Luxury retailer Hermès Paris has signed a lease to open a store at 17 Palmer Square. The 6,155-square-foot store is expected to open in the fall of 2023. Established in 1837, the French luxury goods manufacturer specializes in making leather goods, accessories, home furnishings, perfume, jewelry, watches, and ready-to-wear clothing. The family-owned company, which keeps…
The grand opening is slated for Sept. 18.
Architect J. Robert Hillier has sold the Copperwood apartment complex he designed and developed on Bunn Drive in Princeton to a New Jersey-based real estate company. According to public records, the property was sold for $70 million to Copperwood Associates, which is part of Shamco Management, a privately held real estate management firm that buys,…
The partnership is part of the university’s supplier diversity initiative.
The task force plans to bring recommendations to the council in the near future.
Warby Parker, the eyeglass brand that pioneered the direct-to-consumer, buy-one-give-one business model, will be opening a new store in Princeton on Saturday, July 17. Based in New York, the company that was founded by four Wharton School graduates in 2010 is known for its modern and vintage-inspired eyewear with prescription lenses for $95, and the…
Indoor and outdoor seating are available at the bakery and eatery.
We will be accepting t-shirt preorders for a week. All profits will fund interns and freelancers at Planet Princeton.
New Jersey has recovered 403,000 jobs, or about 56 percent of the jobs lost in March and April of 2020, according to new data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. The largest gains in the private sector of the state’s economy, with 12,600 new jobs added. The state’s unemployment rate fell by 0.3 percentage…
The bag giveaway will be held Tuesday morning at the West Windsor McCaffrey’s.
Free concerts will be held at Small World Coffee on Witherspoon Street every Saturday evening.
Starbucks and other new tenants are slated to open at the shopping center this year.
In 2013, NRG was awarded $37.5 million in tax incentives by the state’s Economic Development Authority to move less than a mile across the highway to the new facility on the southbound side.
In 2011, Capital Health shut down its 650,000-square-foot Mercer hospital campus on Bellevue Avenue in Trenton and moved to the suburbs, opening a new hospital in Hopewell Township.
The Princeton Council is slated to discuss the issue at a Zoom meeting at 7 p.m. on Monday night.
The new events venue and catering space on Carter Road was originally slated to open in 2017.
James Demetriades replaced Barry Rabner, who served as President and CEO of the healthcare system since 2002.
The change will take place effective May 1.