New residential construction nearing completion in Princeton

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Thursday, March 6, 2014

The view from Paul Robeson Place and John Street shows new homes for the families of Princeton University faculty and staff rising where Merwick Care Center once stood.

On the other side of town, alongside Lake Carnegie, the University’s newly built apartments and townhomes for graduate students are scheduled to be ready this summer.

And on Bunn Drive, surrounded by a preserved forest that is part of the 200-acre Princeton Ridge Preservation, Copperwood, Princeton’s first market-rate senior housing development, is almost ready to be occupied.

With the sale of its first fully-furnished town home model, Palmer Square Management has unveiled a second to introduce the public to The Residences at Palmer Square’s varied living alternatives, luxury, and design.

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