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    Newark Architecture & Design
    Hahne & Co.
    Hahne & Co.
    Contemporary apartments & a brand new shopping experience in the heart of Downtown Newark. more
    Hahne & Co.
    Forest Hill
    Forest Hill
    A pre-World War II neighborhood in the North Ward. Hundreds of stately homes in the area in various styles. more
    Forest Hill
    Lincoln Park
    Lincoln Park
    11-acre, four-block site dominated by brownfield site into a “green” arts and cultural district. more
    Lincoln Park
    Ballantine House
    Ballantine House
    Built in 1885 for Jeannette and John Holme Ballantine of the celebrated Newark beer-brewing family, this brick and limestone mansion originally had 27... more
    Ballantine House
    First Presbyterian Church
    First Presbyterian Church
    The Church stands as a symbol of spiritual values in the midst of the downtown community of the City of Newark. Old First Church has a rich treasure of... more
    First Presbyterian Church
    St. John's Catholic Church
    St. John's Catholic Church
    Historic Roman Catholic parish church located within the Archdiocese of Newark. The state's third-oldest Catholic church. more
    St. John's Catholic Church
    St. Patrick's Pro-Cathedral
    St. Patrick's Pro-Cathedral
    This massive Gothic brick structure, built in 1849, was Newark's first Roman Catholic Cathedral, serving as the seat of the Archbishop of Newark. more
    St. Patrick's Pro-Cathedral
    South Park Presbyterian Church
    South Park Presbyterian Church
    Born as a church for the affluent descendants of Pilgrims, it became a homeless shelter. Now a ruin, the South Park Presbyterian Church may again serve... more
    South Park Presbyterian Church
    Clinton Memorial AME Zion Church
    Clinton Memorial AME Zion
    The Clinton Memorial church was founded by Christopher Rush, one of the first six missionaries of the black Methodist movement. more
    Clinton Memorial AME Zion
    First Baptist Peddie Memorial Church
    First Baptist Peddie Memorial
    A Byzantine granite structure inspired by the Baths of Pisa in Italy and built through gifts made by Thomas Baldwin Peddie, philanthropist and mayor of... more
    First Baptist Peddie Memorial
    St. Lucy's Church
    St. Lucy's Church
    St. Lucy's is both highly historic and one of the most ornate churches in Newark. The land was secured in 1901 and the building completed in 1925. more
    St. Lucy's Church
    Branch Brook Park
    Branch Brook Park
    The first county park to be opened for public use in the United States. Designed by famed landscape architect Frederick Law Olmstead. more
    Branch Brook Park
    Four Corners
    Four Corners
    Intersection of Broad and Market Streets. The city's earliest settlement and the heart of Downtown. At one time, considered the busiest intersection in the... more
    Four Corners
    James Street Commons
    James Street Commons
    22-block area with late-19th century homes, landmark buildings from the mid-1800s through the 1930s, and Washington Park, the city’s oldest commons. more
    James Street Commons
    Military Park Commons
    Military Park Commons
    6-acre city park in Downtown Newark. It is a nearly triangular park located between Park Place, Rector Street and Broad Street. more
    Military Park Commons
    Krueger Mansion
    Krueger Mansion
    26-room mansion built between 1887 and 1889 by Gottfried Krueger, a German immigrant turned wealthy beer baron, it was the largest home in Newark. more
    Krueger Mansion
    Trinity and St. Philip's Cathedral
    Trinity and St. Philip's
    The first services for colonists who had settled in Newark were conducted by visiting priests starting in 1729. They organized Trinity Church and built a... more
    Trinity and St. Philip's
    Grace Episcopal Church
    Grace Episcopal Church
    Grace Church in Newark was founded in 1837 to be the standard-bearer for Anglican Catholicism in The Episcopal Church in northern New Jersey. more
    Grace Episcopal Church
    St. James AME Church
    St. James AME Church
    This Gothic greystone building features towers, four steeples, and cathedral memorial windows. more
    St. James AME Church
    St. Columba's Church
    St. Columba's Church
    St. Columba's Roman Catholic Church was founded on September 8, 1871. The church was dedicated in the spring of 1872 and was rebuilt and dedicated on... more
    St. Columba's Church
    St. Stephen's Church
    St. Stephen's Church
    St. Stephen's is perhaps the most notable Ironbound church landmark. The medallions above the doorway illustrate St. Stephen's history. more
    St. Stephen's Church
    Cathedral Basilica of the Sacred Heart
    Cathedral Basilica of the
    A magnificent French Gothic cathedral resembling the great cathedral at Rheims, France, its construction was first proposed in 1896. more
    Cathedral Basilica of the