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To the Editor:
Bring State Regs
Into 21st Century
Richard K . Rein
Editor
D iccon Hy att
Business Editor
munications market that exists today while maintaining important
consumer protections and oversight.
Critics can’t deny that the communications market has changed.
Consumers and businesses alike
ecause New Jersey’s regu- have more affordable options for
latory policy has not kept pace with service than ever before. It simply
all of the competitive and techno- does not make sense to prevent Velogical changes that have taken rizon from having some of the
same freedoms as their
place in the communicado — espetions market over the
Between competitors
cially if the state wants
last decade, New Jersey
The
Verizon to continue inregulators are taking the
vesting here.
steps to reclassify cerLines
The board should
tain Verizon services as
move
forward without
competitive.
As a business advocacy organi- any hesitation. The business comzation representing over 1,100 munity in the greater Princeton recompanies in central New Jersey, gion is certainly backing them.
P eter C rowley
we are pleased the state is finally
taking the necessary steps to bring President & CEO, Princeton
New Jersey’s regulatory policy in- Regional Chamber of Commerce
to the 21st century. We believe consumers and businesses throughout
the Princeton region will benefit
from a regulatory environment that
promotes competition, investment
and technological innovation fairly
e would be remiss if I did
among all providers.
not take a moment to acknowledge
However, misinformation is be- everyone who joined us at the Nasing spread by certain special inter- sau Inn on April 24th for our annual
ests that seek to dissuade the Board Stand Against Racism, especially
of Public Utilities (BPU) from ap- Mercer County Executive Brian
proving the resolution of a reclas- Hughes, Princeton Mayor Liz
sification proceeding that has been Lempert, and Trenton Mayor Eric
pending for almost four years. De- Jackson.
spite how some are spinning this
Our goal was to allow YWCApending reclassification, the BPU USA to make our Stand a signature
is not deregulating the phone in- program to affect systemic change
dustry. The board is simply reclas- on the national level. We reached
sifying certain services to reflect our goal when more than 300,000
the robust and competitive com- people answered our call to action
to end racial profiling. Concurrently, we worked to stay true to our local efforts. As the signage throughU.S. 1 WELCOMES letout Princeton so well states: We
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CASA’s Superheroes
say that 60 is the new 40, but I don’t
buy it. The goal is really contentment. If you can wake up every day
Continued from page 2
and feel content, I think that’s sucn April 25 CASA for ChilOur Town” for their awesome
cess.”
dren of Mercer and Burlington
work in this regard. We also acI n transition. The life of
Counties held its third CASA Kids
knowledge the Princeton Public
70-year-old John George offers an
Superhero 5K, and eighth overall
Library and the Princeton Departideal example of what he’s trying to
at the Princeton Pike Corporate
ment of Human Services for playhelp retirees do. Born and raised in
Center. The event raised over
ing key roles. Special thanks to the
New York City to “a whole family
$44,000 for the organization.
Nassau Inn for its hospitality.
of artists,” George began life after
Nearly 250 participated in the
Here in Princeton, our impact is
high school as a graphic designer.
USATF-certified 5k or the 1-mile
as relevant as ever. Did you know
ediTOR:
And he succeeded in the field, but
Fun Run, including nearly 20
we were recently named by the
diccOn hYaTT
after five or six years, he got “the
teams. Top individual runners were
New Jersey Department of Educaitch,” he says, to help people in a
dhy at [email protected]
Ethan Seltzer of Manalapan (fasttion as the first non-profit to be cersubstantial way.
est male) and Courtney Burke of
tified as a High School EquivalenGeorge then went to college to
Dallas, Texas (fastest female).
cy Testing Center? The DepartThursday , M ay 28
study clinical psychology. He
Winning this year’s Lawyers’
ment’s clearly identified need
earned his bachelor’s from ColumChallenge was Fox Rothschild,
caused us to work diligently to
bia and his Ph.D. from Adelphi, doending Stark & Stark’s two-year
make this happen. Beginning July
ing his post-doctoral work at NYU.
hold on the lawyers’ trophy.
10, we will administer the HiSET
He opened his practice in New
Our recurring race motto has
Test (developed by ETS) in both
York City and, later, Poughkeepsie,
been and is “all children need heEnglish and Spanish.
where he spent 30 years counseling
roes and all abused and neglected
Education is the most effective
bout 135 years ago, retire- patients.
children need Superheroes,” which
way to respond to racism, inequal“Family reasons” brought him
ment
age
was set at 65, which may
also describes the amazing volunity, poverty, and the social divide
to
Princeton, where he now lives,
teer advocates so dedicated to the have been a bit ambitious, consid- and where he spent a year and a half
that is escalating police-related viering
that
by
1900,
life
expectancy
children that they serve.
olence. Our message is bold and
in retirement before “the itch”
The mission of CASA for Chil- for American men was 43 (48 for struck him again. George started
consistent: society’s challenges are
dren of Mercer and Burlington women.). For those who did make
challenges to all of humanity. Our
n behalf of the Mercer Counties is to train and supervise it to retirement age, the concept volunteering at PSRC (which he
leadership represents a confident,
does not shy away from raving
iconic constituency of women and Street Friends Food Bank, I extend community volunteers, appointed was simple — ride out the clock for about), helping those who just let
families who are committed to in- our heartfelt appreciation to letter by the Family Court, to advocate the year or two you have left and go of their careers figure out what
clusivity, while modeling justice, carriers in our area for participat- for the best interests of children don’t let the Pearly Gates hit you on to do next. Before long, he reing in the Stamp Out Hunger Food who have been removed from their the way through.
dignity and peace.
People hitting retirement age to- opened his practice, part-time, speWe know what real change Drive on May 9 and picking up the homes due to abuse and/ or neglect.
day
(which is 67 for anyone born cializing in helping those in transidonations
left
at
mailboxes
along
The volunteers strive to ensure the
looks like. We are fearless in our eftion get through the dangerous
emotional, physical and education- since 1960), however, have 20, 30 middle-ground temptations to eiforts to see real change, here in their routes.
years
in
them,
says
o
J
h
n
G
eorge,
Food
collected
by
members
of
al well-being of these children
Princeton and beyond.
the National Association of Letter while they reside in foster homes or an expert on (and practitioner of) ther backslide into the familiar-butJu dith H utton Carriers Branch 268 (Princeton
unappealing or fast-forward into
residential facilities. The ultimate encore careers through the Princeexciting-but-not-clearlyCEO, YWCA Princeton
postal area) and Branch 380 (Tren- goal of these volunteers is to help ton Senior Resource Center and his the
thought-out.
ton postal area) has all been brought establish a safe, stable and perma- own psychology practice. This lonThe example for others comes
gevity demands that people find a
to the Mercer Street Friends Food nent home for each child served.
through how George handled his
way
to
make
the
golden
years
Bank. We are busy sorting, boxing
Huge thanks are due to our maand getting the food into the com- ny loyal sponsors: Mathematica count, because if one day is a long own transition. At first, he bought
munity and to people who face and 1WorldSync at the Ironman time when you have nothing to do, into the idea that he was retired, so
he should just kinda bop around doecent events have brought food hardships and hunger.
level; Fox Rothschild, PSE&G, imagine how hard nine or ten thou- ing whatever. But that wasn’t for
to light the unfortunate, prevalent,
Stamp Out Hunger is the Food and Wells Fargo Advisors at the sand days of nothing is going to be.
and detrimental racism which ex- Bank’s largest food drive and takes Batman level; Bracco Diagnostics,
George will present “Encore Ca- him. George needed purpose. He
ists in our country. It is often easy place at a time when we are tradi- Diversified Rack & Shelving, reers: Combining Passion, Purpose needed to feel connected. And he
to feel detached from the incidents tionally low on food. Summertime HDR, Innovit, Investors Bank, M and Paycheck,” a free workshop needed to help others he was sure
in Ferguson, New York, and Balti- is also when we see the greatest de- Financial, Nass-Tech Mechanical, through the PSRC, on Thursday, were wrestling with the same debate of whether to listen to what
more, but the Urban Congo perfor- mand for food assistance.
Novo Nordisk, Prism Properties, May 28, at 7 p.m. at Princeton Pubmance (when Princeton University
When school is out, children Santander Bank, Stark & Stark, lic Library. Visit princetonlibrary. people tell you that you should
want or do what
athletes mocked African culture) who rely on free and reduced-price Szaferman Lakind, and TD Bank at org.
makes you hapdemonstrated there is so much school meals no longer have access the Spiderman level; and Princeton
The idea of
py and content.
work to be done within our own to school breakfast and lunch and Sports and Family Medicine, finding your Act
Too much ab out what
town as well.
II career is not
R etirement
family food budgets are often which served as the EMS sponsor.
to do in the retirement
Groups such as Not in Our Town stretched to the breaking point,
by the numFunded by H&H Appliances, George’s baby,
y ears, counselor
(niotprinceton.org), on which I putting the children at risk for fur- WPST broadcast from the race site and he is quick to
bers. Even if
serve as the first youth board mem- To:
John G eorge say s,
you hate your
ther___________________________
food insecurity. Even a short on race day. In addition to dozens give credit where
ber, are actively fighting against period of undernourishment can of dedicated volunteers who helped credit is due.
job and can’t
f ocuses on b eing proracism in Princeton. Not in Our From:
_________________________
DateGeorge
& Time:
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wait to retire,
have harmful
effects on children’s out in a variety of ways on race day,
ductive, on work.
Town’s goal is “that Princeton will health and learning.
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pay special attention to the following:
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and their ofand
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tent, no matter what
board members as they advocate families.
likes
of
Richard
tions:
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tic face
(Your check
mark will tell us
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okay)for children and
for justice, equality, and peace.
that means f or y ou.
utility, social inP hyllis C . Stoolmacher adults. Foodwerx kept the runners Leider and WilRedefy (www.redefy.org), the
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two
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the
status,
growth,
and
challenges,
With another successful race
under our belts we look forward to stages of life’s big transitions, as George says. The first five are genhosting a week-long summer train- well as Marc Freedman, who de- erally accepted functions of work,
ing session for prospective volun- veloped Encore Careers as a way to the last two, George adds to the
teer advocates, June 22-26. For in- help retirees find that purpose and, mix.
Five or seven, the deal is the
formation on one-hour information ideally, make some money with it.
And while George is all for mak- same — you leave work and you’re
sessions in May and June, please
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along the corridor. AAA Mid-Atlantic opened a new center at the
former Party City store where
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The center provides car repair,
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Route 1 F ocus: Lawrence Mayor Cathleen Lewis will speak
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27 at the MidJersey
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what that often does, George says,
is make people feel isolated, as if
no one else is going through the
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roadblocks,” George says. “Part of
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Just be sure to avoid isolation.
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start feeling that they’re on a countdown. “Friends and relationships
are very important,” he says.
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technical workings of a virtual
PBX, but he can tell you this much:
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In an upcoming presentation on
the benefits of modernizing your
business phone system, Boyer will
talk about improving productivity
with the technologies of VoIP
(Voice over Internet Protocol) and
hosted private board exchange. As
a managing partner at the Mount
Laurel-based company Ancero,
Boyer and Dana Keane, utility
VoIP product manager, will share
case studies from companies representing different business types
and sizes.
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“The simplest way to describe surance, tree care, and leasing, to
what Ancero offers is a business name a few.
As a managing partner at Anceclass phone service in the cloud,”
ro,
Boyer oversees all sales and
Boyer says. For the customer, it remarketing
activities, providing
quires only an Internet connection
and a VoIP phone. “Customers con- strategic direction and spearheadnect to our service rather than rely ing new product and market develon equipment at their office,” he opment for the company. Boyer is a
board member of the MIDJersey
says.
Users get the benefits of tradi- Chamber and has been involved
tional phone service — like voice- with the New Jersey Technology
mail, caller ID, remote office mo- Council for several years where he
bility, hold music or messages — chaired the communication track.
with advantages of the cloud: Low- “NJTC is one of the largest tech
er costs, saving up to 20 to 30 per- councils in the country,” Boyer
cent on hardware, software, and says.
Boyer attributes his work ethic
energy consumption; stronger fault
to
his father who was a pipefitter
tolerance, meaning less or no down
time caused by weather or emer- and his mother, an accountant and
gencies; more flexibility in adding graduate of Rider College. As a
features and making changes to boy, Boyer carried groceries for
your system; and scalability, serv- tips at a supermarket where he
ing small, mid-sized, and large en- lived in Haddon Heights and also
worked with his brothers and sisterprises.
While individual cell phones of- ters fishing for crabs at the shore
fer mobility to users, using these and selling them door-to-door. Afphones alone doesn’t provide the ter high school, he studied at Saint
Francis College,
advantages of a
Pennsylvania,
corporate PBX.
earning a bacheV oI P can easily han“When
my
lor’s degree in
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marketing and
desk rings, my
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cost of using VoIP and cloud-hostDuring
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30
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ed PBX service,” says Boyer.
worked
at
United
Telephone/
VoIP can easily handle some
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cannot. Incoming calls are auto- founded International Distribution
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phone wherever you plug it into the Internet company in the Delaware
network. This is especially useful Valley. Later, he helped build ATX
when traveling or working away Communications, a Philadelphia
from the office. Call center agents carrier.
“Today 14 to 17 percent of the
can work from anywhere with a
small to mid size business use VoIP
good Internet connection.
Using a hosted private corporate and hosted PBX. Analysts predict
cloud eliminates the security risks very rapid growth during the next
associated with hosting in a public five to seven years. Apps and soluenvironment. It is flexible and scal- tions are being designed so you can
able for businesses with one or sev- work from anywhere with any device and with any browser,” says
eral locations or mobile workers.
What makes Ancero different Boyer.
“It’s only a matter of time before
than other service providers, says
everyone
will have mobile devices
Boyer is that is it handles all facets
on
their
desks.
Business owners
of VoIP and hosted PBX so customwant
to
harness
technology
to the
ers don’t need to deal with multiple
benefit
of
their
company,”
he
says.
vendors. The offerings include design, installation, VoIP, managed “I think our best days are ahead of
IT, support, the private cloud, and us.”
— L ynn R ob b ins
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a quarterly basis,” Boyer says.
Ancero was founded in 2008
when the owners of two technology companies, Eastern IT Group Wednesday, May 20
and Media Systems, joined forces. 11: 3 0 a.m.: Af r ica n Amer ica n
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Dear FrienDs,
Last fall Scientific American
published an article titled “How
Diversity Makes Us Smarter.” The
piece described research that demonstrates how socially diverse
groups (meaning those with diversity in race, ethnicity, gender, and
sexual orientation) tend to be more
innovative and effective than homogeneous groups.
This diversity advantage isn’t
just because the diverse members
bring new information and different perspectives. It’s also because
interacting with individuals who
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challenging and creative process.
As the author noted, “we need diversity — in teams, organizations,
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and in senior management teams is
correlated with significantly improved financial performance.
Workforce diversity is clearly a
competitive advantage for business.
That’s why the recent Central
Jersey Diversity Summit was so vital for our region. The Summit was
presented by the Capital Region
Minority Chamber of Commerce
in partnership with the Princeton
Regional Chamber and the American Conference on Diversity. Participants came away with a renewed vision for a diverse and inclusive workplace environment.
Kudos to acting president and
chairman Herb Ames of the Capital
Region Minority Chamber and to
event chair Jeanette Iglesias who
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collaboration among Chambers
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The monthly luncheon this
month featured a memorable presentation by Seward Johnson, the
noted sculptor and philanthropist.
Johnson is much appreciated in our
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making contemporary sculpture
more accessible. In telling his own
story of becoming an artist, Johnson described his goal of filling
people everywhere with the emotional sustenance derived from the
powerful and restorative connections between art and nature. As
Picasso said, “art washes away
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life.” This is Johnson’s focus, and
he encourages us to focus on the
visceral moments that occur when
we encounter his sculpture and the
other works of art at the Grounds.
The month ahead brings more
compelling programs. On Thursday, May 21, Mayor Eric Jackson
of Trenton will provide highlights
of his economic development strategy and the findings of the city’s
market study of local businesses.
He will also reveal the most recent
results of his new public safety
strategy. This breakfast program
continues the commitment of the
Chamber to support economic development initiatives in Trenton.
The Chamber is proud to present
the 2015 Disney Institute on Tuesday, June 2. In partnership with the
Robert Wood Johnson University
Hospital, this event will provide
access to the culture and strategies
developed by Disney to perfect
customer service. The Disney approach to quality service has set the
global standard of excellence, and
this Institute will allow us to learn
the practical steps necessary to
transfer this standard to our businesses.
