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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.

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.

Princeton Zoning Board Updates

The Zoning Board Of Adjustment had three applications scheduled to be heard at its April 26 meeting.

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.

More Princeton apartments, lower prices (maybe)

At a time when some real estate agents are forecasting a soft market for rental units in town, the leasing office for Avalon Princeton is surprisingly upbeat.

Princeton real estate transactions

The following listings of residential home sales, which closed between December 15 and January 19, are based on public records and tax files.

Princeton Merchants Association: What’s in store for Princeton real estate?

Looking ahead, there’s no reason to think that 2017 will be a bad year for either commercial or residential real estate in Princeton.

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 Real Estate: No room for the inn

The Zoning Board issued a rare rejection at its January 25 meeting, turning down a use variance to allow a bed and breakfast in a residential neighborhood.

Princeton real estate guide: The Aquinas Institute

The Aquinas Institute’s former home at 65 Stockton Street is now being renovated by its new owners.

Princeton real estate transactions

The following listings of residential home sales, which closed between December 1 and 16, 2016, are based on public records and tax files.

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Princeton Arts: The boss is in town

It’s unofficially official: Bruce Springsteen has taken over Princeton.