Cadwalader Heights is a neighborhood of architectural diversity designed by famed landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted and was built by Trenton's industrial elite at the turn of the last century. Now it is home to performing and visual artists, educators, architects, entrepreneurs, business and science professionals.
MEET THE CANDIDATES - 2014 Mayoral Election, May 13
There are several locations and opportunities to meet the candidates over the weeks before the elections. It is well worth your time to get to meet and talk to the candidates. Here are the opportunities we currently know about:
- New Jersey State Museum Auditorium,
205 West State Street
Wednesday, April 16, 2014 7-9 pm
Mayoral Forum on Arts, History, and Culture with multiple candidates.
Sponsored by the Trenton Cultural Resources Network with the participation of the Trenton Historical Society.
- African American Chamber of Commerce NJ, Luncheon
Lafayette Hotel & Conference Center, 1 West Lafayette Street
($35 for members, $45 for non-members)
Monday, April 28 11:30am to 3:30pm
Trenton Mayoral Candidates Forum
(register at the chamber’s web site: http://www.aaccnj.com )
Cadwalader Heights is a living architectural exhibit. Tudor, Georgian, Colonial Revival, and Craftsman style homes sit at the edge of nearby Cadwalader Park. Our 100+ year-old neighborhood is made up of a diverse group of people fostering a strong sense of community and mutual respect.
A History of Cadwalader Heights, written by architectural historian Glenn Modica, is a timeline of the people, planning, development, and building of Cadwalader Heights and is available for purchase online. Read an Excerpt.