While technically not a Chamber event, we need to include mention of the business tribute and
farewell to Dr. Patricia Donohue on
the morning of Wednesday, June
10. Dr. Donohue will retire as president of Mercer County Community College on June 30, and this
breakfast event at the College provides an opportunity for many of us
to express our appreciation for her
leadership. During her eight years
at MCCC, Dr. Donohue strengthened the College’s culture of student success. The College also developed a facilities master plan the
resulted in a major expansion of the
Trenton campus. We wish her the
best in her retirement.
As always, further information
about the Princeton Regional
Chamber of Commerce can be
found by checking our website at
www.princetonchamber.org
or
calling the Chamber at 609-9241776.
Joh n P . T hurber
Chairman of the Board
Princeton Regional
Chamber of Commerce
Sustaining Sponsors 2015
With great appreciation, the Chamber thanks the following companies and organizations who have shown their support and loyalty to the Princeton Regional Chamber of
Commerce by becoming Sustaining Sponsors. Our Sustaining Sponsors enable the
Chamber to advance to a level which allows the resources for greater benefits and enhanced programs events to our Members and the business community.
Platinum
Bristol Myers Squibb, Fox Rothschild, PSE&G, Bank of America, New
Jersey Manufacturers, Thomas Edison State College, Novo Nordisk, Capital
Health, RWJ University Hospital Hamilton, Wells Fargo Bank, Investors
Bank, Heartland Payment Systems
GolD
Verizon, Studio Hillier, Paychex, Princeton University, Hopewell Valley Community Bank, Blackrock, Morgan Stanley, PNC Bank, Caliper, First Choice Bank,
Szaferman Lakind, NRG, TD Bank, Borden Perlman Salisbury & Kelly
silver
Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney, PC, Leigh Visual Imaging, Princeton Sports Performance, Eden
Autism Services, Princeton Air Conditioning, The Mercadien Group, Provident Bank, The Bank
of Princeton, Janssen Pharmaceuticals, Sun National Bank Center, Mercer County Community
College, NAI Fennelly, Peapack Gladstone, Sam’s Club, Princeton Global Asset Management,
V.J. Scozzari & Sons, Inc., Grand Bank, RBC Wealth Management
Bronze
Allegra, Aptolean, ETS, Hill, Barth & King, JDA, The JM Group, Madolyn Greve — Callaway Henderson, Marriott at Forrestal, Mrs G TV & Appliances, Munich ReAmerica, PinG, Rue Insurance, St. Lawrence Rehabilitation Center, Sandler Training, SES Engineering, Sound Choice, StimulusBrand, United
Way of Greater Mercer County, WithumSmith+ Brown, U.S. 1
2015
Disney I nstitute: Disney’s Approach to Q uality Service. Tuesday, June 2, 8 a.m. to 4
p.m., Conference Center @ RWJ
Fitness & Wellness Hamilton, 3100
Quakerbridge Road, Mercerville.
Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital and the Princeton Regional Chamber of Commerce are
proud to welcome Disney Institute
to the region.
Ju ne M onthly M embership
Luncheon. Thursday, June 4,
11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., Princeton
Marriott Hotel & Conference Center, 100 College Road East, Princeton.
Speaker: Hal English, author,
“Behind The Ivy Walls.”
G lobal Opportunities Breakfast. Tuesday, June 9, 7:30 to 9:30
a.m., Nassau Club of Princeton, 6
Mercer Street, Princeton.
Topic: “ How to Succeed in the
Global Marketplace.” Attend this
informative breakfast to learn:
•Why exports are critical to U.S.
economic growth
•Why U.S. mid-market companies operate far below their potential
•What mid-market companies
can do to increase their share of the
global market
I ndependent Business Alliance: Engage. Learn. C onnect.
2015
. Thursday, June 11, 7:30 to
10:30 a.m., The College of New
Jersey, Education Building, 2000
Pennington Road, Ewing.
Join us at the Independent Business Alliance’s Annual Event. Enjoy networking with a Continental
Breakfast while learning from our
special guest speaker: David
Deutsch, Founder & Chief Strategist, SynergiSocial.
Women
of
Achievement
Breakfast. Tuesday, June 16, 8 to
10:30 a.m., TPC Jasna Polana, 8
Lawrenceville Road, Princeton.
Come and celebrate our 2015
honorees!
Business Before Business
Breakfast. Wednesday, June 17,
7:30 to 9:30 a.m., Nassau Club of
Princeton, 6 Mercer Street, Princeton.
Speaker: Jim Waltman, Executive Director, Stony Brook-Millstone Watershed.
N etworking
Event
with
Welcome, New Members
WP ST . Thursday, June 18, 6 to 8
p.m., WPST, 619 Alexander Road,
Third Floor, Princeton.
Join the Princeton Region Young
Professionals for a networking
event with one of the top radio stations in the region, WPST!
2015
P lainsboro Business
Showcase. Monday, June 23, 6 to 8
p.m. Rain Date: June Tuesday, June
24. Municipal Grounds, Downtown Plainsboro,
Join us for the Fourth Annual
Plainsboro Business Showcase at
the Municipal Grounds in Downtown Plainsboro! This year’s theme
is “The Boss and Business,” featuring Bruce Springsteen Cover Band,
The B-Street Band!
Business After Business —
H yatt R egency P rinceton. Thursday, June 25, 5 to 7 p.m., Hyatt Regency Princeton, 102 Carnegie
Center, Princeton.
Come mingle over wine and
light appetizers with Chamber
Members!
Save the Dates:
July Events
T hursday, Ju ly 9 : Monthly
Luncheon
Wednesday, Ju ly 15 : Business
Before Business Breakfast
T uesday, Ju ly 21 : 2015 MidSummer Marketing Showcase
T uesday, Ju ly 28 : Business After Business
F riday, Ju ly 31 : Membership
Orientation
Save the Dates:
Special Events
2015
M id-Summer M arketing
Showcase, Tuesday, July 21, 4 to 7
p.m., The Green at Palmer Square
Join us for the Princeton Regional Chamber’s Annual MidSummer Marketing Showcase!
This year’s event is a “Declaration
of Independents: a celebration of
independent businesses.”
Fun, food, music and prizes
abound for this annual marketing
showcase that turns into a wildly
fun block party! Because of the
heat, we suggest everyone dress casual.
Questions?
Contact
Kara
Grimes at 609-924-1776 or [email protected]
princetonchamber.org
CoStar Group
Digital Doc
Ellevate Central NJ
Law Office of Heidi Glickstein Shegoski
Zenergy Wellness Center
Oxford Communications
Ocean First Bank
Princeton Neurological Surgery
Daly Law
Metro North
Customers Bank
Greater Lambertville New Hope Chamber of Commerce
ExportJERSEY, LLC
RWK Consulting, LLC
Atlantic Tomorrow’s Office
Boy Scouts of America, Washington Crossing Council
Operation Reinvent
M AY 20, 2015
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Events f rom the Chamb er: Above left, the tennis participants in the Chamber’s 2015 Golf & Tennis outing.
Above right, John Thurber, left, Chairman of the Board; Seward Johnson, Sculptor; and Peter Crowley, President & CEO, Princeton
Regional Chamber of Commerce at the May Monthly Luncheon.
Exciting News in the Princeton Region!
I sles’ 8t h Annual G olf Outing. Join
Isles on Monday, June 1, for the Eighth
Annual Golf Outing at the Cherry Valley
Country Club. Registration begins at
10:30 a.m., lunch at 11 a.m., shotgun start
at 12:15 p.m., cocktails, dinner & awards
presentation at 5:30 p.m. Address: 125
Country Club Drive, Skillman, NJ 08558.
Contact Valerie Buickerood at [email protected] isles.org for more details.
C arrier C linic: G olf & T ennis C lassic 2015
. Please join us on Monday, June
8, for the Carrier Clinic Golf & Tennis
Classic! The event will take place at Cherry Valley Country Club in Skillman. Carrier Clinic is a non-profit behavioral
health facility serving more than 6,000
adolescents, adults, and senior adults each
year. All proceeds from the event will
benefit Carrier Clinic. Please visit www.
CarrierClinicGolfandTennisClassic2015.
eventbrite.com for more details and online registration.
R H Y T H M 2015
— 10t h Anniversary! On Saturday, June 13, from 5 to 8 p.m.
Tickets are $15 per person, children
under 5 are free. Group rates for four or
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5: 3 0 p.m.: M idJe r se y C h amber , C elebr atio n
o f C ap ital H ealth R eg io n al M edica l C en ter ’ s co mmu n ity se r vice aw ar d. $ 25. In ter s tate M o to r sp o r t, 1 0 9 T itu s M ill R o ad,
H o p ew ell. w w w . midj er se ych amber . o r g ,
609 - 68 9 - 9 9 60.
Thursday, May 21
7 a.m.: B N I Fu si o n , Fr ee n etw o r ki n g . P almer C lar io n In n , 3 499 R o u te 1 , P r in ce to n .
w w w . bn in j p a. o r g , 609 - 3 56- 1400 ex t. 263 .
7 a.m.: B N I G r o w th by R ef er r al ( M o n tg o mer y) , Fr ee N etw o r k in g . P r in ce to n E lks C lu b,
3 54 R o u te 51 8, Ski llman . w w w . bn in j p a. o r g ,
73 2- 49 4- 8 200.
7 a.m.: B N I T ig er s C h ap ter , W eekl y n etw o r ki n g . W est W in dso r Ar ts C en ter , 952 Alexa n der R o ad, P r in ce to n Ju n ct io n . w w w .
bn i-tig er s. co m. .
7 a.m.: B N I T o p Flig h t, Fr ee. Amer ica n a D in er , R o u te 1 3 0 N o r th , E ast W in dso r , 73 2742- 29 3 0.
7: 3 0 a.m.: P r in ce to n C h amber , G r o w in g in
T r en to n , N ew Str ateg ies f o r E co n o mic D evelo p men t, w ith M ayo r E r ic Ja ckso
n . $ 25.
W yn dh am G ar den T r en to n . w w w . p r in ce to n ch amber . o r g , 609 - 9 24- 1776.
Friday, May 22
7 a.m.: B N I D r iven , N etw o r ki n g . D o lce an d
C lemen te’ s, R o bbin svi lle.
Noon.: N etw o r k o f C en tr al N ew Je r se y,
B u si n ess ca r d exch
an g e an d p r ese n tatio n s. L u n ch available. P r in ce to n ian D in er ,
3 50 9 R o u te 1 So u th , W est W in dso r , 609 49 8 - 169 4.
Tuesday, May 26
7 a.m.: B N I Ivy L eag u e, Fr ee n etw o r ki n g
even t. E ater y at O ver lo o k, 1 0 0 O ver lo o k
C en ter . 609 - 529 - 3 3 71.
7 a.m.: B N I W est W in ds o r ch ap ter , w eek ly
n etw o r ki n g , f r ee. C o mmu n ity R o o m, P ellettier i R abs tein & Altman , 1 0 0 N ass au P ar k
B o u levar d. 609 - 529 - 549 1.
7 a.m.: C ap ital N etw o r ki n g G r o u p , Fr ee.
P r in ce to n U n ited M eth o dist C h u r ch , 7
V an deven ter Aven u e, P r in ce to n . E n tr an ce
at back o f ch u r ch . , 609 - 63 5- 1411.
Interested in Joining the Chamber?
more — $12 per person. Cross Roads
Middle School, 195 Major Roads, Monmouth Junction.
The CRMS will be filled with the sound
of music from India as SOFKIN holds its
annual fundraising event. Dance groups
from across NJ will be performing Bollywood, Bhangada, and fusion dances.
Great food after — included in the ticket
price! Sponsored by PamTen.
25t h Annual V olley F or SER V T ennis
T ournament. On Monday, June 15, 8
a.m. to 9:30 p.m. June 15, 2015 at Cherry
Valley Country Club, Skillman. $195 per
player (A&B doubles) includes tournament, tennis shirt, team photo, lunch, dinner, open bar, silent auction, player
awards.
Honorees: Ted Golfinopoulos, Natale
Players Award; Alice Hecht Giedekier,
SERVice Award. Reception only, $90.
Benefits SERV Behavioral Health System
for special-needs individuals in New Jersey. Contact 609-662-3059 or [email protected]
servbhs.org.
Visit www.servbhs.org for more information!
7: 45 a.m.: E dg e N etw o r ki n
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Did you know that more than 60 percent of
our member businesses have 25 or fewer employees? What does that mean? This means that
these small businesses need resources — resources many of our Members are ready, willing, and able to provide.
If you haven’t taken the time to attend one of
our events, now’s the time to step forward and
join the Chamber! We provide our nearly 900
members with quality services, which include
networking and marketing opportunities that
will enhance their ability to run a successful
business.
C hamber Events: Receive invitations to attend nearly 100 events each year, including networking receptions, luncheons, forums and
special events.
Awareness Building: Increase your visibility by participating in Annual Chamber trade
show events, awards galas, and golf outings.
Destination M arketing: Automatically become a Member of the Princeton Regional Convention & Visitors Bureau with Chamber Membership.
C ontinued G rowth through Diversity:
Embrace regional diversity through growing
n ess R emeetin g .
o mmer ce
o r ki n g .
Wednesday, May 27
8 : 3 0 a.m.: N ew Je r se y C h amber o f C o mmer ce , R o u n dtable B r eakf ast w ith Asse mbly B u dg et C o mmittee M ember s Jo h n
B u r zi ch elli an d An th o n y B u co
. N atio n al
C o n f er en ce C en ter , E ast W in dso r . w w w . n j ch amber . co m, 6 0 9-989-7888 xt . 1 50 .
W edn esd ay, M ay 27
11: 3 0 a.m.: M idJe r se y C h amber , State o f
L aw r en ce T o w n sh ip addr ess w ith M ayo r
C ath leen L ew is. $ 40 member s, $ 55 n o n member s. G r een acr es C o u n tr y C lu b. w w w .
midj er se yc h amber . o r g , 609 - 68 9 - 9 9 60.
2 p.m.: C o mp u ter L ear n in g C en ter at E w in g , W o r d p r o ce si n g in st r u ct io n . $ 5. 999
L o w er Fer r y R o ad. cl ce w in g . o r g , 609 - 8 8 2508 6.
5 p.m.: P r in ce to n C h amber , B u si n ess af ter
bu si n ess n etw o r ki n g . $ 25 member s, $ 40
n o n member s. C o n f er en ce C en ter at R W J
Fitn ess & W elln ess H amilto n , 3 1 0 0 Q u ak er br idg e R o ad, M er ce r ville. . w w w . p r in ce to n ch amber . o r g , 609 - 9 24- 1776.
Thursday, May 28
7 a.m.: B N I Fu si o n , Fr ee n etw o r ki n g . P almer C lar io n In n , 3 499 R o u te 1 , P r in ce to n .
w w w . bn in j p a. o r g , 609 - 3 56- 1400 ex t. 263 .
7 a.m.: B N I G r o w th by R ef er r al ( M o n tg o mer y) , Fr ee N etw o r ki n g . P r in ce to n E lks C lu b,
3 54 R o u te 51 8, Ski llman . 73 2- 49 4- 8 200.
7 a.m.: B N I T ig er s C h ap ter . W est W in dso r
Ar ts C en ter , 952 Alexa n der R o ad, P r in ce to n Ju n ct io n . w w w . bn i-tig er s. co m.
7 a.m.: B N I T o p Flig h t, Fr ee. Amer ica n a D in er , R o u te 1 3 0 N o r th , E ast W in dso r , 73 2742- 29 3 0.
8 a.m.: M idJe r se y C h amber , P r ese n tatio n
o n mo der n izi n g yo u r bu si n ess p h o n e sys tem, w ith P au l B o yer o f An ce r o . $ 25 member s, $ 40 n o n member s. T r en to n C o u n tr y
C lu b. w w w . midj er s eych amber . o r g , 609 68 9 - 9 9 60.
7 p.m.: P r in ce to n P u blic L ibr ar y, E n co r e ca r eer s: co mbin in g p assi o n , p u r p o s e an d
p aych eck.
2n d Flo o r C o n f er en ce R o o m, 6 5
W ith er sp o o n Str eet, P r in ce to n . w w w .
p r in ce to n libr ar y. o r g , 609 - 9 24- 9 529 .
partnerships such as the Capital Region Minority Chamber of Commerce and the Women in
Business Alliance.
C ustomer R eferrals: Be recommended.
Each week the Chamber receives inquiries asking to be referred to a business which will meet
their needs.
Brochure/ Business C ard Display: Display
your brochure and/ or business card at the
Chamber office, at no additional charge.
C hamber Website: Build your online presence through the Chamber website, a leading
resource to find out about Princeton region. The
site profiles all Chamber members.
Business Directory: Get published in comprehensive listing of more than 800 member
businesses published annually. Additional advertising opportunities are available.
