Monthly Archives: March 2023

More Details About Proposed ‘Sakrid Coffee’ Roastery and Coffee Shop on Witherspoon Street

Earlier this year, a report from the Princeton Zoning Officer noted that Sakrid Coffee was operating a coffee shop at 300 Witherspoon St, the old ‘Princeton Packet’ building (Report: “‘TigerLabs’ Relocating To Witherspoon Street“). At the time, it was not obvious … Continue reading

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Princeton Township Mistakenly Built Town Hall On Preserved Open Space

Princeton is well known as a town that appreciates open space, to the extent that 27% of the town is made up of preserved land. Extraordinarily, however, it seems that the town hall for the old Princeton Township was constructed … Continue reading

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New Map of Princeton Parks and Open Spaces Released

The town of Princeton has acquired large amounts of open space in recent years, but until very recently, there was no publicly-accessible map of protected lands. Speaking to the Princeton Environmental Commission on Feb 22, municipal open space manager Cindy … Continue reading

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