(Rendering courtesy of Rosen & Johnson Architects)

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A 21st CENTURY SHOPPING CENTER? The Regional Planning Board has given the Princeton Shopping Center the go-ahead to proceed with significant physical overhaul of the aging facility. The three-year, phased project will include additional pathways through green areas, changes in landscaping and color schemes, and refurbished storefronts.

Shopping Center Getting a Facelift

Matthew Hersh

The Princeton Shopping Center is again due for a major physical overhaul.

Last Thursday the Regional Planning Board of Princeton gave the green light to the Shopping Center's management agent, the Manhattan-based George Comfort & Sons, to move forward with significant design changes to the interior and exterior of the facility, one of the first of its kind to have an internal courtyard as compared to the modern strip mall that faces the road with parking in front.

Historical Society Asks Planning Board to Okay Move to Countryside

Matthew Hersh

Making their case to relocate to new facilities on Quaker Road, representatives from the Historical Society of Princeton (HSP) went before the Regional Planning Board Thursday in an effort to outline plans for the site that will one day house the Society's administrative offices and reception facilities.

With Council Seat Filled for Now, the Question Is "What Happened?"

Matthew Hersh

When Kevin Wilkes announced last week that he would withdraw from the running for a vacant seat on Princeton Borough Council, the reason for his decision was clear-cut and inarguable because of a little known law pointed out to Borough Attorney Michael Herbert by Councilman David Goldfarb.