• 101-107 S. Warren St.
  • Trenton, NJ 08608
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  • Project Date: circa 1810

“For almost two centuries, the building at the southwest corner of Front and Warren Streets stood as an important commercial establishment. When built, it was one of the largest structures in town. It has been the home to the Golden Swan Tavern, the Sign of the Swan, the Swan Inn and Mechanics Hall. In addition to taverns, the building at one time housed The Daily True American. Later uses included an upholstery business, a furniture store, a tinsmith shop, and from 1921 until the 1990s the Caola locksmith business.” – Trenton Historical Society



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