All Saints School closed in 2007, then languished empty for several years before being purchased by New Jersey Community Capital. Financing for the project was secured from City National Bank and the N.J. Housing & Mortgage Finance Agency. Devino Architects and Associates provided all site plan, construction drawings and site supervision work. Black Dog Construction […]
Gerry Monigan: New Hope Notebook Change proposed for West End Click to enlarge Proposed restaurant and distillery for West End Farm. The latest project proposed by Frank Cretella’s Landmark Development is to convert West End Farm, across the street from Phillips’ Mill, into a distillery, tasting room and small restaurant. To that end, Landmark, which […]
Frank Cretella of Landmark Developers shares the secrets of a growing Hospitality Business and how he and his team have mastered the Art of Hospitality, Click on the Photo to read the full interview in Industry Magazine
A building that formerly housed a waterfront restaurant with spectacular river views will soon be re-imagined into a new event and eatery space, a welcome development that will fix up one of the few remaining Hurricane Sandy-damaged structures along Hudson county’s coastline.
Originally posted on February 17, 2016 by BucksLocalNews.com · Hotel du Village celebrates a grand reopening. Returning to Bucks County under the new ownership of Landmark Hospitality, Hotel du Village is poised to become one of Bucks County’s top venues for meetings, weddings and special events. This historic French country estate has been completely renovated […]
Originally posted on January 5, 2016 by Curbed.com A historic hotel in New Hope recently made even more history when it was bought for $5.6 million, making it the largest commercial real estate transaction in the borough’s recent history. New Jersey-based Landmark Hospitality announced yesterday that they bought the Logan Inn at 10 West Ferry […]
Originally posted on January 6, 2016 on Philly.com ew Hope’s historic Logan Inn has been purchased by Jersey City, N.J.-based Landmark Hospitality, which plans to restore and build additions to the building, according to Addison Wolfe Real Estate. Landmark paid $5.6 million for the inn, which opened in 1722 as a tavern and is listed […]
Originally posted on December 7, 2015 by NJMonthly.com As president and co-owner of seven premier eating establishments in three states, and more than 30 years of experience, Jeanne Cretella of Landmark Hospitality, Inc, was recently selected as the 2016 chairwoman of the board for the New Jersey Restaurant & Hospitality Association (NJRHA). Landmark Hospitality currently owns four […]
Originally posted on VillageGreenNJ.com on December 21, 2015 A new restaurant and a new beer garden are coming to South Orange in 2017, and we now know their names. Landmark Developers recently announced that it intends to turn the ground floor of historic South Orange Village Hall into “Village Hall Restaurant” as well as an indoor-outdoor beer garden […]
Frank Cretella, President of both Landmark Developers and Landmark Hospitality, appeared on this MSNBC segment about a topic he’s extremely familiar with – opening a restaurant business.