On August 14, 2004, The Frenchtown NJ Blog featured an article “Real Estate and Real Gentrification” that suggested that Dorsey Reading should receive an award for his remake of the former eyesore of the Kirschner Building on Race Street next to the National Hotel.
On April 28, 2005, that suggestion came to fruition. Dorsey was presented with The Donald B. Jones Award at the Hunterdon County Planning Board’s 15th Annual Planning and Design Awards Program. He also received a Citation from the New Jersey State Senate for his work at the awards dinner.
Frenchtowner.com, The Frenchtown Business and Professional Association, as well as all of Frenchtown would like to congratulate Mr. Reading on this recognition of his incredible work in making Frenchtown a better place to live.