Princeton New Jersey is known by many as it is home to Princeton University. Due to this fact it is sometimes referred to as a college town yet it is home to numerous other colleges, companies and corporations that are well known across our nation.
Princeton was historically made up of two municipalities, both a township and a borough. The original separation was due primarily to school taxes, but as of 2013 they have united into a single Princeton. Despite the separation, there has always been a strong sense of community in Princeton and in 2005 it was ranked 15th by Money Magazine as one of the top 100 towns in the U.S. to live and work.
Located equidistant from New York City and Philadelphia, Princeton offers its residents easy access to public transit and major roadways. Additionally, the affluent town is chock full of lovely neighborhoods with many historic properties.
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