(Photo by E.J. Greenblat)

NASSAU STREET LOSING A FAMILIAR FACE: Micawber Books, the Nassau Street mainstay for a quarter century, will close its doors in March 2007 as part of a major retail overhaul of that segment of Princeton Borough's Central Business District. Micawber owners and Princeton University officials announced Monday that Labyrinth Books, an independent franchise, will move into the space currently occupied by Foot Locker, and the U-Store will open a satellite apparel location in a portion of the Children's Place and Micawber's new books store by the fall of 2007. The University has purchased the lease of Micawber's used books outfit, but no tenant has yet been identified.

Micawber to Close as PU Crosses Nassau

Matthew Hersh

Micawber Books will close its doors this spring as Princeton University prepares to make the leap across Nassau Street to relocate its sales operations into the Central Business District, in a move that will also spell the end of two other current downtown retail locations.

PHCS Plans for Plainsboro; New Jersey Board to Hold Public Hearing at JWMS

Matthew Hersh

In what proved to be a busy week for Mercer County-area health care services, Princeton HealthCare System, the parent company of the University Medical Center at Princeton, further loosened its physical Princeton ties as it began its three-mile trek to a 158-acre tract in Plainsboro.

Partnerships Best Use of Public Funds Say Preservationists at First Forum

Linda Arntzenius

Representatives of grassroots, county and state preservation groups gathered in the Johnson Education Center last Thursday, November 30, to discuss ways of "Stretching Preservation Dollars."

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Krauszer's (State Road)
Speedy Mart (State Road)
Wawa (University Place)
Wild Oats
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