N ewsletter: Gain exposure by being featured in the Chamber’s monthly U.S. 1 newsletter.
Direct M ail Options: Purchase a mailing list
of the full Chamber Membership or have your
flyer inserted into the Chamber’s monthly
events calendar mailing.
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PRePPinG FOR a SaLe: W
T
he market is heating up, interest
rates are still relatively low, and even the
weather is improving. For some this may be
the perfect time to put the house in central
New Jersey on the market and either downsize or relocate — perhaps to a place where
the winter weather is not an issue.
For whatever reason, if you decide to put
your house on the market, you want it to
command the highest price. So what can you
do to maximize your home’s value, without
breaking the bank to do it? Princeton area
real estate brokers have some advice on what
to do — and what not to do — to maximize
the resale value of your property.
The most common theme is not to overdo
it.
As Marty Stockton of Stockton Realty
(www.stockton-realtor.com) says, “new
kitchens and baths are great but simply decluttering, cleaning, refinishing hard wood
floors, and making sure a lot of natural light
comes into each room is an amazing way to
grab interested buyers. Buyers are wanting a
light, bright, clean house reflecting very little
to do.”
A fresh coat of paint, Stockton says, “can
do wonders. Be careful to stay neutral with
the colors, wash the windows, caulk the bathrooms, don’t leave dirty dishes, in fact, try to
remove as much as possible from the kitchen
counters. If you can remove carpeting to
show wood floors, do it. If not, make sure the
carpet is clean or replaced. Don’t be present
when there is a showing.”
Stockton adds that hiring a Realtor can
make a difference. By “being deliberate in
pricing” your house will present itself as a
good value, she says.
One of Stockton’s colleagues at the Chambers Street-based agency, Libby Hicks, notes
that, “as hard as it may seem, sellers should
remove all family photographs and memorabilia. Buyers need to be able to see their own
photos and envision their own memorabilia
in the house.”
That theme was echoed by Robin Wallack
haT
of Berkshire Hathaway/ Fox & Roach (www.
robinwallack.com). “First of all, the house
should be as free of clutter as possible. Even
if the objects are beautiful, you will have to
pack them away at some point, and that point
is now.”
In addition, Wallack says, “the house
should be clean and smell fresh. Paint any
peeling areas and fix loose things, like closet
doors that might be off their track, or knobs
on kitchen drawers. Wash the windows and
manicure the lawn and shrubs. Replace any
light bulbs of low wattage with brighter
bulbs. If you need to re-grout tub areas, do
so.”
Experts nationally agree that most major
remodelling projects rarely increase the value of a house more than the amount they cost.
“It can be tricky to determine which home
improvement projects are worth the sweat
and which aren’t. To gain the most from your
improvements, select projects that do more
with what you already have,” says the Do-ItYourself network (www.diynetwork.com).
“Projects that add value: kitchen and bath
updates; replacement of exterior siding;
fresh interior paint; and rejuvenation of landscaping.”
“Less-profitable projects share one of
three flaws: they cost too much, they involve
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a space that isn’t used every day, or they reflect too much of your personal taste.”
For all those reasons, Wallack says she
rarely suggests entire remodeling. “A bathroom or kitchen makeover is costly and time
consuming, and if a person is selling, they are
not usually inclined to spend the money and
effort needed to accomplish the task in a
quality manner. It might be better to reflect
these conditions in the asking price.
However, Wallack continues, “if the seller
wants to do this, obviously, kitchen and bathroom renovations can be the difference not
only in price, but in the rapidity with which
the property sells. This can be translated into
dollars.”
Wallack says that some home improvements are better just done but not bragged
about. “When the homeowner replaces
something that broke and announces proudly
‘I just replaced the hot water heater,’ that
most likely was because the old one broke
and they had the Atlantic Ocean in their basement. This is simply part of the joy of home
ownership,” Wallack says.
Anne-Marie Tustin of Keller Williams
Realty has a top 10 list of home improvement
projects posted on her website — www.
Anne-MarieTustin.com.
In home improvements, as in many other
dOeSn’ T
Renovations That Pay :
Most remodelling will not increase the sale value as
much as the cost of the
work. A kitchen can be an
exception.
things, moderation can be a virtue. For example, writes Tustin, “another bathroom is
particularly valuable if you have only one
bathroom in your house. However, once you
have more than 2.5 baths for a 4-bedroom
house (for example), an additional bath can
be overkill.”
You might also consider concentrating
your efforts on improving your home’s first
impression. “The front of your house is what
people see when they first pull up in the
driveway,” says Tustin. “You want your
house to look nice. Replacing your old front
door or garage doors with new, energy efficient, low maintenance doors add value.
Plus, they’re not that expensive relative to
the other projects. Options include steel, fiberglass (long lasting), and wood (looks
nice, but expensive and high maintenance).”
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su ite. $ 500,000.
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f o u n tain . $ 23 5,000.
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taxe s: $ 5, 3 41 . L ist ed, L in da C ar n ival,
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p o si ble. $ 210,000.
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6 bedr o o ms; 3 . 5 bath s; f u ll u n f in ed base men t; g ar ag e. C o lo n ial
w ith f ive f ir ep lace s , exp o se d beams,
se co n d h o u se o ver lo o ki n g p o o l, an tiq u e bar n . $ 8 8 0,000.
ish
Burlington
414 Hulme S treet. L o t si ze : . 0 6
acr es; taxe s: $ 3 , 1 20 . L ist ed, C h er ie
D avis, E R A P r o p er ties, 6 0 9-921 220 0 . w w w . se llin g n j . co m.
3 bedr o o ms; 1 . 5 bath s. 1 , 0 6 4 SF
w ith f ir st -f lo o r mas ter bedr o o m.
$ 119 ,500.
Chesterfield
18 G inger Road. L o t si ze : 1 . 95
acr es; taxe s: $ 1 2, 540 . L ist ed, L in da
K o vach , W eidel, 6 0 9-298-3 0 0 0 .
w w w . w eidel. co m/ lin da. ko vach .
4 bedr o o ms; 2. 5 bath s; f u ll base men t; 3 -c ar g ar ag e. 3 , 71 1 SF C o lo n ial w ith f ir st -f lo o r mast er su ite.
$ 540,000.
16 S addle Way . L o t si ze : . 1 3
acr es; taxe s: $ 1 0 , 0 55. L ist ed, An n e
M ar ie M o n teir o , E R A P r o p er ties,
6 0 9-921 -220 0 . w w w . se llin g n j . co m.
4 bedr o o ms; 2. 5 bath s; 2-ca r g ar ag e. 2, 86 9 SF C o lo n ial w ith f ir st f lo o r o f f ice . $ 424,8 8 8 .
3 3 Church S treet. L o t si ze : 20 8 x
1 0 5; taxe s: $ 8, 3 90 . L ist ed, C ar o l R o g alski , W eidel, 6 0 9-298-3 0 0 0 . w w w .
w eidel. co m.
3 bedr o o ms; 1 bath ; f u ll u n f in ish ed
base men t; 2-ca r g ar ag e. 1 , 920 SF
C o lo n ial. $ 28 9 ,9 00.
4 Church S treet. L o t si ze : 44 x
1 58; taxe s: $ 7, 250 . L is ted, C h r ist in e
M . H ain es, W eidel, 6 0 9-298-3 0 0 0 .
w w w . w eidel. co m.
3 bedr o o ms; 1 . 5 bath s; base men t;
1 -ca r g ar ag e. C o lo n ial w ith Fr en ch
do o r s leadin g to f o r mal din in g r o o m.
H ar dw o o d f lo o r s, w o o d-bu r n in g f ir ep lace in th e f amily r o o m, si de
scr een ed p o r ch . $ 28 2,500.
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lo r ia N ilso n & C o . R eal
E st ate an n o u n c es it h as
list ed 7 L eo n ar d C o u r t in
P r in ce to n , a st ately ce n ter h all
C o lo n ial f o r $ 3 , 250 , 0 0 0 — mar ke ted g lo bally th r o u g h th e f ir m’ s
excl u si ve af f iliatio n w ith C h r istie’ s In ter n atio n al R eal E st ate.
T h e f o yer en tr y f eatu r es a
g r an d st air ca se f r amed by an
ar ch w ay w ith n in e-f o o t ce ilin g s
an d h ar dw o o d f lo o r s th r o u g h o u t
th e f ir st f lo o r . T h e livin g r o o m in cl u des a mar ble f ir ep lace an d
se ver al w in do w s, w h ile th e din in g r o o m h as Fr en ch do o r s leadin g in to th e o p en , g o u r met ki tch en w ith g r an ite co u n ter s, cu st o m
ca bin etr y, an d p r o -g r ade ap p lian ce s.
Flo o r -to -ce ilin g w in do w s su r r o u n d th e ki tch en an d o ver lo o k
th e g ar den s an d blu est o n e w alkw ays. Fr en ch do o r s lead to th e
f amily r o o m w ith a st o n e f ir e-
p lace an d bu ilt-in s. A st u dy f eatu r es an an tiq u e f ir ep lace man tel.
U p st air s, th e mast er su ite h as
tw o cu st o m w alk- in cl o se ts, si ttin g r o o m, an d se p ar ate, sp aci o u s mar ble bath r o o ms j o in ed
by a mar ble st eam sh o w er . T h r ee
lar g e en su ite bedr o o ms ar e si tu ated o n th e se co n d level as w ell.
T h e h o me h as f ive f u ll bath r o o ms
an d th r ee p ar tial bath r o o ms.
T h e f u lly f in ish ed base men t in cl u des a 1 , 50 0 -bo ttle w in e ce llar ,
f itn ess r o o m, an d r ecr eatio n ar ea.
T h e f o u r -acr e p r o p er ty f eatu r es a p er g o la th at o ver lo o ks
th e in -g r o u n d p o o l an d sp a. T h e
p o o l ar ea h as a p o o l h o u se
eq u ip p ed w ith f u ll bath se r vice s.
Fo r g u est s lo o ki n g to co o l o f f , th e
backya r d o f f er s a co ver ed o u tsi de si ttin g ar ea.
“ T h is h o me is an en ter tain er ’ s
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& C o . “ Its r eso r t-st yle backya r d is
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Cranbury
3 Nicola Court. L o t si ze : 6 acr es;
taxe s: $ 3 4, 90 0 . L ist ed, R o bin
Fr o eh lich , C allaw ay H en der so n ,
6 0 9-73 1 -4498. r o bin f r o eh lich . ca llaw ayh en der so n . co m.
6 bedr o o ms; 7. 5 bath s; f u ll f in ish ed w alk- o u t base men t; 4-ca r g ar ag e. C o lo n ial w ith st o cke d f ish in g
p o n d, ten n is co u r t, sw immin g p o o l,
en cl o se d u p p er p o r ch an d lo w er
sl ate p atio . B ase men t h as se co n d
ki tch en , th eater , an d 2, 0 0 0 -bo ttle
w in e ce llar . $ 2,750,000.
2 Bergen D rive. L o t si ze : . 44
acr es; taxe s: $ 1 5, 1 71 . L ist ed, An ita
O ’ M ear a, C allaw ay H en der so n , 6 0 93 95-0 444. w w w . ca llaw ayh en der so n .
co m.
4 bedr o o ms; 3 . 5 bath s; f u ll f in ish ed base men t; 2-ca r g ar ag e. C o lo n ial w ith tw o -st o r y f o yer , map le
f lo o r s, cr o w n mo ldin g , st ep -do w n livin g r o o m, vau lted ce ilin g . $ 9 49 ,000.
3 1- 3 3 Ancil D avison Road. L o t
si ze : 7. 0 8 acr es; taxe s: $ 1 7, 1 3 0 .
L ist ed, D avid Sch u r e & R o ber ta M ar lo w e, C allaw ay H en der so n , 6 0 9-3 950 444. w w w . ca llaw ayh en der so n . co m.
5 bedr o o ms; 4. 5 bath s; p ar tial u n f in ish ed base men t; 2-ca r g ar ag e.
C o lo n ial “ Jo h n B ar cl ay H o u se . ” B ar n
co n ver ted to livin g sp ace . So lar p an els, p r ese r ved w o o dlan ds. $ 9 3 5,000.
46 North M ain S treet. L o t si ze :
. 49 acr es ; taxe s: $ 1 7, 993 . L ist ed,
R o ber ta M ar lo w e, C allaw ay H en der so n , 6 0 9-3 95-0 444. w w w . ca llaw ayh en der so n . co m.
5 bedr o o ms; 2. 5 bath s; p ar tial u n f in ish ed base men t; 2-ca r g ar ag e.
V ict o r ian w ith co ver ed p o r ch , den ,
g ame r o o m, su n r o o m. P r ivate r esi den ce , o f f ice , o r bed an d br eakf ast
u se . U n f in ish ed attic. $ 9 25,000.
76 old Trenton Road. L o t si ze :
. 97 acr es; taxe s: $ 1 1 , 226 . L ist ed,
R o ber ta M ar lo w e, C allaw ay H en der so n , 6 0 9-3 95-0 444. w w w . ca llaw ayh en der so n . co m.
4 bedr o o ms; 2. 5 bath s; f u ll p ar tially f in ish ed base men t; 2-ca r g ar ag e.
C o lo n ial w ith sl ate f o yer , h ar dw o o d
th r o u g h o u t, w o o d-bu r n in g f ir ep lace .
$ 770,000.
12 Brick Y ard Road. L o t si ze :
6 4. 3 8 acr es. L ist ed, G ail E ldr idg e,
C allaw ay H en der so n , 6 0 9-3 95-0 444.
Esther T anez of Estir I nc.
yo u w ill n o t be co ver ed at a time
o f lo s.
“ O u r ag en cy w o r ks w ith mu ltip le in su r an ce co mp an ies, ” T an ez
exp lain ed. “ W e w ill g et yo u mu ltip le q u o tes f o r th e best co ver ag e
f o r yo u r do llar . ”
E ST IR In c. In su r an ce h as
been in bu si n es s f o r 1 6 year s
se r vin g th e co mmu n ity by o f f er in g advice an d g u idan ce o n in su r an ce n eeds, p r o tect in g au to ,
ap ar tmen t, h o mes, bu si n esse s ,
an d mu ch mo r e. A st af f th at is lice n se d an d p r ep ar ed to se r ve in
bo th E n g lish an d Sp an ish is w illin g to list en to co n ce r n s an d f in d
th e best p o licy to p r o tect its cu sto mer s.
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w w w . ca llaw ayh en der so n . co m.
5 bedr o o ms; 2 bath s; f u ll base men t; 3 -ca r g ar ag e. C o lo n ial/ f ar m.
T w o se p ar ate lo ts so ld to g eth er .
W o o dlan ds h ar bo r p ar t o f M illst o n e
C r eek/ In dian R u n B r o o k. R esi den tial
h o me w ith tw o -f amily dw ellin g .
$ 750,000.
3 7 North M ain S treet. T axe s:
$ 9, 80 9. L ist ed, G ail E ldr idg e, C allaw ay H en der so n , 6 0 9-3 95-0 444.
w w w . ca llaw ayh en der so n . co m.
4 bedr o o ms; 2. 5 bath s; p ar tial u n f in ish ed base men t. C o lo n ial cu r r en tly
u se d as an o f f ice . C o n ver si o n to si n g le-f amily h o me p o si ble. $ 69 9 ,000.
18 3 North M ain S treet. L o t si ze :
. 74 acr es; taxe s: $ 1 2, 73 2. L ist ed,
R o ber ta M ar lo w e, C allaw ay H en der so n , 6 0 9-3 95-0 444. w w w . ca llaw ayh en der so n . co m.
4 bedr o o ms; 3 bath s; 2-ca r g ar ag e. In -g r o u n d p o o l, libr ar y, w o o d
st o ve, p r ese r ved w o o dlan d view s o n
tw o si des . $ 550,000.
13 6 Plainsb oro Road. L o t si ze :
. 46 acr es; taxe s: $ 9, 51 9. L ist ed,
M ar y D o w dell-Je f f r ies, C allaw ay
H en der so n , 6 0 9-3 95-0 444. w w w . ca llaw ayh en der so n . co m.
4 bedr o o ms; 3 . 5 bath s; f u ll base men t; 2-ca r g ar ag e. C o lo n ial w ith
deck an d w o o dbu r n in g f ir ep lace se t
in f lo o r -to -ce ilin g br ick w all.
$ 529 ,000.
57 S tation Road. L o t si ze : 1 . 6 6
acr es; taxe s: $ 8, 96 5. L ist ed, G ail E ldr idg e, C allaw ay H en der so n , 6 0 93 95-0 444. w w w . ca llaw ayh en der so n .
co m.
