By Anne Levin
At a Community Roundtable held by the municipality to discuss the redevelopment of a tract that formerly included Princeton Theological Seminary housing and administrative offices, it became clear that the future of the five-acre site is of concern not only to residents of the surrounding neighborhood, but to those living in other areas of Princeton as well.
Some 80 people attended the gathering about the former Tennent-Roberts-Whiteley campus at Witherspoon Hall on Saturday morning, May 6. Several spoke in favor of affordable housing on the site, with many who live near the property requesting that the architecture of the neighborhood, which includes many historic buildings, be respected in the process.
Referred to as the “contract purchaser,” Princeton-based developer Jamie Herring was present at the meeting, but did not speak. more