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Groundbreaking celebration kicks-off restoration of New Jersey’s historic Natirar Mansion


Revitalized luxury event center including new ballroom set for June 2017 debut

Peapack-Gladstone, NJ – Oct. 5, 2016 – Local leaders and influencers gathered at Natirar in the Somerset Hills of New Jersey on Sept. 28, 2016 to ceremoniously launch a large-scale renovation initiative for the historic mansion. The restoration project will return the 1912 Tudor to its original grandeur, complemented by a new ballroom event center. Set to debut June 2017, Natirar’s transformation will make it the region’s most exclusive retreat for weddings, galas and important meetings.


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  1. Set within a 500-acre estate in New Jersey’s Somerset Hills, Natirar Mansion is undergoing a full-scale restoration that will include the addition of a new ballroom event center, set to debut June 2017.
  2. Natirar Founder Bob Wojtowicz welcomes local New Jersey dignitaries to the mansion, including from left, Mayor William Muller of Peapack and Gladstone and Mayor Paul Vallone of Far Hills.

About Natirar
Natirar is one of the country’s most bucolic retreats, set on a 500-acre estate in New Jersey’s Somerset Hills. In 2017 a complete renovation to the historic Natirar Mansion will be complete, including restoration to the 1912 Tudor and the addition of a new ballroom event facility, ideal for galas, weddings and exclusive meetings. Natirar already boasts one of New Jersey’s most acclaimed restaurants, Ninety Acres, built in the estate’s restored carriage house, which includes a cooking school, a private club and a 12-acre farm. Secluded, yet easily accessible, the Natirar estate is less than an hour from New York City and 90 minutes from Philadelphia.

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Media Contacts:
Patricia Nugent / Jacqueline Dugas
Eric Mower + Associates
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Patricia Nugent
Eric Mower + Associates

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