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
Owner-occupancy requirement at the heart of disagreement, rulings
Having stood vacant for some 30 years, the house at 20 Green Street appeared ripe for a tear-down. Then, Jeaninne and Robert Honstein quietly acquired the Princeton property.
The Alexander House, located on the Princeton Theological Seminary campus at 58 Mercer St., was constructed in 1819 for co-founder and first professor Archibald Alexander
Lanwin Development seeks to build 30 homes on part of a 90-acre tract it owns on the Princeton Ridge. The entrance to the development would be off Herrontown Road
Officials have been unable to shed much light on details of their plan at this point
The following listings of residential home sales are based on public records and tax files. The number in parentheses after the closing price indicates the amount it was above...
The final sales outcome for the 0.36-acre Beatty House property, located at the corner of Vandeventer Avenue and Park Place, appears to be one religious nonprofit and one new single family house.
Proponents of “Non-Condemnation Area in Need of Redevelopment” say statutes provide welcome alternative to a normally cumbersome zoning process
If there’s one thing that Princeton homeowners complain about (after taxes, of course) it’s zoning. When you want to make a small improvement to your house, it often requires some sort of variance from the zoning board.