More than two million New Jersey residents are eligible to receive up to $1,500 in property tax relief under the state’s new Anchor property tax relief program. To be eligible for this benefit, you must have occupied your primary residence on Oct. 1st, 2019. You must also file, or be exempt from filling, New Jerey…
The event will be held at the public library from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Princeton resident James Bash created a time-lapse video of a large, 19th-century Victorian home at 110 Prospect Avenue being moved within the Prospect Avenue Historic District. The relocation took place in two parts on the mornings of Nov. 10 and 11. Princeton University will renovate and restore the building, along with the two neighboring houses…
The meeting will begin at 9 a.m.
The deadline to submit a comment is Sept. 16.
The character of Prospect Avenue, one of Princeton’s most iconic streets, will be protected under a new historic preservation ordinance. On Monday night, the Princeton Council voted unanimously to approve an ordinance that creates the new Prospect Avenue Historic District. All 21 of the buildings included in the district are either owned by Princeton University…
The construction project is expected to last 20 months.
People who want to attend the meeting can register in advance online.
Additional nighttime work will take place when the gas company replaces its main on Witherspoon Street beginning next week, lasting for two weeks.
Construction is expected to occur over about 26 months.
The advisory board plays an important role in development and provides the public with information about upcoming projects.
The meeting lasted until after midnight.
Officials have ot decided whether the meeting will be held via Zoom or in person.
The purchase will cost $8.8 million.
All three houses and the former eating club would be saved.
Letters – This Thursday night, the planning board will revisit a proposal to tear down historic homes on Prospect Avenue.
The discussion about the Franklin Avenue properties will now be held Oct. 7.
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,…
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