Robbinsville, NJ has approved a new 64-unit apartment complex to add to its ‘Town Center’ development.The original ‘Town Center’ was a mixed-use development, specifically designed so that residents could walk to stores and businesses. It included a mix of apartments, townhomes and houses at different price points, and won a ‘Smart Growth’ award from NJ Future in 2010.
The new apartments will be at the ‘Town Center South’ site, next to the original development. The homes will provide a further housing option for residents in Robbinsville, where the population has tripled in the last 20 years. Every day, 316 people commute to jobs in Princeton from their residences in Robbinsville, according to American Community Survey statistics. The township, which is 12 miles south of Princeton, has a high proportion of young families, and a median household income of $71,377. A new 20-acre park is also planned for the Town Center South development.
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