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- Electric-Scooter Rental Program Arrives on the Streets of New Brunswick
Monthly Archives: December 2013
Princeton University is planning to demolish graduate student housing at their Butler Apartments site on S Harrison Street, but not everybody thinks it’s a good idea. Writing in ‘The Daily Princetonian’, University Professor Anthony Grafton expressed disappointment that the University … Continue reading
Hi everybody- sorry to post again about our upcoming Happy Hour, but given the pretty substantial snow out there, we have decided that it’s for the best if we postpone tonight’s meet-up to next Monday, December 16. We’re going to … Continue reading
NOTE: Our meet-up has been rescheduled to Monday, December 16 because of the blizzard! Hope to see you then, and apologies if you made plans for tonight (12/10/13) This week Next Monday, we are hosting the third of our Walkable … Continue reading
We are going to hold our next Walkable Princeton get-together this coming Tuesday, December 10 at the Yankee Doodle Tap Room in downtown Princeton. Come join the WP team from 7 p.m. as we talk livability and walkability in Princeton! … Continue reading
Princeton Council recently voted to redirect $768,000 of grant money to new projects. The grant money was awarded by Mercer County in 2006 to install synthetic playing fields at Greenway Meadows park. Princeton has failed to even start the project, … Continue reading
This post is part of a series where we celebrate the many beautiful and characterful sights of Princeton, NJ. You can find previous entries in this series here and here or by searching our site for posts tagged ‘beautiful walkable Princeton’. We previously wrote … Continue reading
As Princeton University professors write letters criticizing the lack of suitable rental housing in Princeton, and affordable housing charities search for more opportunities to add housing for moderate-income families, some Princeton residents are organizing to block redevelopment of the old … Continue reading
You see an ordinary bench. We see an authentic miniature plaza. Highland Park, a half hour north of Princeton on NJ Route 27, is showing how to make great walkable places. Here’s why.