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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.

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 residential real estate recent transactions

The following listings of residential home sales are based on public records and tax files between January 1 and February 28, 2018.

Princeton real estate recent transactions

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 or below the original listing price.

Tour historic Princeton houses with a theological twist

The Historical Society of Princeton’s annual house tour returns on November 3. The homes are notable for their unexpected helping of religious history.

February Princeton Zoning Board update

The Zoning Board approved three applications on its February 22 agenda.

Princeton real estate: new year, new construction

For all the talk of Princeton’s stately historic homes, new construction abounds throughout the town, all with price tags of $1 million and up.

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 Open Houses: what’s for show Sunday, Jan. 14?

The following open houses are scheduled to take place in Princeton on Sunday, Jan. 14.

An out-of-the-box proposal to save Westminster Choir College

Some out-of-the-box thinking has evolved that would enable the town to buy the Westminster Choir College, and partially underwrite the cost by selling the Valley Road school to a private developer.

Old building, new density

Nearly three years ago, when a group of Princeton investors presented a plan for converting the old Masonic Temple building on Maclean Street into a multi-unit apartment building, concerns were raised at the Zoning Board about the effect the proposed residences would have on the density of the John-Witherspoon neighborhood of which it is a part.

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