Restoration Hardware Plans to Convert Historic Mansion in New Jersey Into Store, Restaurant

by Alex Patton

MORRISTOWN, N.J. — Restoration Hardware (RH) has unveiled plans to transform the 42-room Alnwick Hall mansion in Morristown, a western suburb of New York City, into an upscale home improvement store, restaurant and wine bar. The renaissance revival-style mansion was built in 1904 and modeled after a 16th-century British manor. The Morris Township Committee designated the property, which has been vacant for several years, as a non-condemned area in need of redevelopment in 2018. Next steps include receiving project approval from a local planning board, officially naming RH as the developer and establishing a construction schedule.

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