The Court Clubhouse would be moved across the street where the three homes are located.
The application is set to be reviewed again on July 1.
A former duplex would be replaced with a triplex.
The 60-acre site would include 379 apartments.
Under the agreement, AvalonBay will be exempt from paying taxes for the land and the improvements for 30 years. AvalonBay will instead pay the town an “annual service charge” or payment in lieu of taxes.
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.
The study is expected to be completed by the end of the year. Stakeholder meetings will begin this month, and NJ Transit will also hold community forums.
People would be connected with social services and nonprofit organizations at the community center.
The meeting is being rescheduled for later this month.
The designation allows the town and the property owner to dispense with current zoning. Once the designation for a neighborhood is approved by Council, it isn’t going away.
Prices for apartments range from about $2,145 to $3,615 per month.
A test showed that the direction can’t be reversed because of sight line problems.
At some point this year, the school board will discuss whether to have another bond referendum.
The facility will be under construction until April of 2023.
Princeton Junior School, a private school located in Lawrenceville near the border of Princeton that emphasizes experiential, hands-on learning, has expanded its campus and will begin accepting sixth graders for the fall of 2021. The school, which has been open for in-person learning since Sept. 1, was able to purchase 3.2 acres of additional land…
The active farm was purchased from the estate of Marie Abrahamsen in December for $2 million.
Former Councilwoman Jenny Crumiller said she only skimmed the document and did not realize the loophole was added to weaken the affordable housing requirement.