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 at 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. Inspired by architect Thomas Stapleton’s original Colonial Revival design for Palmer Square, Minno & Wasko Architects and Planners of Lambertville, NJ helped make the vision a reality by designing a number of distinctive elevations that complement the brick, Federal-style exteriors and Colonial-era structures of the immediate Palmer Square environment. Many years of thoughtful planning have gone into creating the optimal balance of architectural styles and commercial and residential uses.
The luxury and convenience of The Residences at Palmer Square can be experienced through the maintenance-free lifestyle as well as the highest level of amenities, including indoor parking, private elevators, lushly landscaped promenades, private courtyards and concierge services. The homes feature soaring ceiling heights, gourmet kitchens with top-of-the-line appliances and granite countertops, luxurious master bathrooms, hardwood flooring, tray ceilings, elegant crown molding and fireplaces with marble hearths.
The new homes, which are available for immediate occupancy, are located in the community’s first phase of residences which is comprised of 11 two- and three-bedroom townhomes ranging from 2,622 to 3,084 square feet, and 16 two- and three-bedroom flats ranging from 1,623 to 3,195 square feet. The townhomes are priced from $1,775,000 to $2,195,000, and the flats are priced from $1,230,000 to $2,555,000.
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