3 bedr o o ms; 1 . 5 bath s; f u ll u n f in ish ed base men t; 2-ca r g ar ag e. C o lo n ial in lig h t in du st r ial zo n e. B ack- to back st o n e f ir ep lac e. O u t-bu ildin g
beh in d h o me w ith eig h t g ar ag e/ st o r ag e sp ace s. $ 49 9 ,000.
Delaware Township
47 Browne S tation Road. L o t
si ze : 3 1 . 43 acr es. L ist ed, D o n n a &
M ich ael L ace y, L isa Ja mes O tto
C o u n tr y P r o p er ties, 21 5-86 2-26 26 .
w w w . lisa j ameso tto . co m.
3 bedr o o ms; 3 f u ll, 2 h alf bath s;
p ar tial f in ish ed bas emen t. C o lo n ial
w ith st o n e f ir ep lac es, an tiq u e st o n e
bar n r u in s, ice h o u se , br ick ter r ace .
$ 1,3 9 5,000.
60 Biser Road. L o t si ze : 1 7. 6 7
acr es; tax es: $ 1 4, 1 6 0 . L ist ed, C yn th ia Sh o emake r -Z er r er , L isa Ja mes
O tto , 6 0 9-3 97-56 6 7. w w w . lisa j ameso tto . co m.
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Dragonfly Farms
W h ere B eauty B egins
en year s ag o P atr ic k an d
Ju dy L ap ide mo ved to
H amilto n in se ar ch o f a q u ieter lif est yle. T h ey disco
ver ed
M akr an cy’ s, an aban do n ed g ar den ce n ter o n K u se r R o ad. P atr ic k, w h o g r ew u p w o r ki n g in th e
f amily g ar den in g bu si n ess,
deci ded to take h is f o u r deca des o f
ex p er ien ce an d o p en D r ag o n f ly
Far ms, a r etail g ar den ce n ter
n amed af ter th e man y dr ag o n f lies th ey disco
ver ed o n th e p r o p er ty.
Fo r year s D r ag o n f ly Far ms
w as ca lled “ H amilto n ’ s B est K ep t
Secr et, ” bu t w o r d sp r ead as p eo p le disco
ver ed th eir h idden tr easu r es. W h at th ey f o u n d w as
“ D r ag o n f ly Far ms is w h er e beau ty beg in s. M an y cu st o mer s h ave
f o u n d it to be a sa f e h aven o r an
es ca p e f r o m a bad day. T h ey
ch o o se to co me h er e to f in d
p eace o n th eir w o r st day. T h is r eally matter s to u s. "
D r ag o n f ly Far ms is a g ar den in g ce n ter , f lo r ist , an d h o me deco r sh o p all in o n e. Sto r e M an ag er An to n ia Ja mes descr ibes th e
st o r e as “ a cr o s betw een P o tter y B ar n , H o me G o o ds, an d a
h o me g ar den in g ce n ter . W e h ave
j ew elr y, f u r n itu r e, sca r ves, an d a
u n iq u e g if t st o r e. W e ca r r y a f u ll
lin e o f sh r u bs, an n u als, p er en n ials, air p lan ts, f air y g ar den s, an d
ter r ar iu ms, as w ell as man y o n eo f -a-ki n d g if ts f o u n d in o u r n ew
W in g z g if t sh o p . ”
T h r o u g h o u t th e year D r ag o n f ly
Far ms h o st s man y even ts. L adies N ig h t O u t ce lebr ated its f ir st
an n iver sa r y. In Febr u ar y th ey
h o st ed th e f ir st D addy/ D au g h ter
dan ce . In M ar ch w as th e n in th
an n u al f r ee E ast er eg g h u n t. Fo r ty g ir ls an d th eir do lls ca me to th e
se co n d an n u al D o lly an d M e tea
p ar ty last mo n th . In O ct o ber th e
mo n th -lo n g p u mp ki n f est ival attr act ed th o u sa n ds o f f amilies to
th e h ayr ide, p ettin g zo o , an d
p u mp ki n s. T h e en d o f th e year
br in g s th e mo st in cr edible C h r ist mas deco r atio n s as th e g r een h o u se is tr an sf o r med in to a w in ter w o n der lan d. A “ take an d
make ” p o tter y st u dio is co min g
th is Ju n e.
“ W e believe in th e co mmu n ity,
so it is ver y imp o r tan t th at w e
g ive bac k , ” exp lain s An to n ia.
O ver th e year s D r ag o n f ly Far ms
h as su p p o r ted lo ca l sch
o o ls,
bo o st er cl u bs, ch ar ities, an d var io u s H amilto n T o w n sh ip even ts.
T h ey o f f er sp eci al p r ice s to
ch u r ch es an d f u n dr aise r s an d
ar e exci ted to p ar tn er w ith L o ve,
An n aleig h , a 50 1 ( c) 3 o r g an iza tio n dedica ted to su p p o r tin g th e
n eeds o f th e in f an ts, ch ildr en ,
an d f amilies in ar ea N IC U s an d
P IC U s.
“ W e make ki ds a p r io r ity, ” adds
An to n ia. In 20 1 3 D r ag o n f ly
Far ms cr eated L eave N o C h ild
In do o r s. “ K ids c an co me in an d
lear n th e imp o r tan ce o f g ar den in g , an d th e imp o r tan ce o f veg etables at a yo u n g ag e. ” C h ildr en
u p to teen ag er s ar e in vited to
w eed, w ater , an d p ick th eir o w n
veg etables.
“ W e w an t to th an k o u r cu st o mer s. T en year s is an in cr edible
milest o n e. M o st o f o u r n ew cu sto mer s ar e r eco mmen ded to u s. ”
“ A sp eci al th an ks to o u r emp lo yees. L au r a T iedeman n an d
Imo g en e G illar d ar e th e f ace o f
D r ag o n f ly Far ms. Ju lie C o r der o ,
o u r h ead f lo r ist , cr eates mag ic.
L au r a Fin e, o u r beh in d th e
sce n es emp lo yee, is alw ays w illin g to p itch in w h er e n eed. O ver all w e ar e blesse d w ith an aw eso me cr ew , ” adds An to n ia.
4 bedr o o ms; 3 . 5 bath s; f u ll p ar tially f in ish ed base men t; 3 -ca r g ar ag e.
C o lo n ial w ith st u dy, en cl o se d
br eeze w ay, p atio . $ 8 25,000.
9 7 S andb rook Headq uarters
Road. L o t s ize : 3 . 24 acr es; taxe s:
$ 9, 576 . L is ted, K aitlyn n Z o ln ay, L isa
Ja mes O tto , 6 0 9-3 97-56 6 7. w w w .
lisa j ameso tto . co m.
4 bedr o o ms; 2 bath s; f u ll p ar tially
f in ish ed base men t; 2-ca r g ar ag e.
2, 80 0 SF C u st o m w ith ca th edr al ce ilin g s, w o o d st o ve, su n ke n livin g
r o o m. $ 465,000.
D ragonf ly F arms: G arden
Center, F lorist, and Home D ecor, 96 6 K u se r R o ad, H amilto n .
6 0 9-588-0 0 1 3 . w w w . dr ag o n f ly-
f ar msn j . co m, in f o @ dr ag o n f lyf ar msn j . co m H o u r s: 9 a. m. to 6
p . m. daily. S ee ad, page 21.
Angela Anthony
210 Route 539, Cream Ridge, NJ 08514
East Brunswick
5 Bel Air Court. L o t si ze : 2. 0 1
acr es; tax es: $ 6 0 , 53 9. L ist ed, M ar y
D o w dell-Je f f r ies, C allaw ay H en der so n , 6 0 9-3 95-0 444. w w w . ca llaw ayh en der so n . co m.
7 bedr o o ms; 8. 5 bath s; f u lly f in ish ed bas emen t. C o lo n ial w ith f ir st f lo o r su ite, in do o r p o o l an d s au n a,
tw o -st o r y libr ar y, elevato r , an d meditatio n r o o m lin ed w ith G r eek mar ble.
$ 2,700,000.
10 G olden Pond D rive. L o t si ze :
2. 0 9 acr es; taxe s: $ 3 1 , 776 . L ist ed,
G ail E ldr idg e, C allaw ay H en der so n ,
6 0 9-3 95-0 444.
6 bedr o o ms; 4 f u ll, 2 h alf bath s;
base men t; 3 -ca r g ar ag e. C o n temp o r ar y w ith elevato r , in do o r p o o l, st o n e
w ater f all, bu ilt-in bar , ko i p o n d, 2, 0 0 0
SF deck.
$ 1,69 9 ,000.
20 M orton Court. L o t si ze : . 0 6
acr es; tax es: $ 7, 3 71 . L ist ed, R o ber ta
P ar ke r , B H H S Fo x & R o ach , 6 0 9924-1 6 0 0 . w w w . r o ber tase llsp r in ce to n . co m.
3 bedr o o ms; 2. 5 bath s; 1 -ca r g ar ag e. 1 , 6 0 9 SF to w n h o u se .
$ 29 9 ,000.
East Windsor
19 9 oak Creek Circle. L o t si ze :
. 2 acr es; taxe s: $ 1 3 , 0 92. L is ted, Smita Sh ah , R e/ M ax G r eater P r in ce to n ,
6 0 9-951 -880 0 . w w w . sm itash ah . co m.
4 bedr o o ms; 2. 5 bath s; f u ll base men t; 2-ca r g ar ag e. 2, 556 SF C o lo n ial w ith h ar dw o o d o n main level,
w alk- in cl o s et in mast er su ite.
$ 475,000.
56 Brooktree Road. L o t si ze : . 46
acr es; tax es: $ 9, 70 8. L ist ed, L in da
K o vach , W eidel, 6 0 9-298-3 0 0 0 .
w w w . w eidel. co m/ lin da. ko vach .
3 bedr o o ms; 2. 5 bath s; p ar tial f in ish ed base men t; 2-ca r g ar ag e. Sp lit
C o lo n ial backi n g to n atu r al w o o dlan ds. $ 3 69 ,9 00.
24 S andstone Road. T axe s:
$ 9, 1 59. L is ted, Jo an E ise n ber g , R e/
M ax G r eater P r in ce to n , 6 0 9-951 86 0 0 . w w w . j o an se lls. co m.
3 bedr o o ms; 2. 5 bath s; 2-ca r g ar ag e. C o lo n ial o n co r n er lo t. G r een h o u se br eakf ast r o o m additio n w ith
skyl ig h t. $ 3 3 9 ,9 00.
Continued on page 17
6 Becca Way. Allentown. Lovely Colonial style home in New Canton Estates is waiting for its
next owner. Upper Freehold Township Home offers a Fantastic maintenance free porch, professional landscaping, Hardwood flooring, Central Vacuum, Security System and so much more! First
floor offers two story foyer, Elegant living Room, large dining Room, Family room with Gas FP and
Eat in kitchen with stainless steel appliances, center island and granite counters. You will also find
an office/study, laundry room, half bath and access to the two car garage with ample storage.
Access your backyard oasis via the kitchen onto a beautiful paver patio and free form fenced in
in-ground pool. Outside entertaining in your outdoor cabana is a must! Second floor of the home
features 4 Bedrooms, 2 Full baths and a bonus room as a possible 5th bedroom with ample storage. Did I mentioned the basement is finished with approx 1000 more sq ft of living space. 2 Zone
Heat and AC. Close to major highways. Upper Freehold Schools District/Allentown HS. $629,900
62 Church St. Allentown. Charming 4 Bedroom 2.5 Bath Colonial home situated on a double
lot in the much desired Historic Allentown Borough. This 1850 circa home was fully updated in
2006 with new electric, plumbing, gas furnace and central AC. A 600 sq. foot addition was added
in 2008 to include the new family room, fourth master bedroom and master bath. .34 acre double
lot backs to the spacious Heritage Park which boasts a 2.2 mile paved running path with exercise
stations and wooded walking trails. 10x10 shed with lean-to. Public water and sewer. Upper
Freehold Regional School District. Close to major Highways to include, 295, NJ Turnpike, 195,
30 Minutes to Jersey shore. Central Jersey living at its best! Owners are Motivated! $359,500
39 Imlaystown Rd. Cream Ridge. This charming 3 Bedroom 1.5 Bath Colonial offers a naturally bright sun room with skylights, a large living room with fireplace, and a spacious backyard
park-like setting. This property is a short sale and is conveniently located near shopping and commuting. Upper Freehold Regional School District/Allentown HS. $239,000
6 Lee Ct. North Hanover Township. Completely Updated Spacious brick front colonial style
home, located on a cul-de-sac, wooded and private lot in desirable Hanover Hills in North
Hanover Township. HW floors throughout. Custom Gourmet EIK with Granite & Corian countertops, SS Appl. including paneled Sub Zero fridge and Miele dishwasher, Farmhouse sink,
two pantry closets, oversized center island w/breakfast area, extra seating, additional sink &
ceramic tile flooring. FR w/WB FP. Sun/Florida room, Game Room, Master suite with private
spa-like bath and extra bonus rm. Finished basement with Wine Cellar, Theatre Rm with wet
bar. Professionally landscaped yard w/Pavers, Fire pit, outdoor shed, Playground area & Sprinkler System. Whole house generator hook up & generator included, Alarm System throughout
house and detached 3 car garage with Finished room above with heat/AC. 3 Zone Heat/AC,
Outside storage under Florida Room. * Paver Endless possibilities (mother/daughter set up
possible). Walk to golf course! Nothing to do but unpack & unwind! Can accommodate a quick
closing! $559,000
111 South Main St. Allentown. Quaint and Classic Colonial Craftsman style home built in
1925 is awaiting its new owner! From the welcoming foyer to the 9 year young In-Law Suite this
delightful house is one of the most unique and inviting Historic homes Allentown has to offer.
Property offers 5 BD, 2.5 baths, a pristine landscaped yard on a park like setting, gas grill hook up,
detached garage, plenty of off street parking with easy access to lovely covered front porch and a
separate side covered patio entrance leading to in-law suite. Owners have taken much pride with
keeping their Charming Home in exceptional condition with remarkably preserved architectural
detailing and have incorporated the original style within the in-law suite addition. Dry Basement
with transferable water proofing warranty is partially finished under original home with separate
heating and air. Basement also has a workshop area and additional 24x31 unfinished section
under in-law suite that has can be easily accessed from exterior basement door. Home has 3 Zone
heat, 3 Zone Air and upgraded electric. Walk to town, schools and parks. Close to major highways
and thoroughfares. Train station 15 minutes away. Prime location in Central Jersey. Upper Freehold Regional School District/Allentown HS. Must see to appreciate. $525,000
87 Richardson Rd. Robbinsville. Custom Built Ranch Style home in Robbinsville is awaiting its new
owner. Home offers Brick front and Vinyl siding, Large Living Room, Dining area, Family Room with Wood
burning Brick Fireplace with beautiful enclosed windows overlooking large 3/4 acre fenced in yard. Eat
in Kitchen to include all appliances, 3 (possible 4) bedrooms and 2 Full bath. Access full basement via 2
car garage or family room. Hardwood flooring underneath front Living room, all Bedrooms and Hallway.
Easy access to train stations, NJ Tnpk, Rt 195, 295, 130. Robbinsville Township School District. $339,000
25 Tattletown Rd. Hamilton. Spacious Country French Manor home. This luxurious Ranch
style home offers kitchen 5/6 bdrms, 5 bths, radiant and electric heat, 3 car garage, guest suite/
au-pair above garage, circular driveway, library, music room, garden room, sun room, fabulous
French Kitchen with granite countertops and Brazilian cherry wood floors. The music room, which
is accessible from the kitchen has bookshelves, wet bar, built in cabinets and an in-ground safe.
Music room also has full bath attached. The garden room has vaulted pickle wood ceiling, gothic
glass doors which lead to the in-ground Roman style pool.. The outside cabana has a bathroom,
sink and shower. This house has 3 fireplaces, 1 wood-burning fireplace in the living room, a gas
log fireplace in the library, and a vent-free gas fireplace in the master bedroom. The master bathroom has a marble Roman Soaking tub surrounded by mosaic tiles. The house has an extensive
security system. Steinert School District. Close to major highways, train station, restaurants and
shops. One year Home Warranty included. $649,000
6 Yorkville Terrace. Upper Freehold. ONE OF KIND Mother/Daughter Estate in Desirable
Grande at Old York. Live in this Custom 15 Rm home with approx. 5100 sq. ft of living space
located in desirable Upper Freehold Township. Enter the Main house through Hardwood Foyer
which opens up to Formal Living Room, Elegant Dining Room w/Butler Pantry and 2 story Vaulted
ceiling FR with gas FP. Enjoy meals in Eat-in kit. overlooking beautiful maint. free deck with Enclosed storage underneath. Fenced In-ground L-Shaped pool is a must for those hot summers!!
