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New construction of twenty three apartments, located adjacent to Princeton University’s campus at 255 Nassau Street, is nearing completion with expected occupancy to begin this spring. The Residences at Carnevale Plaza features onsite reserved or open permit parking, at least one

Elephant in the Room Design was voted ‘Best Furniture Store’ by Town Topics readers! The showroom, located in Princeton North Shopping Center, offers a fresh take on consignment. Owner and Designer, Cynthia Johnson, combines carefully curated consignment pieces with new,

The Princeton Region has long attracted residents and companies alike. Our thriving economy, commercial activity, rich cultural scene, and ideal geographic location between Philadelphia and New York City, and long standing partnership with the prestigious Princeton University, makes the Princeton

ACROYOGA COMES TO PRINCETON WITH THE HELP OF PRINCETON INTEGRAL YOGA COMMUNITY CENTER (Princeton IYCC) ON AUGUST 5TH Princeton, New Jersey, August 1st, 2017 – The non-profit Princeton Integral Yoga Community Center (IYCC) ended the month of July as Lululemon Princeton’s Studio-of-the-Month

Ware Malcomb, an award-winning international design firm, today announced that its Princeton, New Jersey office has relocated to a new larger location at 188 Nassau Street, 2nd Floor, Suite 1 in Princeton. The move accommodates the firm’s growing client and

On June 16, D&R Greenway Land Trust presented Botanist and Rider University Biology Professor Emeritus Mary Allessio Leck with the Donald B. Jones Conservation Award. Dr. Leck has devoted more than four decades to the preservation of what is now

Cafe Improv happens on the fourth Saturday of every month at 7pm. Attendees can expect an evening of exciting local music, poetry and comedy. For a list of performers, to register to play and for more information visit cafeimprov.com. On

D&R Greenway Land Trust is exhibiting Bird Woman of the Sourlands–Hannah Suthers Bird Banding by Princeton Day School student Erica Walsh. Dramatic black-and-white close-up portraits of Hannah Suthers and her legendary bird-banding process were made by this PDS senior, and