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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.

A 21st century twist for 18th century homes: see Princeton’s “Green Oval” digital tours on...

The Historical Society of Princeton is turning to 21st-century technology to help preserve and share Princeton’s 18th-century history

History for sale on Winant Road in Princeton: Pyne Mansion on the market

What will $5 million buy you? Right now in Princeton it could buy the Pyne Mansion

Princeton Merchants Association: tech, pharma, finance are transforming real estate

As in any dynamic economy, there have been many changes in Princeton’s real estate market that will influence buyer’s decisions to reside or do business here

Zoning for the ‘missing middle’ of Princeton’s housing stock

A Princeton-based group of progressive activists is working to create housing specifically in price ranges affordable for those in the middle class or on fixed income.

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 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.

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.

Nassau Club: how his club became their club

Thirty one years ago a neighbor asked my husband, Toby, if he would like to join the Nassau Club. I wasn’t asked because women were not allowed as members.

A new downtown Princeton option for renters: Carnevale Plaza

If you are a longtime Princeton resident you might see a familiar face at the newest luxury apartment complex in town, Carnevale Plaza at 255 Nassau Street.

Princeton Theological Seminary in need of redevelopment? Yes, and it could be win-win

Proponents of “Non-Condemnation Area in Need of Redevelopment” say statutes provide welcome alternative to a normally cumbersome zoning process

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Kmart to close Hamilton location this year

Hamilton’s Kmart will be closing this fall, a victim of the chain’s troubled finances. The location at the intersection at Kuser Road and White Horse Avenue in Hamilton is one of four New Jersey stores in this round of shutterings.