What: Tour this historic Trenton neighborhood that was conceived and designed by Frederick Law Olmsted, the architect of New York City’s Central Park. Meet its residents, too.
The “Cadwalader Heights: 112 Years Young” celebration will showcase 14 beautiful homes and their unique stories, from construction to the present day. Enjoy food and other fun along the way. A portion of the proceeds will go to support a variety of Trenton youth organizations.
Where: The Trenton, N.J., neighborhood of Cadwalader Heights (bounded by Parkside, Stuyvesant and Bellevue avenues, and Belmont Circle).
When: Saturday, September 14, from noon to 5 p.m.
For the Media: Numerous advance and same-day photo/interview opportunities are available.
For the Public: Tickets are $20/person in advance on the Cadwalader Heights Neighborhood Association website www.cadwaladerheights.com or can be purchased on the day of the tour for $25/person at the registration center at the Trenton City Museum at Ellarslie, located in adjacent Cadwalader Park, where there is free parking within easy walking distance of the neighborhood.
Background: The self-guided walking tour will include 10 beautiful homes in the historic Frederick Law Olmsted neighborhood and the Trenton City Museum housed in Ellarslie Mansion in the heart of Cadwalader Park. The theme of “Cadwalader Heights: 112 Years Young” was chosen to reflect a neighborhood of rich diversity and forward vision as it launches into its second century of existence. As part of that theme, this year’s tour is dedicated in part to the youth of Trenton, the city’s future. The neighborhood of Cadwalader Heights is represented by people of wide-ranging interests and accomplishments, living in distinctive homes with an array of architectural styles. These are artists, writers, builders, ministers, designers, information technology professionals, accountants, teachers, realtors, curators, veterans, community activists, and more – all devoted to furthering the greatness of Trenton and the ensuring its future is bright.
Go to www.cadwaladerheights.com for more information.