Two former bar owners from Manhattan just opened a contemporary American restaurant in Princeton, where they now call home.
Located on over 4.5 acres in Princeton, this home is part new construction and part mid-century renovation.
An original Marcel Breuer, the Lauck House was modeled after a home Breuer designed for an exhibit commissioned by MoMA about Modern Architecture when many American families were moving to the suburbs.
This time capsule from the 80s features a heavily-mirrored bathroom, party shower, and dramatic catwalk.
The home, originally designed in 1925, has been beautifully restored.
Luxury apartments, with some designated as affordable, plus amenities and parking are proposed for the vacant lot adjacent to the seminary.
Home to one of America’s most prestigious educational institutions, Princeton also is a regional shopping, dining, entertainment, outdoors, and historical destination.
The famous pizzeria will be opening five outposts in New Jersey next year, including two spots just a quick PATH ride away from their original location.
Spend a Saturday afternoon wandering through an impeccably curated collection of historic houses in Princeton.
The Jersey Shore chain is opening its latest locations in college towns in North and Central Jersey.
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