Edgar Palmer’s Vision of Princeton, 75 Years Later

via Jessica Vilotti/Aspire

A vision that began in the 1930s by Edgar Palmer, was to build a vibrant, European Style town square in the heart of Princeton that would include shops, restaurants and residences as a complement to Princeton University is in its final stages of completion.

A venture 75 years in the making is culminating with the introduction of new, limited-edition townhomes and flats that are now available for purchase at The Residences at Palmer Square.

The Residences of Palmer Square marks the coming of age of a project whose foundations were laid during the Great Depression and over the years has blossomed into one of the finest examples of a commercial downtown.

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