Ani Ramen Opens Their New Princeton Restaurant
Ani Ramen opened their seventh New Jersey location in one of the Garden State’s prominent college towns, Princeton.
Study Ranks Fair Lawn, Princeton Among America’s Top 20 Small Cities
Fair Lawn and Princeton ranked well for education, health, and safety, while Paramus and Hoboken also registered high marks among America’s small cities.
Can Architecture Foster Diversity and Inclusivity? Princeton Thinks New Residential Colleges Can
Princeton University is leveraging design and architecture to boost inclusion and diversity and help it shed its blue-blood reputation.
Following Sale, Two Princeton Office Buildings Slated for Residential Conversion
The two buildings which span over 110,000 square feet and sit on more than 15 acres are set to be converted into rental apartments.
Princeton University Seeks Approval for Graduate Student Housing in West Windsor
The Ivy League school is moving forward with plans for its Lake Campus in West Windsor Township.
Princeton University Looks to Move Forward with Expanding Campus into West Windsor
A hearing has been scheduled regarding the first phase of Princeton University’s proposed “Lake Campus South.”
Hearing Scheduled for Proposal to Build 144 Apartments Near Princeton Junction Train Station
Four buildings with 144 units, including 29 “affordable” units, could come to a site close to the Princeton Junction commuter rail stop in West Windsor Township as part of the “400 Steps” proposal. The application is scheduled to be heard Wednesday, January 13.
‘Duck Pond’ Complex With 22 Residential Buildings Planned Off Route 1 in West Windsor
A large complex with 360 residential units, including 100 “affordable” units, is envisioned for a property off of Route 1 in Mercer County.
656 Apartments, Hotel, and Retail Space Proposed Near Route 1 in West Windsor
A company associated with Mack-Cali is seeking approval for a project that could bring more than 650 apartments, a hotel, and more off of Route 1 near Princeton.
Two NYC Transplants Open The Meeting House in Princeton
Two former bar owners from Manhattan just opened a contemporary American restaurant in Princeton, where they now call home.