The great disparity in regulation between B&Bs and Airbnbs was not lost on several members of the Princeton Zoning Board as they discussed a recent B&B application.
Looking ahead, there’s no reason to think that 2017 will be a bad year for either commercial or residential real estate in Princeton.
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.
The Civil War Trust, a battlefield preservation group, will purchase almost 15 acres of land from the Institute for Advanced Study (IAS) in an effort to reduce the impact of a faculty housing development on the Princeton Battlefield State Park.
A slice of local and architectural history is on the market for $3.8 million.
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.
In what it considers a signature event, the Historical Society of Princeton’s November house tour “allows our organization to celebrate architecture and design in the homes of our supportive community.”
Katie Eastridge's new business home is one of the oldest remaining intact Georgian buildings in Princeton,
The Aquinas Institute’s former home at 65 Stockton Street is now being renovated by its new owners.
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?