Saturday, September 21, 2019

Princeton Real Estate

Princeton, New Jersey is a 28-square-mile borough, home to more than 28,000 residents, six public schools and an ivy league university.

Drawing up plans for new Princeton zoning rules

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.

Princeton Merchants Association: small town charm keeps businesses happy

The Princeton real estate market reflects the strength inherent in a region supported by several relatively stable global industries.

At Nelson Glass on Spring Street, a plan for six new apartments

Anyone concerned about housing in Princeton would prick up their ears at news of six new residential units.

Clarke Cottage: a colorful history where blue tarp meets red tape

Are there takeaways from the story of the Clarke Cottage? A tale of owning and renovating a home with history in Princeton.

Princeton Real Estate: Recent residential transactions from around town

The following listings of residential home sales, which closed between December 1 and 31, 2017, are based on public records and tax files.

Local agent elected president of Mercer Top Producers Association

Carole Tosches, a realtor with Berkshire Hathaway Fox & Roach Realtors in Princeton, has been elected president of the Mercer County Top Producers Association.

Weichert, Realtors’ Princeton office recognized with regional sales award

Joe McDonald, regional vice president of Weichert, Realtors, announced that the Princeton office was recognized for sales success in January.

Princeton residential real estate: recent transactions and market trends

The following listings of residential home sales, which closed between November 1 and 30, are based on public records and tax files.

Present Day Club: why her club is still her club

The stately home at the corner of Stockton Street and Library Place is more than another historic building in an historic part of town. The discreet brass plaque on the front door identifies it as the Present Day Club.

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.

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Opposition grows to affordable housing project in West Windsor

Residents showed up to a recent West Windsor Zoning Board meeting to oppose to a plan for a 400-plus unit affordable housing development.