If You Can Pay to Move It, You Can Have an Alexander Street House

Some of the homes on Alexander Street that will be demolished to make way for Princeton University's arts and transit project.
Some homes along Alexander Street are slated to be demolished this year  for Princeton University’s arts and transit project.

Several buildings owned by Princeton University along Alexander Street in Princeton are scheduled to be demolished this spring to make way for the University’s new $330 million Arts and Transit Project.

The University is offering to let people relocate the buildings before construction begins later this year. The buildings  are located from #106 to 194 Alexander Street (with the exception of #156, which is not owned by the University). The University is making the buildings available to people who are willing to relocate, at their own expense, one or more of the structures prior to the start of construction.

For more information, please call the Princeton University Office of Community and Regional Affairs at (609) 258-3204 or pucra@princeton.edu.