(Rendering courtesy of Minno & Wasko Architects and Planners)

PALMER SQUARE DEVELOPMENT MOVES FORWARD: A proposal to build 100 residential units in seven buildings on undeveloped land along Paul Robeson Place received a recommendation for approval last Wednesday by an advisory board of the Regional Planning Board of Princeton. The plan, which still has some outstanding parking concerns, will likely by heard by the full Planning Board sometime later this year. Palmer Square representatives have indicated that a groundbreaking could take place by the spring of 2007.

Palmer Development Gets a Nod

Matthew Hersh

An advisory wing of the Regional Planning Board of Princeton has recommended approval for a housing development on Palmer Square along Paul Robeson Place, a plan that has been more than 16 years in the making.

Density and Use Top Council Concerns for Hospital Zoning

Matthew Hersh

The question of how current hospital-occupied land on Witherspoon Street will be rezoned once the University Medical Center at Princeton leaves for Plainsboro took center stage last week as Borough Council began exploring potential future uses of 12 prime acres in the heart of Princeton.

Township, Developer, See Late Summer for Senior Housing Groundbreaking

Matthew Hersh

"Four Seasons," an age-restricted housing development granted approval in October 2005 by the Regional Planning Board of Princeton, is expected to have a summer groundbreaking, amid environmental concerns related to bedrock that lies underneath the 20.9-acre site, which also straddles a major pipeline.