|In the summer of 2014, the Trenton Neighborhood Restoration Campaign, under the leadership of local non-profit Isles, Inc., worked with the City of Trenton, the Center for Urban Environmental Sustainability (CUES) at Rutgers University, and community groups throughout the city to identify all the vacant properties in town. Armed with a handheld app, teams of interns and volunteers went to every block in the city and entered observations about the status and condition of every tax lot. Our data is presented on our web site and will now be continuously updated.
Click on the Website button to view the Vacant Properties Database.
NOTE: The City of Trenton recently announced a five-point plan to tackle the problem. You can register for more information here. There are no lists of buildings being sold for a dollar yet, but we will update the interactive map once that info is released.
Key Phrases: restoring Trenton, restore Trenton.