An Atlantic City fire station about to turn 100 has been recommended for a $750,000 preservation grant from the New Jersey Historic Trust, reports Breaking AC.
If approved, the city will then match the grant, putting a total of $1.5 million toward the preservation efforts. While renovations are performed, the project plans would not require the companies to relocate while the work is done.
The fire station was originally designed to accommodate horse-drawn fire engines. The original stable building remains on the property.