Main level of Main house you will also find a Lib./Office, 22x14 Conservatory and a 5th Bedroom
with full Bath. Main home offers total 5 BD and 3.5 BA. In-Law suite with it’s own exterior entrance has a 3 stop type elevator (950lb cap. hydraulic model) leading to grade level (sidewalk
to driveway) and lower finished level. Large Bedroom leads to full handicap. access bathroom w/
Dbl. sink and lg. tiled shower stall. Eat-in 15x16 kitchen has 42” Maple Cab. and Silestone counters. Furniture grade solid oak staircase from main living level to lower daylight 18 x 35 Fin. level.
Too much to list! Easy Access to major Roads. Walk to town, schools and parks. ONE YEAR Home
Warranty included! $720,000
Angela Anthony
Cell: 609-649-3446 • Fax: 609-259-7027
[email protected]
www.MoveWithAngela.com
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Palmer Square is now at 75% occupancy
and we are excited to present
these three extraordinary residences
for sale at new, reduced prices:
26 Paul Robeson Place
Now at
$ 1,575,000
32 Paul Robeson Place *
Now at
$ 1,675,000
36 Paul Robeson Place
Now at
$ 2,000,000
* Open this Sunday, 1:00 to 4:00 p.m.
or by appointment anytime:
Linda Vitale
Sales Associate
609.924.3884
[email protected]
CallawayHenderson.com
CRANBURY
609.395.0444
LAMBERTVILLE
609.397.1974
MONTGOMERY
908.874.0000
PENNINGTON
609.737.7765
Each Office Is Independently Owned And Operated. Subject To Errors, Omissions, Prior Sale Or Withdrawal Without Notice.
PRINCETON
609.921.1050
M AY 20, 2015
NEWLY PRICED
U .S . 1
NEWLY PRICED
EWING TOWNSHIP
Pamela Gillmett $159,999
MLS# 6550357
PRINCETON (condo)
Laura A Huntsman $425,000
MLS# 6555949
PRINCETON
Denise Shaughnessy $789,000
MLS# 6546366
MONTGOMERY
Valerie Smith
$1,575,000
MLS# 6519554
NEWLY PRICED
PHILLIPSBURG
Stephanie Schenck $159,900
MLS# 3180075
PRINCETON (condo)
Christina Phillips $475,000
MLS# 6564750
HOPEWELL TOWNSHIP
Barbara Blackwell
$835,000
MLS# 6556507
PRINCETON
Laurel Cecila $1,595,000
MLS# 6543478
HIGHTSTOWN
Gail Eldridge
$199,000
MLS# 6515013
HAMILTON TOWNSHIP
Janet Stefandl
$489,000
MLS# 6412107
MONTGOMERY
Michelle Blane $898,000
MLS# 3195356
HOPEWELL TOWNSHIP
Christina Callaway $1,685,000
MLS# 6243529
HIGHTSTOWN
Gail Eldridge
$199,000
MLS# 6441450
PENNINGTON BOROUGH
Nancy R Willever $529,000
MLS# 6432737
MONTGOMERY
Valerie Smith
$1,025,000
MLS# 6521707
MONTGOMERY
Marianne Greer $1,795,000
MLS# 6450208
NEWLY PRICED
LAWRENCE TOWNSHIP
Carolynn Kirch
$205,000
ML S # 6 4 7 7 5 3 5
PRINCEON
Brinton H West $569,000
MLS# 6540813
PRINCETON
Laura A Huntsman $1,150,000
MLS# 6542547
PRINCETON
Susan A Cook
$1,985,000
MLS# 6540118
LAWRENCE TOWNSHIP
Deborah W Lane
$248,000
MLS# 6546468
MONTGOMERY
Valerie Smith
$689,000
MLS# 6559898
HOPEWELL TOWNSHIP
Jane Henderson Kenyon $1,250,000
MLS# 6547332
PRINCETON
Owen Toland
$2,995,000
MLS# 6547259
NEWLY PRICED
CallawayHenderson.com
LAWRENCE TOWNSHIP
Yakenya Moise $310,000
MLS# 6536205
MONTGOMERY
Carolyn Spohn
$699,000
MLS# 6506191
PRINCETON
Jane Henderson Kenyon $1,500,000
MLS# 6562404
PRINCETON
North Road $3,950,000
MLS# 6553050
CRANBURY
609.395.0444
LAMBERTVILLE
609.397.1700
MONTGOMERY
908.874.0000
PENNINGTON
EWING TOWNSHIP
Pamela Gillmett
$315,000
MLS# 6499993
MONTGOMERY
Jane Henderson Kenyon $699,500
MLS# 6552428
PRINCETON
Colleen Hall
$1,550,000
MLS# 6552938
PRINCETON
Hodge Road $4,950,000
MLS# 6562735
Each Office Is Independently Owned And Operated. Subject To Errors, Omissions, Prior Sale Or Withdrawal Without Notice.
609.737.7765
PRINCETON
609.921.1050
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A U.S. 1 ADVERTISING FEATURE
MLS# 6544143
35 ROLFE AVENUE, LAWRENCEVILLE, NJ
A Pristine home with a possible building lot- variance
needed. Home and lot are on separate deeds. The home
includes 3 bedrooms, 2 full baths, Heart Pine wood
floors, Andersen windows, including a custom stained
glass window, and a family room with a wood burning
stove. The location is convenient for walking to local
restaurants, parks and biking paths.
Florence Broadway, Sales Associate
Weidel Realtors - Hopewell
Office: 609-737-1500
Cell: 609-306-4023
Fax: 609-737-3403
[email protected]
www.weidel.com/florence.broadway
Two Route 31 South
Pennington, NJ 08534
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T hree generations
of Jam mer Doors.
W
Jammer Doors
F our G enerations
of Q uality
ith th e beau tif u l, w ar m
w eath er u p o n u s, w h at
better time to liven u p
yo u r h o me’ s ap p ear an ce by r ep laci n g yo u r o ld do o r s an d w in do w s w ith br an d n ew o n es?
An d w h at better p lace to p u r ch ase th em th an f r o m Ja mmer
D o o r s, a f amily o w n ed an d o p er ated bu si n ess,
se r vin g th e tr ist ate ar eas si n ce 1 920 .
It all st ar ted in 1 920 . T h e late
L o u is A. Ja mmer Sr . an d h is w if e,
st ar ted a w eath er st r ip p in g bu si n ess in M o r r isvi lle, P A. O ver
time, th e bu si n ess evo lved f r o m
in st allin g w in do w an d p o r ch
scr een s to se llin g a var iety o f
do o r s.
T o day Ja mmer D o o r s is en ter in g its f o u r th g en er atio n o f f amily
o w n er sh ip f o r 95 year s. Alth o u g h
th e late L o u is A. Ja mmer Sr . an d
h is w if e ar e n o lo n g er w ith u s,
th eir dr eams, visi o n s, an d eth ics
live o n th r o u g h th e leader sh ip o f
L o u is A. Ja mmer Jr . an d L o u is A.
Ja mmer III.
In lo o ki n g to w ar ds th e f u tu r e
g r o w th o f th e co mp an y, Ja mmer
D o o r s h as br o u g h t in th e n ew est
g en er atio n , L o u is A. Ja mmer IV ,
to add in n o vatio n to a co n tin u in g
leader sh ip .
Ja mmer D o o r s sp eci alize s in
th e sa les, se r vice , an d in st allatio n o f to p q u ality do o r s, w in do w s, an d do o r -r elated p r o du ct s.
Ja mmer h as been co n si st en tly
r an ke d as o n e o f th e p r emier g ar ag e do o r co mp an ies in th e tr ist ate ar ea. Y o u ca n even se e
Ja mmer D o o r tr u cks
g o in g u p
an d do w n th e Je r se y Sh o r e.
G ar ag e an d f r o n t en tr an ce
do o r s to day ar e desi g n ed to be
p ar t o f yo u r h o me’ s ap p ear an ce
an d ar ch itect u r e. Y o u r g ar ag e o r
f r o n t en tr an ce do o r ca n make a
st atemen t to r ef lect th e u n iq u e
st yle o f h o me, as w ell as yo u r
o w n u n iq u e p er so n ality.
Ja mmer o f f er s do o r s o f all
typ es: E n tr an ce syst ems, p atio
do o r s, Fr en ch do o r s, sl idin g
g lass do o r s to g ar ag e do o r s in a
var iety o f desi g n s.
Ja mmer D o o r s h as been a
dealer f o r R ayn o r G ar ag e D o o r s
f o r o ver 6 1 year s. Ja mmer o f f er s
a lar g e var iety o f p r o du ct s th at
h ave been p r o ven time af ter time
to main tain th eir exce p tio n al an d
du r able q u ality.
Ja mmer also o f f er s man y dif f er en t ca r r iag e- st yle do o r s f r o m
leadin g man u f act u r er s su ch as,
Ar tisa n , C . H . I. , an d Fimbel.
Fo r th o se in ter est ed in maki n g
a st atemen t w ith yo u r cu r b ap p eal, Ja mmer D o o r s also ca r r ies
to p q u ality en tr y an d st o r m
do o r s.
All o f Ja mmer D o o r ' s tech n ici an s ar e tr ain ed, ce r tif ied, an d
exp er ien ce d; n o su bco n tr act o r s
ar e ever u se d. T h eir sa les st af f
ar e tr ain ed, in f o r mative, an d
h ave a n o -p r essu
r e sa les ap p r o ach . T h is level o f p r o f essi o n alism h as r esu lted in an ext en si ve list o f h ig h ly sa tisf ied cl ien tele.
Ja mmer D o o r s th an ks its cu sto mer s f o r th eir co n tin u ed p atr o n ag e as th ey cr o s th e th r esh o ld o f th eir 95th year . Allo w Ja mmer D o o r s to p u t its f o u r g en er atio n s o f q u ality to w o r k f o r yo u !
Its P en n syl van ia sh o w r o o m is
lo ca ted at 1 0 N o r th M ain Str eet
( at th e G r ist mill) in Y ar dley an d
yo u ca n ca ll th em at 21 5-29571 55 o p en 6 days a w eek. If yo u
h ap p en to be in N ew Je r se y,
ch eck o u t Ja mmer D o o r s’ p r emier sh o w r o o m lo ca ted at 2850
B r u n sw ick P ike o n B u si n ess
R o u te 1 in L aw r en ce ville.
C all th em to day at 6 0 9-883 0 90 0 f o r a f r ee-in -h o me est imate. An d f o r mo r e in f o r matio n
visi t w w w . j ammer do o r s. co m.
S ee ad, page 23 .
CONVENIENT TO PRINCETON, this
elegantly upgraded 6,200 SF custom brick
Georgian manor home is privately sited on
15.87 spectacular acres! Features include a
cobblestone entry court, spacious gourmet
center isle kit w/top-of-the line appl’s,
cherry cabinetry & granite counters, sumptuous new bathrooms, oak floors w/walnut
inlays, 4 fireplaces, 1st flr library/study w/
built-ins, and custom millwork throughout.
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M AY 20, 2015
hOUSeS FOR RenT
Ewing
4 Camb ridge D rive. L ist ed, Ja n ice W ilso n , C allaw ay H en der so n ,
6 0 9-3 95-0 444. w w w . ca llaw ayh en der so n . co m.
3 bedr o o ms; 2. 5 bath s; f u ll base men t; 1 -ca r g ar ag e. T u do r to w n h o u se w ith f ir ep lac e. R en ts f o r
$ 2,000.
Montgomery
25C Chestnut S treet. L is ted,
M ar th a M o se ley, C allaw ay H en der so n , 6 0 9-921 -1 0 50 .
2 bedr o o ms; 2. 5 bath s; 1 -ca r g ar ag e. T o w n h o u se . R en ts f o r $ 2,200.
Plainsboro
19 M eadowlark D rive. L ist ed,
W h ei-C h u ( P ear l) P an , L o n g & Fo ster , 6 0 9-93 6 -256 5. w w w . lo n g an df o ster . co m.
4 bedr o o ms; 3 . 5 bath s; f u ll base men t; 3 -ca r g ar ag e. C o lo n ial w ith
o p en f lo o r p lan , tw o -st o r y f o yer w ith
cu r ved f lo atin g o ak st air ca se . R en ts
f o r $ 5,500.
Princeton
3 00 Bunn D rive, Apartment
C203 . L ist ed, L isa R amo s, C o p p er -
w o o d in P r in ce to n , 6 0 9-924-0 3 3 3 .
w w w . co p p er w o o dp r in c eto n . co m.
2 bedr o o ms; 2 bath s. 1 , 286 SF
co n temp o r ar y ap ar tmen t in ag e-r est r ict ed co mmu n ity w ith balco n y, in u n it w ash er / dr yer , w o o ded an d co u r tyar d view s, u n der g r o u n d p ar ki n g
w ith elevato r , an d acce s to ca f e,
lo u n g e, libr ar y, an d f u lly eq u ip p ed f itn ess ce n ter . R en ts f o r $ 3 ,660.
3 00 Bunn D rive, Apartment
C204. L ist ed, L isa R amo s, C o p p er w o o d in P r in ce to n , 6 0 9-924-0 3 3 3 .
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2 bedr o o ms; 2 bath s. 1 , 273 SF
co n temp o r ar y ap ar tmen t in ag e-r est r ict ed co mmu n ity. R en ts f o r $ 3 ,53 0.
3 00 Bunn D rive, Apartment
C202. L ist ed, L isa R amo s, C o p p er w o o d in P r in ce to n , 6 0 9-924-0 3 3 3 .
w w w . co p p er w o o dp r in c eto n . co m.
2 bedr o o ms; 2 bath s. 1 , 21 1 SF
co n temp o r ar y ap ar tmen t in ag e-r est r ict ed co mmu n ity. R en ts f o r $ 3 ,470.
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Road. L ist ed, L in da K o vach , W eidel,
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3 bedr o o ms; 3 bath s; f u ll base men t; 2-c ar g ar ag e. R an ch w ith
w o o d st o ve, w o r ksh
o p , in -law su ite.
R en ts f o r $ 2,9 00.
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3 8 Brooklawn D rive. L o t si ze : . 46
acr es; tax es: $ 9, 874. L ist ed, An n e
Setze r , C allaw ay H en der so n , 6 0 93 95-0 444. w w w . ca llaw ayh en der so n .
co m.
4 bedr o o ms; 2 bath s; 2-ca r g ar ag e. B i-level tr aditio n al w ith deck,
si ttin g ar ea in mas ter bedr o o m.
$ 3 25,000.
148 Prospect D rive. L o t si ze : . 25
acr es; tax es: $ 8, 748. L ist ed, D ave
K asch
ak, E R A P r o p er ties, 6 0 9-921 220 0 . w w w . se llin g n j . co m.
4 bedr o o ms; 2 bath s; f u ll u n f in ish ed base men t; 1 -ca r g ar ag e. 1 , 6 22
SF C o lo n ial w ith f en ce d yar d, deck.
$ 29 9 ,000.
3 8 6 Jef f erson D rive. T axe s:
$ 5, 973 . L is ted, Jo h n T er ebey, E R A
P r o p er ties, 6 0 9-921 -220 0 .
3 bedr o o ms; 2. 5 bath s; f u ll f in ish ed bas emen t. E n d u n it to w n h o u se
w ith f en ce d r ear yar d. $ 219 ,8 8 8 .
23 2 M ill Run Court. T axe s:
$ 5, 921 . L is ted, G eo r g e T er ebey, E R A
P r o p er ties, 6 0 9-921 -220 0 .
2 bedr o o ms; 2 bath s. 1 , 1 20 SF
co n do . P r ivate dec k. C o mmu n ity h as
cl u bh o u se , p o o l, ten n is. $ 164,9 00.
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22 Westwood D rive. L o t si ze : . 48
acr es; tax es: $ 9, 828. L ist ed, K ate
Stin so n , C allaw ay H en der so n , 6 0 943 9-93 43 . ka test in so n . ca llaw ayh en der so n . co m.
4 bedr o o ms; 2. 5 bath s; base men t;
2-ca r g ar ag e. C o lo n ial w ith su n r o o m.
$ 3 29 ,9 00.
3 1 S tate Park D rive. L o t si ze : . 48
acr es; tax es: $ 9, 6 75. L ist ed, Jo h n
T er ebey, E R A P r o p er ties, 6 0 9-921 220 0 . w w w . se llin g n j . co m.
3 bedr o o ms; 1 . 5 bath s; 1 -ca r g ar ag e. Sp lit C o lo n ial w ith n ew ki tch en ,
bath s, se p tic, co n cr ete p atio , an d
deck. $ 3 27,8 8 8 .
