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Princeton, New Jersey is a 28-square-mile borough, home to more than 28,000 residents, six public schools and an ivy league university.

What’s in store for that once vacant space on Nassau Street?

A volunteer team sees Dohm Alley, located on Nassau Street, as a bustling site of formal and informal Princeton gatherings.

Landscaping in Princeton? Hold the water, please!

In Princeton, 400-square foot driveway or patio — classified as impervious along with wooden decks and other outside amenities — now requires a retention system.

Princeton real estate transactions

The following listings of residential home sales, which closed between March 1 and April 30, 2017, are based on public records and tax files.

Princeton Planning Board approves proposal to demolish Colonial-era building

The Planning Board unanimously approved a proposal to demolish the Colonial-era building at 203-205 Nassau Street, on the corner of Nassau and Charlton streets.

On the market: A ‘perfect house’ for the literary crowd

Poet Allen Tate and novelist Caroline Gordon bought a Ewing Street house in Princeton in 1956. It’s now for sale, listed at $849,000.

Princeton real estate transactions for May 2017

The following listings of residential home sales, which closed between May 1 and May 31, 2017, are based on public records and tax files.

At Robeson birthplace, history triumphs over economics

If you are a residential builder or developer you may have already looked at the property at the corner of Witherspoon and Green Street. It’s a fixer-upper, to say the least.

Creative zoning spares infamous Cleveland Lane home from wrecking ball

The house at 75 Cleveland in Princeton has a colorful past, but it took some creative zoning to prevent it from being a teardown.

Princeton Zoning Board Updates

Six applications were on the agenda at the Zoning Board’s regular meeting on July 26.

Princeton’s battle between historic preservation and urban insertion continues on Green Street

Will this historic designation be enough to reverse the decades-old trend of converting low and middle income housing into high-end commercial and residential properties?

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Princeton residential real estate transactions

The following listings of residential home sales, which closed between June 1 and 15, 2017, are based on public records and tax files.