurance CompanyNewarkEssex$255,000
Ballentine Carriage HouseNewarkEssex$588,092
Van Allen House & Vygeborg Farm Office Bldg.OaklandBergen$40,000
New Milford Plant/Hackensack Water Co.OradellBergen$750,000
Orange City HallOrangeEssex$140,500
Episcopal Church of the EpiphanyOrangeEssex$250,065
Second Presbyterian Church, OxfordOxfordWarren$16,310
S.U.M. Great Falls Power PlantPatersonPassaic$180,000
Rogers Locomotive Works Storage BuildingPatersonPassaic$750,000
Alliance Heritage CenterPittsgroveSalem$50,000
Moshe Bayuk HousePittsgroveSalem$406,744
All Souls ChurchPlainfieldUnion$446,369
Port Colden Methodist Episcopal ChurchPort ColdenWarren$186,000
Thomas Clarke HousePrincetonMercer$25,000
General John Frelinghuysen HouseRaritanSomerset$264,075
Anthony Reckless EstateRed BankMonmouth$29,308
Roebling Company Kinkora WorksRoeblingBurlington$50,000
Salem County CourthouseSalemSalem$250,000
BevansSandystonSussex$33,000
Princeton Nurseries, Kingston SiteSouth BrunswickMiddlesex$290,000
Bishop-Irick FarmsteadSouthamptonBurlington$9,092
Spring Lake First Aid & Emerg. Squad Bldg.Spring LakeMonmouth$526,950
District No. 98 SchoolhouseStocktonHunterdon$219,769
The ClearingSummitUnion$47,500
Douglass House and Jackson Street BridgeTrentonMercer$534,901
Port Colden SchoolhouseWashingtonWarren$273,800
Dey MansionWaynePassaic$619,737
Belcoville Post OfficeWeymouthAtlantic$15,000
Morris Canal Lock 2 EastWhartonMorris$50,000
Trinity Episcopal ChurchWoodbridgeMiddlesex$253,540
Mt. Zion African Methodist Episcopal ChurchWoolwichGloucester$12,000


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