14 Randi Way . L o t si ze : . 45
acr es; tax es: $ 1 0 , 6 6 2. L ist ed, Jo h n
T er ebey, E R A P r o p er ties, 6 0 9-921 220 0 . w w w . se llin g n j . co m.
4 bedr o o ms; 2. 5 bath s; f u ll base men t; 2-ca r g ar ag e. 2, 6 3 4 SF C o lo n ial. $ 3 15,8 8 8 .
1015 Bear Tavern Road. L o t
si ze : . 3 7 ac r es; taxe s: $ 9, 81 2. L ist ed,
K ath r yn B axt er , C allaw ay H en der so n , 6 0 9-3 95-0 444. w w w . ca llaw ayh en der so n . co m.
3 bedr o o ms; 2 bath s; f u ll u n f in ish ed bas emen t; 2-ca r g ar ag e.
R an ch w ith in -g r o u n d p o o l, tw o dr ivew ays, su n r o o m w ith bar . $ 3 00,000.
28 15 M adison Avenue. L o t si ze :
. 3 3 acr es ; taxe s: $ 5, 51 5. L ist ed, L in da K o vach , W eidel, 6 0 9-298-3 0 0 0 .
w w w . w eidel. co m/ lin da. ko vach .
3 bedr o o ms; 2. 5 bath s; f u ll base men t; 2-c ar g ar ag e. 1 , 90 2 SF cu sto m-bu ilt C ap e. $ 279 ,9 00.
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On a quiet Princeton street in the Western section, this five bedroom colonial has the perfect blend of new amenities and old world
charm. Custom built for its current owners, the care taken with the design, and the attention to details, is obvious. Beautiful mouldings, gorgeous wood floors, and oversize windows speak to these points, while the location is clearly a “10”. The welcoming entry
provides an immediate sense of arrival, and you quickly realize that this house offers both warmth and style. Formal dining room has
coffered ceiling, and provides the perfect place for holiday entertaining. The kitchen is 25 feet by nearly 16 feet, and has an inviting
center eating island, as well as a breakfast area. Top-of-the line appliances, granite countertops, and custom cabinets are only some of
the special features, as the kitchen also has wood floor, double ovens, and opens to the family room, with gas fireplace, ceiling fan, and
multiple windows. The wall of built-ins holds the entertainment center, as well as books, games and objects d’art. A study is also on
this level. Two sets of stairs provide access to the second level, with an elegant master suite, having a sitting room, dressing room, and
two generous walk-in closets. The sitting room has a fireplace (gas, of course), and the bath is lovely, with a jetted tub. Four additional
bedrooms, one ensuite, complete this level. On the lower level, the professionally finished basement offers so many possibilities---game
room, exercise room, or playroom. At approximately 33 feet by 28 feet, you have all the space you need for all three of these options,
or figure out for yourself what you want!!!!! Three car garage, a large deck, and a nicely planted lot complete the picture--and what a
pretty picture indeed!!
$1,650,000
Robin L. Wallack
Princeton Home Marketing Center
253 Nassau Street • Princeton, NJ 08540
Broker Associate
Direct Dial 609-683-8505
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they look upon the labor and wrought
substance of them, “See! This our
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732-297-7171
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$799,000
Splendid circa 1870 Colonial with front & side
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609-799-8181
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$995,000
Simply Stunning ~ Custom Bennington
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MLS 6562577
609-921-1411
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ROBBINSVILLE
$379,800
Washington Town Center elegant
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throughout.
MLS 6560234
609-921-1411
609-921-1411
Simply Stunning ~ offering 5 bedrooms,
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609-921-1411
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Exciting Eastleigh Model in Cherry
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609-921-1411
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SOUTH BRUNSWICK $499,000
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SOUTH BRUNSWICK $329,900
Beautifully updated 3BR end unit TH in
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MLS 6564578
609-799-8181
609-921-1411
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MLS 6565035
609-799-8181
732-297-7171
Solid custom built Raised Ranch on
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Huge living room, HW floors throughout, updated baths & a renovated
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609-799-8181
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Beautiful 3 bedroom Landing model in
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609-921-1411
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$500,000
Magnificent custom Colonial. Upgraded
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609-799-8181
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c lo se d-en d co n su mer cr edit tr an sa ct io n
s ecu r ed by r eal p r o p er ty o th er th an a r ever se mo r tg ag e. . . ” 1 2 C FR Sect .
1 0 26 . 1 9( e) ( 1 ) ( I) an d ( f ) ( 1 ) ( I) ar e se t f o r th
in th e T IL A-R E SP A In teg r ated D iscl o s u r e Fin al R u le. “ C o n su mer cr edit” r ef er s to cr edit o f f er ed o r ext en ded to a
c o n su mer p r imar ily f o r p er so n al, f amily
o r h o u se h o ld p u r p o se s.
T h e n ew p r o ce s s in vo lves tw o n ew
f o r ms o f discl o s u r es: a lo an est imate,
w h ich su mmar iz es th e lo an ter ms an d
tr an sa ct io n co st s so th at co n su mer s ca n
s h o p ar o u n d f o r th eir h o me f in an ci n g ,
an d a cl o s in g discl o su r e, w h ich w ill r ep lace th e H U D -1 se ttlemen t st atemen t
an d th e f in al tr u th -in -len din g discl o su r e.
T h ese n ew p r o ce du r es may af f ect p o ten tial bo r r o w er s, as delays in th e cl o s in g p r o ce s may o cu
r as len der s, mo r tg ag e br o k er s an d title co mp an ies ( w h ich
f r eq u en tly act as se ttlemen t ag en ts) imp lemen t th e n ece sa r y p r o ce du r es to
c o mp ly w ith th e n ew r eq u ir emen ts —
an d “ g et u p to sp eed” w ith th e n ew r eg u latio n s. Additio n ally, cl o si n g s may take
lo n g er to o cu
r du e to n ew w aitin g p er io ds asso
ci ated w ith lo an est imate an d
c lo si n g discl o su r e r eq u ir emen ts imp o se d o n th e len der s, mo r tg ag e br o k er s
an d se ttlemen t ag en ts.
U n der th e n ew lo an p r o ce du r es , a
lo an est imate mu st be p r o vided by a
len der o r mo r tg ag e br o k er to a bo r r o w er
w ith in th r ee bu s in ess days af ter th e
c o mp lete lo an ap p lica tio n is su bmitted.
A cl o si n g discl o s u r e mu st be deliver ed
by Barbara Strapp N elson, Esq .
to th e co n s u mer by th e len der o r se ttlemen t ag en t at least th r ee days p r io r to
th e lo an bein g co n su mmated, u su ally at
cl o si n g . If c h an g ed in ce r tain r esp ect s
p r io r to cl o si n g , a r evise d cl o si n g discl o su r e may be r eq u ir ed to be deliver ed
w ith an additio n al th r ee-bu si n ess- day
w aitin g p er io d bef o r e cl o si n g ca n o cu
r.
T h e C FP B do es n o t exp ect th e th r eeday r eq u ir emen t to in ter f er e w ith a su c ce sf u l cl o si n g . T h er e ar e o n ly th r ee ci r cu mst an ce s th at w o u ld imp o se a n ew
th r ee-day w aitin g p er io d: ce r tain in cr ease s to th e AP R ; th e additio n o f a
p r ep aymen t p en alty; o r a ch an g e in th e
basi c lo an ter ms ( e. g . , mo vin g f r o m a
f ixe d-r ate lo an to a var iable r ate o n e) . Is su es r aise d o n a f in al w alk- th r o u g h th at
may af f ect th e sa le ter ms o r r eq u ir e a
se ller cr edit may r eq u ir e a n ew cl o si n g
discl o su r e, bu t w ill n o t r eq u ir e a th r eeday w aitin g p er io d.
T h e f ig u r es o n th e c lo s in g dis c lo s u r e
f all in to th r ee c ateg o r ies : n o limit c h ar g es ; 1 0 p er c en t ag g r eg ate var ian c e c h ar g es ; an d z er o var ian c e c h ar g es . D elays
may o c c u r if c er tain o f th es e f ig u r es var y
f r o m th o s e in th e lo an es timate. N o limit
c h ar g es in c lu de p r ep aid in ter es t, p r o p er ty in s u r an c e p r emiu ms , amo u n ts p lac ed
in to an es c r o w imp o u n d an d s er vic es r eq u ir ed by th e len der ; an d f ees p aid by
th ir d-p ar ty p r o vider s f o r s er vic es n o t r eq u ir ed by th e len der . T h es e c an var y
w ith o u t th e n eed f o r an y n ew dis c lo s u r es .
T en p er c en t ag g r eg ate ch ar g es co n si st g en er ally o f r eco r din g f ees an d
ch ar g es f o r th ir d-p ar ty se r vice s w h er e
th e ch ar g es ar e p aid to th e len der o f
len der ’ s af f iliate; o r th e co n su mer is p er mitted by th e len der to sh o p f o r th e th ir dp ar ty se r vice , bu t se lect s a p r o vider f r o m
th e len der ’ s w r itten list o f ap p r o ved se r vice p r o vider s. T h ese ca n n o t var y by
mo r e th an ten p er ce n t.
Fin ally, ch ar g es th at ar e n o t p er mitted
to hc an g e in cl u de tr an sf er taxe s, f ees
p aid to th e len der , mo r tg ag e br o ke r o r af f iliate o f th e len der , exce p t th at ch ar g es
p aid f o r a th ir d-p ar ty se r vice n o t r eq u ir ed
by th e len der , may be p aid to an af f iliate
o f th e len der , f ees p aid to an u n af f iliated
th ir d p ar ty if th e len der did n o t p er mit th e
co n su mer to sh o p f o r a th ir d-p ar ty se r vice p r o vider .
T h ese r eg u latio n s do n o t ap p ly to
h o me eq u ity lin es o f cr edit, r ever se mo r tg ag es, o r ca sh tr an sa ct io n s.
D u e to th ese n ew r eq u ir emen ts o n
len der s an d se ttlemen t ag en ts, be aw ar e
th at th er e may be delays in th e cl o si n g
p r o ce s p ar ticu lar ly du r in g th e f ir st f ew
mo n th s f o llo w in g Au g u st 1 , 20 1 5.
B ar bar a Str ap p N elso n is a Sh ar eh o lder an d member o f Star k & Star k' s
R eal E st ate G r o u p , w h er e sh e co n ce n tr ates h er p r act ice in r esi den tial r eal es tate tr an sa ct io n s. Sh e h as o ver 3 0 year s
o f exp er ien ce in r esi den tial as w ell as
co mmer ci al r eal est ate tr an sa ct io n s an d
r elated zo n in g an d p lan n in g issu
es. Sh e
h as r ep r ese n ted in dividu als an d develo p er s in th eir r eal est ate tr an sa ct io n s.
S ee ad, page 26.
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53 5 G rand Avenue. L o t si ze : . 26 acr es; taxe s:
$ 7, 53 5. L ist ed, Jo e D eL o r en zo , R e/ M ax In T o w n ,
6 0 9-895-0 50 0 . w w w . j o edh o mes. co m.
3 bedr o o ms; 2 bath s; f u ll base men t; 2-ca r g ar ag e. 1 , 520 SF C o lo n ial w ith tw o -tier deck an d g aze bo . $ 250,000.
8 Camb ridge D rive. L o t si ze : . 0 5 acr es; taxe s:
$ 5, 777. L ist ed, Ja n ice W ilso n , C allaw ay H en der so n , 6 0 9-3 95-0 444.
3 bedr o o ms; 2. 5 bath s; f u ll base men t; 1 -ca r
g ar ag e. T u do r to w n h o u se w ith f ir ep lace , p r ivate
deck, st o r ag e cl o se t. $ 23 0,000.
13 0 Bull Run Road. L o t si ze : 1 1 5 x 1 50 ; taxe s:
$ 8, 820 . L ist ed, L o r r ain e M cC o r mick, R e/ M ax In
T o w n , 6 0 9-895-0 50 0 .
3 bedr o o ms; 1 . 5 bath s; f u ll f in ish ed base men t;
1 -ca r g ar ag e. 1 , 71 8 SF r an ch w ith f ir ep lace , h ar dw o o d, all n ew w in do w s. $ 229 ,000.
1 Jacob s Creek. L o t si ze : . 3 5 acr es; taxe s:
$ 6 , 1 55. L ist ed, Su e D eH aven , W eidel, 6 0 9-46 83 899. w w w . su edeh aven . co m.
2 bedr o o ms; 2 bath s; p ar tial base men t. 1 , 20 4
SF ban k h o u se w ith f ir ep lace . $ 227,500.
2 K y le Way . T axe s: $ 5, 723 . L ist ed, D aw n
P etr o zi n i, R e/ M ax G r eater P r in ce to n , 73 2-50 1 0 6 86 . w w w . h o u se sb ydaw n . co m.
2 bedr o o ms; 2 bath s. 1 , 3 1 0 SF co n do .
$ 173 ,500.
Florence
9 Web b er Court. L o t si ze : . 2 acr es; taxe s:
$ 7, 21 9. L ist ed, Ji ll Sako w ski , W eidel, 6 0 9-2983 0 0 0 . w w w . w eidel. co m/ j ill. sa ko w ski .
3 bedr o o ms; 2 bath s; f u ll f in ish ed base men t;
2-ca r g ar ag e. C o lo n ial in adu lt co mmu n ity.
$ 3 12,000.
48 West S econd S treet. L o t si ze : . 23 acr es;
taxe s: $ 4, 6 74. L ist ed, B elin da C o st o n & Stacy
H u r ley, W eidel, 6 0 9-298-3 0 0 0 . w w w . w eidel. co m.
3 bedr o o ms; 2 bath s; f u ll base men t ; 1 -ca r g ar ag e. 1 , 93 5 SF C ap e o n f en ce d-in lo t. $ 209 ,000.
128 F if th Avenue. L o t si ze : 3 0 x 1 0 5; taxe s:
$ 3 , 924. L ist ed, C ar o l R o g alski , W eidel, 6 0 9-2983 0 0 0 . w w w . w eidel. co m.
4 bedr o o ms; 1 . 5 bath s; f u ll u n f in ish ed base men t. Semi w ith en cl o se d f r o n t p o r ch . $ 140,000.
3 5 F lorence Tollgate. T axe s: $ 1 , 472. L ist ed,
C h r ist in e M . H ain es, W eidel, 6 0 9-298-3 0 0 0 . w w w .
w eidel. co m.
1 bedr o o m; 1 . 5 bath s. 96 0 SF co n do w ith n ew
w in do w s, u p g r aded w ash er / dr yer . $ 68 ,000.
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Hamilton
W ork ing to M ak e L ife B etter
ebbie Sch aef f er ’ s br an d p r o mise to
h er cu st o mer s an d co mmu n ity is
si mp le: L if e. B etter .
T h e g r an ddau g h ter o f th e o r ig in al M r s . G
— B eatr ic e G r een ber g — Sc h aef f er is c ar r yin g o n th e f amily’ s 80 -year r etail tr aditio n
at th e s to r e’ s n ew lo c atio n at 2720 R o u te 1
n ex t to W o r ldw ide W h o les ale Flo o r C o ver in g s in L aw r en c e, abo u t o n e-h alf mile s o u th
f r o m its p r evio u s lo c atio n . O f f er in g ap p lian c es , T V s , an d Ser ta mattr es s es , th e s to r e
h as r emain ed o p en du r in g c o n s tr u c tio n .
W h en c o mp leted th is J u n e, th e n ew M r s . G
ex p er ien c e c en ter w ill in c lu de 25, 0 0 0
s q u ar e f eet o f c o mbin ed s tate-o f -th e-ar t
s h o w r o o m, live k itc h en s f o r demo n s tr atio n s
an d c las s es w ith h er ex ec u tive c h ef , N ir it
Y adin , an d w ar eh o u s e s p ac e f o r better ac c es s to in ven to r y an d o n -s ite s ales .
O n a co mmu n ity level, M r s. G su p p o r ts
se ver al o r g an iza tio n s, in c lu din g th e Su sa n
G . K o men Fo u n datio n C en tr al N ew Je r se y,
Slackw
o o d Fir e D ep ar tmen t, T r en to n Ar tw o r ks, lo c al sch
o o ls, an d mo r e.
As a cr u sa der f o r lo ca l an d in dep en den t
bu si n ess o w n er sh ip , Sch aef f er r ece n tly
p r ese n ted at th e T edxC ar n eg ieL ake o n th e
ben ef its o f su p p o r tin g lo ca lly o w n ed bu si n ess.
