The Temperance Hall was a building on the corners of Front and Broad Streets. It was where suffragettes gathered and also had live entertainment.
From Mappler: The Carver Center has served as a meeting place for a variety of social and community organizations since its construction. The oldest section of the building was constructed circa 1915 by the Sunlight Elks Lodge at the rear of an existing dwelling that had been used as a clubhouse. That building was removed in 1927, and […]
From its Wikipedia website: City Gardens was a nightclub located at 1701 Calhoun Street in Trenton, New Jersey. It opened in 1979 and closed in the early 1990s. The Nalbone family of Trenton and Lawrence, New Jersey, owned the building several years before it became a legendary rock club . The “City Gardens” moniker was […]
From their website: EXIT 7A CREATIVE SERVICES & STUDIOS. Audio/video productions, graphic design, promotions, fundraising, event videos and large studio for DIY projects Exit 7A Studios has worked with companies such as Amazon Studios, The Trentonian, Trenton Farmer’s Market, New Jersey State Museum and more. http://exit7a.com/
From their website: The single-story building at 449 South Broad Street is where Hamilton Avenue ends, and some of Trentons most pioneering ventures have started. The property underwent extensive renovations in the late 1990s, and opened just before the new Millennium as the beloved, art-infused Urban Word Cafe. A variety of dining concepts followed, as […]
From its Wikipedia page: The Sun National Bank Center, formerly known as Sovereign Bank Arena, is a $53-million, 10,500-seat arena inTrenton, in the U.S. state of New Jersey; was home to the Trenton Freedom of the PIFL and hosts other special events including family shows, sporting events and concerts. On November 13, 2009, Sun National […]
From Mappler: Founded in 1936, the Tuxedo Club purchased a three-story building at 63 Bank Street where the club had a lounge and meeting rooms. The Tuxedo Club served as a meeting place for social and political purposes, and many of the city’s respected African American citizens were members. An associated ladies’ group, the Tuxedorettes, was also formed. In 1960 new headquarters […]
From its Wikipedia page: Taylor Opera House was an opera house in Trenton, New Jersey. It was the city’s first theater, and was founded byJohn Taylor, creator of Taylor Ham and one of Trenton’s leading citizens. The building first opened March 18, 1867 at 18 S. Broad Street. A historical marker was placed on the […]