The town of Princeton is considering making an offer to purchase the property on Witherspoon Street that belonged to Chauncey Meyer for affordable housing, sources say.
Last year, Meyer died at the age of 91. The Princeton native worked at the public library for more than three decades. Her estate is still being sorted out. The property for sale, which is now office space, is located at 201 and 205 Witherspoon Street. The asking price is $1.6 million.
The Princeton Council will hold a closed session meeting tonight before the regular session. One of the items on the agenda is a potential property acquisition.