Sh e also co -ch air s th e In dep en den t
B u si n ess Allian c e w ith th e P r in ce to n
C h amber o f C o mmer ce . W h en yo u bu y lo ca lly, yo u ’ r e ke ep in g mo n ey in th e co mmu n ity an d h elp in g to make better sch
o o ls,
better r o ads, g ive mo r e su p p o r t f o r th e p o lic e, f ir e, an d r es cu e dep ar tmen ts, an d h elp
cr eate a st r o n g er lo ca l eco n o my, Sch aef f er
sa ys. Fo r exa mp le, w h en yo u sp en d $ 1 0 0
at a lo ca l bu si n ess,
$ 6 8 st ays in yo u r co mmu n ity. Sp en d th at sa me $ 1 0 0 at a n o n -lo ca l bu si n ess,
an d o n ly $ 43 st ays in th e
co mmu n ity. W h en yo u sp en d $ 1 0 0 o n lin e
f r o m an in ter n et-o n ly bu s in ess n o t lo ca ted
in N ew J er se y, $ 0 st ays in th e co mmu n ity.
Fo r cu st o mer s, M r s. G o f f er s p r o du ct s at
af f o r dable p r ice s th at make lif e better ,
w h eth er it’ s co o ki n g , cl ean in g , g r illin g , o r
ls eep in g better , sa ys Sch aef f er . “ O u r n u mber o n e p r io r ity is to p r o vide a g r eat cu s to mer exp er ien c e bef o r e, du r in g , an d af ter
th e sa le, ” sh e sa ys.
It’ s a co mmo n misco
n ce p tio n th at bu yin g lo ca lly mean s yo u h ave to s p en d mo r e.
T h at’ s n o t th e ca se at M r s. G . T h ey ca n o f f er co mp etitive p r ice s to cu st o mer s beca u se th ey belo n g to o n e o f th e lar g est
bu yin g g r o u p s in th e co u n tr y. As an act ive
member o f Ap p lian ce D ealer C o o p er ative
lo ca ted in N ew Je r se y, to g eth er w ith N atio n w ide M ar ke tin g G r o u p w ith mo r e th an
3 , 0 0 0 in dep en den t ap p lian ce dealer s
acr o s th e co u n tr y, Sch aef f er an d h er co lleag u es h ave mo r e th an $ 1 5 billio n in bu yin g p o w er . B eca u se o f th is r elatio n sh ip ,
M r s. G ca n co mp ete su ce sf u lly w ith th e
n atio n al an d r eg io n al ch ain s. T h is lo n g evity
an d bu si n ess su ce s h as made Sch aef f er
a leader in h er in du st r y an d at th e lo ca l level. Af ter mo r e th an 1 0 year s as th e C E O
an d p r esi den t o f M r s. G , Sch aef f er kn ew it
w as time to r evamp an d u p date th e s to r e’ s
imag e to r ef lect its p r o mise to th e co mmu n ity an d h ave a lo o k th at w as r eco g n iza ble
to cu r r en t an d n ew cu st o mer s.
W ith th e h elp o f a br an d co n su ltan t,
Sch aef f er r ece n tly u n veiled a n ew M r s. G
p er so n ality lo g o w ith h er o w n imag e w h ile
ke ep in g a p ar t o f th e tr aditio n al desi g n .
Sh e ch o se th e co lo r s yello w an d black beca u se th ey co mmu n ica te th e en er g y an d
w ar mth o f th e M r s. G p r o mise : L if e. B etter .
In additio n to ap p lian ce s an d televisi o n s,
th e n ew M r s. G st o r e se lls Ser ta mattr ess es in th e “ M r s. G z”
Sleep C en ter . D u r in g
th e f in al co n st r u ct io n p h ase o f th e sh o w r o o m, th e st o r e is o f f er in g a mo vin g sa le o n
se ver al ap p lian c es. M r s. G w ill ce lebr ate its
o f f ici al g r an d r eo p en in g in Sep tember w ith
sp eci al even ts o p en to th e p u blic, an d j u st
like h er g r an dmo th er did w h en sh e f ir st
o p en ed M r s. G in 1 93 5, Sch aef f er w ill be at
th e f r o n t o f th e st o r e g r eetin g cu st o mer s.
“ As th e C E O an d p r esi den t, I like bein g
p r ese n t in th e st o r e, ” sa ys Sch aef f er . “ I u se
th e sa me p h ilo s o p h y o f my g r an dp ar en ts.
M y desk is in th e f r o n t o f th e st o r e w h er e I
ca n g r eet cu st o mer s, an d I w ill co n tin u e
M r s. G ’ s lo n g tr aditio n o f s u p p o r tin g o u r lo ca l co mmu n ity an d o r g an iza tio n s. ”
M rs. G TV & Appliances, 2720 R o u te 1 ,
L aw r en ce . 6 0 9-882-1 444. w w w . mr sg s.
co m. S ee ad, page 20.
11 Weathersf ield D rive. L o t si ze : 6 . 1
acr es; tax es: $ 21 , 6 0 4. L ist ed, Jo e D eL o r en zo , R e/ M ax In T o w n , 6 0 9-895-0 50 0 . w w w .
j o edh o mes. co m.
5 bedr o o ms; 4. 5 bath s; f u ll f in ish ed base men t; 3 -ca r g ar ag e. 7, 247 SF C o lo n ial w ith
tw o -st o r y en tr an ce , ci r cu lar st air ca se , bu tler
p an tr y w ith bu ilt-in r ef r ig er ato r in ce n ter is lan d ki tch en , in -g r o u n d h eated p o o l.
$ 1,3 00,000.
217 S awmill Road. L o t si ze : 6 . 1 7 acr es;
taxe s: $ 1 3 , 778. L ist ed, C ar o l R o g alski &
M ar th a Sp u r lo ck,
W eidel, 6 0 9-298-3 0 0 0 .
4 bedr o o ms; 1 . 5 bath s; f u ll u n f in ish ed
base men t. D o u ble br ick ci r ca 1 940 C o lo n ial
w ith sl ate r o o f . H ar dw o o d th r o u g h o u t, p er io d mo ldin g , an d 42’ x 75’ p o le bar n . N ew
se p tic. $ 425,000.
178 Applegate D rive. L o t si ze : . 3 7
acr es; tax es: $ 1 1 , 724. L ist ed, Su e D eH aven , W eidel, 6 0 9-46 8-3 899. w w w . su edeh aven . co m.
4 bedr o o ms; 2. 5 bath s; f u ll f in ish ed base men t; 2-ca r g ar ag e. 2, 6 0 0 SF C o lo n ial w ith
deck an d ce n tr al air . $ 424,9 00.
9 0 D eacon D rive. L o t si ze : . 45 acr es;
taxe s: $ 1 0 , 81 7. L ist ed, Jo h n T er ebey, E R A
P r o p er ties, 6 0 9-921 -220 0 .
4 bedr o o ms; 3 . 5 bath s; f u ll base men t;
2-ca r g ar ag e. 2, 6 58 SF o n o ver si ze d co r n er
lo t. B ase men t h as bar an d bath . $ 3 59 ,8 8 8 .
3 40 G eorge D y e Road. L o t si ze : . 3 4
acr es; tax es: $ 8, 1 0 2. L ist ed, G r ah am B en n ett, E R A P r o p er ties, 6 0 9-921 -220 0 .
4 bedr o o ms; 2 bath s; 2-ca r g ar ag e.
2, 258 SF C o lo n ial. $ 3 59 ,000.
5047 Crosswicks Hamilton S q uare
Road. L o t si ze : 1 45 x 1 76 ; taxe s: $ 7, 26 1 .
L ist ed, C h r ist in e M . H ain es, W eidel, 6 0 9298-3 0 0 0 . w w w . w eidel. co m.
4 bedr o o ms; 1 . 5 bath s; base men t; 1 -ca r
g ar ag e. 2, 1 90 SF C o lo n ial w ith in -g r o u n d
p o o l, w o o d-bu r n in g f ir ep lace in din in g r o o m,
an d w o o d st o ve in f amily r o o m. $ 3 3 5,000.
109 Acres D rive. L o t si ze : . 1 7 acr es; tax es: $ 6 , 258. L ist ed, Jo h n T er ebey, E R A P r o p er ties, 6 0 9-921 -220 0 . w w w . se llin g n j . co m.
3 bedr o o ms; 2 bath s; f u ll f in ish ed base men t; 1 -ca r g ar ag e. C o lo n ial w ith f ir ep lace ,
h ar dw o o d, f amily r o o m additio n , Fr en ch
do o r s to deck.
$ 3 15,000.
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$689,000
25 Quaker Road. Welcome home to this wonderful blend of traditional style and contemporary flair. 5 BR's, 3 baths. DIR: Route 571
To Windsor Drive To Right On Quaker Road.
Princeton Junction Office 609-452-2188
Columbus
$429,900
Renovated Victorian farmhouse blends 19th
Century charm with 21st Century construction.
Every inch of this 3 bedroom home has been
lovingly rebuilt.
Princeton Junction Office 609-452-2188
Hopewell Twp
$1,799,000
Make your dream home a reality, still time to
make your own custom changes to this new
5 Bedroom, 5.1 Bath home on over 7 acres.
Walk to Schools.
Hopewell Crossing Office 609-737-9100
Lawrence Twp
$450,000
This 4 BR, 2.5 Bath colonial on 1.35 acres features a modern eat-in kitchen, family room with
fireplace, master BR with adjoining room, and
sunny LR.
Hopewell Crossing Office 609-737-9100
Hopewell Twp
$564,000
Spectacular 360o views from this 4BD, 2.5BA
colonial home in a rural setting, complete with
screened-in rear porch for dining & entertaining.
Pennington Boro
$485,000
Quiet Boro living in this spacious multi-level. Open
layout, MBR w/full bath just 2 steps up. Lrg EIK,
FR, LR w/FP, DR, 3 BR, X Lrg Gar, scrnd porch.
Robbinsville
$539,000
Pristine 4 BR, 2.5 bath colonial on .5 acre lot.
Fabulous location, numerous desirable features
and updates, in ground pool, patio & more!
Hopewell Crossing Office 609-737-9100
Hopewell Crossing Office 609-737-9100
Princeton Junction Office 609-452-2188
South Brunswick
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o p p er w o o d, at 3 0 0 B u n n D r ive w ith
1 53 r en tal u n its f o r p eo p le se eki n g a
lif est yle n ever bef o r e available in
P r in ce to n , mar ke d its o f f ici al bir th date o n
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a deca de f illed w ith ch allen g es th at J. R o ber t
H illier FAIA tu r n ed in to a sp ect acu lar en vir o n men t.
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asp ect s o f “ lu xu r io u s, p leasi n g , eleg an t, an d
n u mer o u s amen ities. ” T h ese w o r ds f ail to
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th e so p h ist ica tio n an d r eso u r ce s to live an yw h er e, w ill ch o o se C o p p er w o o d in P r in ce to n .
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ci ated w ith r esi den tial h o u si n g — is “ co mp ellin g . ” T h o se w h o visi t th is co mmu n ity ar e immediately dr aw n in to an en vir o n men t th at o f f er s a co mp ellin g an d mo st ap p ealin g j u xt ap o si tio n o f a lo ca tio n th at st imu lates th e min d
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s u st ain able elemen ts, h as th e ar ch itect u r al
f eel o f a so p h ist ica ted, mo der n So H o h o tel
w ith su n lit p assa g ew ays , p iazza s, g ar den s,
an d a f o u n tain . Its f ive bu ildin g s n est led in a
21 -acr e den se ly w o o ded p r ese r ve ar e w ith in
w alki n g dist an ce o f P r in ce to n Sh o p p in g C en ter an d a mile an d a h alf f r o m do w n to w n
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th e f r ee P r in ce to n Ar t M u se u m, R ich ar dso n
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o w n ed sh o p s an d n atio n al r etailer s. T o p o f f
th is tr easu r e o f lif est yle asse ts w ith a mass
tr an si t syst em th at p r o vides easy p assa g e to
th e r est o f th e w o r ld th r o u g h N ew Y o r k, P h iladelp h ia, o r N ew ar k Air p o r t.
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en vir o n men t f eatu r in g cl ean air an d a st ar lit
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so n g bir ds, deer , an d h iki n g an d j o g g in g
p ath s, th r o u g h o u t th e p r ese r ved o p en sp ace .
It is th e p er f ect r etr eat f r o m h ig h -p r es su r e
j o bs an d meets th e n eed to ch ill o u t o n w eeken ds w ith its f itn ess ce n ter , ca f e, meetin g
r o o m, an d co n ci er g e se r vice s to r esp o n d to
o n e’ s ever y n eed. P ar ki n g is u n der g r o u n d
w ith dir ect elevato r co n n ect io n to ever y f lo o r
in th e c o mp lex.
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th er e ar e ext en si ve r ecr eatio n al, cu ltu r al, an d
edu ca tio n al r eso u r ce s th r o u g h o u t th e r eg io n ,
as w ell as th e p leth o r a o f vo lu n teer o p p o r tu n ities in th r ivin g n o n p r o f it o r g an iza tio n s.
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th r o u g h o u t th e w o r ld f o r h is desi g n ski lls bu t,
in P r in ce to n , kn o w n f o r h is ability to list en to
th e ci tize n s an d elect ed o f f ici als an d cr eate
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th e co mmu n ity. As a P r in ce to n U n iver si ty
alu mn u s, an adj u n ct p r o f esso
r in th e P r in ce to n U n iver si ty Sch o o l o f Ar ch itect u r e, an d a
develo p er in th e P r in ce to n ar ea f o r deca des,
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kn it p r o j ect w ith th e f eel o f a E u r o p ean villag e
w ith its in ter n al syst em o f p iazza s an d g ar den s. T h e p r o j ect dist u r bed o n ly f o u r acr es o f
th e si te an d th e r emain in g 1 7 acr es h ave
been p lace d in to co n se r vatio n f o r p er p etu ity.
B esi des its sm all f o o tp r in t, C o p p er w o o d is
o n e o f th e g r een est p r o j ect s ever co n st r u ct ed
in P r in ce to n . It f eatu r es g r een r o o f s — ir r ig ated by w ater h ar vest ed f r o m r ain f all th at elimin ated th e n eed f o r ext en si ve st o r m w ater detain ag e basi n s. T h e bu ildin g s’ f aca des, co lo r ed to blen d in to th e w o o ded si te, ar e o f r ef lect ive mater ials to r ep el th e h eat o f th e su n ,
an d all ap p lian c es an d p lu mbin g f ixt u r es ar e
o f maxi mu m su st ain able ef f ect .
C o p p er w o o d th u s is se n si ble an d se n su al
— a w in n in g f o r mu la f o r r esi den tial livin g r ig h t
in th e to w n o f P r in ce to n .
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P r in ce to n . w w w . co p p er w o o dp r in ce to n . co m
o r 6 0 9-924-0 3 3 3 , ext . 1 . S ee ad, page 10.
19 Wertsville Road. L o t si ze :
1 3 3 . 29; taxe s: $ 22, 1 99. L ist ed, Ja n e
H en der so n K en yo n , C allaw ay H en der so n , 6 0 9-921 -1 0 50 .
5 bedr o o ms; 6 . 5 bath s; f u ll f in ish ed base men t; 3 -ca r g ar ag e. C o lo n ial w ith ten n is co u r t, in -g r o u n d p o o l,
ca r etake r ’ s co ttag e, st o n e p atio ,
beamed c eilin g s. $ 2,9 75,000.
3 9 0 Three Bridges Road. L o t
si ze : 20 . 74 acr es. L ist ed, K aitlyn n
Z o ln ay, L isa Ja mes O tto , 6 0 9-3 9756 6 7. w w w . lisa j ameso tto . co m.
3 bedr o o ms; 2. 5 bath s; f u ll u n f in ish ed base men t. L o g h o me w ith
w o r ki n g tr ee n u r se r y. $ 1,025,000.
Hopewell
9 8 7 Cherry V alley Road. L o t
si ze : 5. 89 acr es; taxe s: $ 3 1 , 1 1 7. L ist ed, Ja n e H en der s o n K en yo n , C allaw ay H en der so n , 6 0 9-921 -1 0 50 .
w w w . ca llaw ayh en der so n . co m.
4 bedr o o ms; 4. 5 bath s; p ar tial
base men t; 3 -ca r g ar ag e. C ap e w ith
in -g r o u n d p o o l. $ 1,250,000.
559 Province Line Road. L o t
si ze : 1 4 acr es; taxe s: $ 3 1 , 3 6 4. L ist ed, Ja n e H en der s o n K en yo n , C allaw ay H en der so n , 6 0 9-921 -1 0 50 .
