Monthly Archives: August 2013

Wayfaring Signs: A No-Brainer For Increasing Walkability

This week, Walkable Princeton is running stories from our recent overseas vacation, focusing on how other towns have found solutions to favor walkability. Previous posts in this series are here and here. Our regular local content is back after Labor Day. Sometimes … Continue reading

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Exploring Sweden’s Walkable Answer To Princeton

This week, Walkable Princeton is running stories from our recent overseas vacation, focusing on how other towns have found solutions to favor walkability. Previous posts in this series are here, here and here. Our regular local content is back after Labor Day. To … Continue reading

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No Grocery Shop Too Large For The Cargo Bike

This week, Walkable Princeton is running some stories from our recent overseas vacation. Previous posts in this series are here and here. Our regular local content is back after Labor Day. If you want to live a ‘green’ lifestyle, or if you … Continue reading

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Walkable Shopping In Brighton, England

This week, Walkable Princeton is running some stories from our recent overseas vacation, about towns with walkable ideas that might be relevant to life in Princeton. Previous posts in this series are here. Our regular local content is back after … Continue reading

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Postcard From Walkable [Old] York!

Summer vacations can be a great opportunity to check out some different places and see how they compare to our home town, Princeton. While attending a friend’s wedding in York, England, the sense of history was everywhere. Founded in AD … Continue reading

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Who Is Redevelopment For?

Stephen Danley at nextcity.org makes a resonant point about the risk that redevelopment can pass local residents by. In his case, he wants to talk about….Camden. Have you ever spent any time in Camden? Are you familiar with its attractive … Continue reading

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Is That A Good Deal? ‘Fabulous-Newly Renovated’

As part of an occasional series where we cast an eye over the Princeton, NJ rental and real estate market, we invite you to comment on a local listing that we have pulled more or less at random off Craigslist. … Continue reading

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