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Category Archives: Beautiful Walkable Princeton
There has been a firehouse on Chestnut Street since the former Borough built one there in 1879 (at a cost of $2,184). The present Engine No.1 firehouse dates from 1949. It was originally supposed to be at the corner of … 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 ‘beautiful walkable Princeton’. Princeton’s Barbara Smoyer Park is … Continue reading
Princeton Council, led by Mayor Liz Lempert has written to local Congressman Rush Holt to express concern over USPS plans to sell the historic Princeton Post Office in Palmer Square, pictured above. USPS, faced with declining revenues, is aiming to … 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 the blog for ‘beautiful walkable Princeton’.
This post is part of a series where we invite readers from our Facebook page to identify scenic and interesting locations around Princeton, NJ. You can find earlier entries here and here. One of the great things about Princeton is … Continue reading
The Paul Robeson Center for the Arts is located in Princeton, kitty-corner to the Princeton Public Library at the junction of Witherspoon St and Paul Robeson Pl. The building, which is itself a work of art, was designed by local architect … Continue reading