4 bedr o o ms; 3 . 5 bath s; f u ll base men t; 3 -ca r g ar ag e. C o n temp o r ar y
w ith h eated p o o l, sp a, ten n is co u r t,
p o n d, g aze bo , ap p le o r ch ar d, an d
st u dio . $ 1,19 5,000.
1258 Bear Tavern Road. L o t
si ze : 78. 41 acr es; taxe s: $ 1 7, 241 .
L ist ed, Jo h n T er ebey, E R A P r o p er ties, 6 0 9-921 -220 0 .
4 bedr o o ms; 2. 5 bath s; f u ll base men t; 2-ca r g ar ag e. H ist o r ic C o lo n ial
datin g to 1 70 0 s. Five f ir ep lace s,
st o n e w alls, f ive-zo n e h eatin g .
$ 1,175,000.
17 Caroline D rive. L o t si ze : 3 . 0 3
acr es; tax es: $ 23 , 852. L ist ed, R o ber ta P ar ke r , B H H S Fo x & R o ach , 6 0 9924-1 6 0 0 . w w w . r o ber tase llsp r in ce to n . co m.
5 bedr o o ms; 3 . 5 bath s; f in ish ed
base men t; 3 -ca r g ar ag e. 5, 259 SF
C o lo n ial. $ 1,100,000.
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John Weeks Joins Lisa James Otto Country Properties
isa Ja mes O tto is p lease d to an n o u n ce th at Jo h n “ Ja ck”
W eeks h as
j o in ed h er f ir m, L isa Ja mes O tto C o u n tr y P r o p er ties, as a R ealto r Asso
ci ate.
W eeks is a g r adu ate o f K ean U n iver s ity
w ith a deg r ee in f in e ar ts maj o r in g in in ter io r desi g n . Af ter w o r ki n g as a desi g n er in
M an h attan f o r s ever al year s w ith a desi g n
an d ar ch itect u r al f ir m, h e j o in ed a w ellkn o w n des ig n f ir m in P r in c eto n an d th en
mo ved in to a lar g e co mmer ci al f ir m as dir ect o r o f desi g n .
M o vin g to Fr en c h to w n at th at time, h e
ven tu r ed f o r w ar d w ith h is p ar tn er an d
o p en ed a g if t bo u tiq u e o n B r idg e Str eet,
w h er e th ey co n tin u ed th eir desi g n w o r k.
E n j o yin g lif e an d a su ce s sf u l bu si n ess,
th ey o p en ed a se co n d st o r e last year , all
th e w h ile Ja ck w as also bu ildin g an eq u ally
su ce sf u l r eal est ate ca r eer . M r . W eeks
sa ys q u ic kl y, “ B u sy , yes. An d it all se ems to
w o r k se amlessl y to g eth er . E ver y day
br in g s s o meth in g n ew , an d I like th at. ”
“ Ja ck’ s backg
r o u n d in c o mmer ci al an d
r es iden tial in ter io r desi g n h as been ver y
h elp f u l in st ag in g h is list in g s f o r o p timal
p r ese n tatio n , ” sa ys M s. O tto . “ As a r esu lt
th ey se ll ver y q u ickl y. ”
M an ag er V ict o r ia R u tko w ski adds: “ W e
ar e ver y ex ci ted to h ave h im o n o u r team.
H e h as a g r eat f amiliar ity w ith th e su r r o u n din g ar eas o f H u n ter do n , M er ce r , an d
B u cks
co u n ties, w h ich , co u p led w ith h is
desi g n ac u men an d exp er tise , h elp s bu yer s an d se ller s exc eed th eir exp ect atio n s. ”
R u tko w ski co n tin u es: “ Ja ck is n atu r ally
attu n ed to r eally list en in g to w h at a cl ien t
w an ts an d th en deliver in g it exp er tly. T h at
is a ke y elemen t in r eal est ate su ce s. ”
Ab out Lisa James otto Country Properties: L isa Ja mes O tto C o u n tr y P r o p er ties
is a bo u tiq u e r eal est ate f ir m by th e r iver ’ s
edg e. Sin ce 1 986 th e co mp an y’ s dedica ted
ag en ts h ave been h elp in g cl ien ts f in d a
p lace th ey ca n ca ll h o me. W ith o f f ice s in
beau tif u l N ew H o p e, B u cks
C o u n ty, P A,
an d Sto ckt o n , N J, L isa Ja mes O tto C o u n tr y P r o p er ties sp eci alize s in an tiq u e h ist o r ic h o u se s, ch ar min g co u n tr y h o u se s,
f ar ms, est ates an d r iver f r o n t co ttag es. T h e
co mp an y also h as man y co mmer ci al, lan d,
an d in ter n atio n al list in g s.
Lisa James otto Country Properties,
1 So u th Su g an R o ad, N ew H o p e, P A. 21 586 2-26 26 . S ee ad, page 29 .
13 1 Reservoir Road. L o t si ze : 1 1 . 47 acr es;
taxe s: $ 1 4, 43 8. L is ted, R o ber ta P ar ke r , B H H S
Fo x & R o ac h , 6 0 9-924-1 6 0 0 . w w w . r o ber tase llsp r in ce to n . co m.
6 bedr o o ms; 3 . 5 bath s; u n f in ish ed p ar tial
base men t; 2-ca r g ar ag e. 3 , 582 SF V ict o r ian
an d g en tlemen ’ s f ar m. $ 1,100,000.
9 3 Elm Ridge Road. L o t si ze : 2. 6 7 acr es;
taxe s: $ 23 , 1 56 . L is ted, Ja n e H en der so n K en yo n , C allaw ay H en der so n , 6 0 9-921 -1 0 50 . w w w .
ca llaw ayh en der so n . co m.
4 bedr o o ms; 4. 5 bath s; f u ll u n f in ish ed base men t; 4-ca r g ar ag e. Far mh o u se w ith r ecl aimed
beams, r es to r ed f lo o r in g , an d blu es to n e p atio .
$ 1,09 5,000.
13 Hunters Ridge D rive. L o t si ze : 3 . 3 4
acr es; tax es: $ 23 , 86 8. L ist ed, R o ber ta P ar ke r ,
B H H S Fo x & R o ach , 6 0 9-924-1 6 0 0 . w w w . r o ber tase llsp r in c eto n . co m.
4 bedr o o ms; 3 . 5 bath s; f in ish ed base men t ;
3 -ca r g ar ag e. 5, 21 2 SF C o lo n ial. $ 1,049 ,000.
22 Hunters Ridge D rive. L o t si ze : 2. 1 6
acr es; taxe s : $ 20 , 1 43 . L ist ed, M ado lyn G r eve,
C allaw ay H en der so n , 6 0 9-46 2-250 5. w w w .
mado lyn g r eve. co m.
5 bedr o o ms; 2. 5 bath s; f u ll base men t; 3 -ca r
g ar ag e. 4, 3 6 5 SF br ick- f r o n t C o lo n ial w ith in g r o u n d p o o l, f ir st f lo o r bedr o o m an d p layr o o m,
th r ee f ir ep lace s, cu l-de-sa c lo ca tio n . W h o le
h o u se g en er ato r . $ 9 68 ,000.
42 M orris D rive. L o t si ze : . 82 acr es; taxe s:
$ 22, 828. L ist ed, Ja n e H en der so n K en yo n , C allaw ay H en der so n , 6 0 9-921 -1 0 50 . w w w . ca llaw ayh en der so n . co m.
4 bedr o o ms; 3 . 5 bath s; f u ll u n f in ish ed base men t; 3 -ca r g ar ag e. C o lo n ial. $ 9 3 5,000.
24 I ndependence Way . L o t si ze : 2. 0 5 acr es;
taxe s: $ 22, 6 93 . L is ted, B eth J. M iller , B H H S Fo x
& R o ach , 6 0 9-86 5-883 3 . beth miller . f o xr o ach .
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Y
Mosquito
Authority
Y our T ick et to a B ug
B ite- F ree S ummer
o u lo ve yo u r bac k yar d.
M aybe as mu ch as yo u
lo ve si ttin g o n th e f r o n t
p o r ch o n a beau tif u l even in g .
B u t yo u h ate sl ap p in g th o se
blo o d-su cki n g mo sq u ito es th at
ke ep lan din g o n yo u r ar ms an d
leg s. M aybe as mu ch as yo u
h ate so aki n g yo u r s elf an d yo u r
ki ds in n ast y bu g s p r ay o r h o ver in g n ext to ci tr o n ella ca n dles th at
do n ’ t r eally w o r k an yw ay. Y o u
h ave a beau tif u l h o me an d a
beau tif u l yar d th at yo u ’ ve sp en t a
lo t o f time an d mo n ey to make
yo u r s, an d yo u ’ d like to en j o y it.
T h e last th in g yo u w an t to do o n
a p er f ect day is to sp en d it in si de
beca u se yo u ’ ll g et eaten alive by
mo sq u ito es if yo u st ep o u tdo o r s .
T h e M o s q u ito Au th o r ity is h er e
to h elp . W ith a deca de o f exp er ien ce , w e o f f er r esi den tial mo s q u ito co n tr o l th at ke ep s yo u r
p r o p er ty p r o tect ed f r o m an n o yin g , dise ase -ca r r yin g mo sq u ito es du r in g th e mo st o u tdo o r f r ien dly ( an d mo sq u ito -h eavy)
mo n th s o f th e year . W e do n ’ t j u st
ki ll mo sq u ito es, w e mak e back yar ds w o r th mo w in g an d f r o n t
p o r ch es w o r th sw in g in g ! P u t
si mp ly, w e ar e in th e bu si n ess o f
maki n g lif e better .
T h e M o sq u ito Au th o r ity w ill
co me to yo u r p r o p er ty an d r emo ve all mo sq u ito -br eedin g h abitats. W e also u n der st an d th at
yo u ca n ’ t co n tr o l yo u r n eig h bo r s ’
p r o p er ties o r th e mo sq u ito br eedin g h abitat do w n th e st r eet.
O u r p aten t-p en din g R ep el+ P lu s
mo sq u ito tr eatmen t ke ep s n eig h -
bo r h o o d mo sq u ito es o f f yo u r
p r o p er ty an d aw ay f r o m yo u an d
yo u r f amily, all su mmer lo n g .
R ep el+ P lu s is bas ed o n s c ien c e an d r es ear c h , an d w e u s e a
p r o p r ietar y s o lu tio n o f s o me o f
th e mildes t p es tic ides ever in ven ted. M o s t imp o r tan tly, w e
do n ’ t j u s t “ s p r ay. ” W e var y th e
s tr en g th an d q u an tity o f o u r s o lu tio n bas ed o n a var iety o f f ac to r s
in o r der to min imiz e en vir o n men tal imp ac t an d s till ef f ec tively
c o n tr o l th e mo s t dan g er o u s mo s q u ito es . So me c o mp o n en ts o f
R ep el+ P lu s u s e n o p es tic ides at
all, ac tu ally. M o s t o f o u r c u s to mer s do h ave c h ildr en an d p ets
r u n n in g ar o u n d. W e als o s er vic e
lo ts o f do c to r s ’ an d veter in ar ian s ’
h o mes … even day c ar es ! T h e
s o lu tio n w e u s e is milder th an th e
D E E T in bu g s p r ay, an d it g ets r id
o f th e mo s q u ito es w ith o u t h avin g
to be ap p lied to yo u r s k in .
T h e M o sq u ito Au th o r ity o f f er s
si x- tr eatmen t p lan s to p r o tect
yo u r h o me, as w ell as p r o g r ams
f o r sp eci al even ts like f amily
g ath er in g s, bar becu es, p ar ties,
o r backya r d w eddin g s. O u r
R ep el+ P lu s tr eatmen t is 1 0 0 p er ce n t g u ar an teed to ke ep mo sq u ito es o f f yo u r p r o p er ty an d o u t o f
yo u r lif e, o r w e’ ll co me back o u t
an d r etr eat f r ee o f ch ar g e. W e
h ave u se d R ep el+ P lu s in mo r e
th an 250 , 0 0 0 ap p lica tio n s n atio n w ide w ith a 95 p er ce n t cu s to mer sa tisf act io n r ate.
D o n ’ t let mo sq u ito es ke ep yo u
f r o m en j o yin g yo u r o w n p r o p er ty.
C all yo u r M o sq u ito Au th o r ity to day at 6 0 9-477-3 249, o r visi t
B u g sB ite. co m to se e h o w T h e
M o sq u ito Au th o r ity ca n g et yo u r
yar d bac k f o r yo u an d make
su mmer f u n ag ain !
S ee ad, page 24.
Continued from preceding page
5 bedr o o ms; 3 . 5 bath s; f u ll base men t; 3 -ca r g ar ag e. 4, 40 8 SF C o lo n ial w ith cu st o m details. T w o f ir ep lac es, r en o vated ch ef ’ s ki tch en , sky lig h ts an d vau lted ce ilin g s, au p air
su ite, in -g r o u n d p o o l. $ 8 10,000.
179 Pennington- Hopewell
Road. L o t si ze : 2. 43 acr es; taxe s:
$ 1 9, 844. L ist ed, Jo h n T er ebey, E R A
P r o p er ties, 6 0 9-921 -220 0 . w w w . se llin g n j . co m.
4 bedr o o ms; 2. 5 bath s; f u ll f in ish ed base men t; 2-ca r g ar ag e. C o lo n ial. B ase men t h as h o me th eater ,
exe r ci se ar ea, f ir ep lace , f u ll bar .
T w o -st o r y f o yer , vau lted f amily r o o m
w ith st o n e f ir ep lac e. B ack- u p g en er ato r . $ 79 9 ,8 8 8 .
13 4 M arshall Corner Woodsville. L o t si ze : 1 0 . 23 acr es; taxe s:
$ 1 6 6 . L ist ed, R o ber ta P ar ke r , B H H S
Fo x & R o ach , 6 0 9-924-1 6 0 0 . w w w .
r o ber tase llsp r in ce to n . co m.
V aca n t lo t. $ 679 ,000.
19 Crusher Road. L o t si ze : 1
acr e; taxe s: $ 1 1 , 70 0 . L ist ed, E liza beth H icks,
Sto ckt o n R eal E st ate,
6 0 9-924-1 41 6 .
3 bedr o o ms; 2 bath s; f u ll f in ish ed
base men t; 2-ca r g ar ag e. C o lo n ial
w ith p r ivate r ear deck.
$ 659 ,000.
100 West S hore D rive. L o t si ze :
1 . 43 acr es; taxe s: $ 1 6 , 73 1 . L ist ed,
R o bin Fr o eh lich , C allaw ay H en der so n , 6 0 9-73 1 -4498. r o bin f r o eh lich .
ca llaw ayh en der so n . co m.
4 bedr o o ms; 3 . 5 bath s; f u ll base men t; 2-ca r g ar ag e. C o lo n ial o n co r n er lo t w ith g o u r met ki tch en , tw o f ir ep lace s, w et bar . $ 645,000.
101 Elm Ridge Road. L o t si ze :
1 . 3 5 acr es; taxe s: $ 1 4, 1 6 8. L ist ed,
B eth J. M iller , B H H S Fo x & R o ach ,
6 0 9-86 5-883 3 . beth miller . f o xr o ach .
co m.
4 bedr o o ms; 2 f u ll, 2 h alf bath s;
f u ll base men t; 2-c ar g ar ag e. M idce n tu r y mo der n C ap e. L ivin g r o o m
w ith beamed ce ilin g s an d do u ble f ir ep lace , all h ar dw o o d f lo o r s, f ir st f lo o r
mast er su ite, p o o l. $ 63 7,500.
3 0 Honey b rook Road. L o t si ze :
1 . 3 8 acr es; taxe s: $ 1 4, 545. L ist ed,
Su e D eH aven , W eidel, 6 0 9-46 83 899. w w w . su edeh aven . co m.
4 bedr o o ms; 2. 5 bath s; f u ll base men t; 2-ca r g ar ag e. 2, 876 SF C o lo n ial w ith f ir ep lace . $ 600,000.
9 2 Tay lor Terrace. L o t si ze : . 29
4 Avalon Road. L o t si ze : . 22
acr es; tax es: $ 1 0 , 543 . L ist ed, R o ber - acr es; tax es: $ 1 0 , 0 50 . L ist ed, Su e
D eH aven , W eidel, 6 0 9-46 8-3 899.
ta P ar ke r , B H H S Fo x & R o ach , 6 0 93 bedr o o ms; 2 bath s; f u ll base 924-1 6 0 0 . w w w . r o ber tase llsp r in ce men t. 1 , 591 SF r an ch w ith in -law
to n . co m.
ap ar tmen t. $ 23 9 ,9 00.
4 bedr o o ms; 2. 5 bath s; 2-ca r g ar ag e. 2, 1 1 6 SF C o lo n ial. $ 53 2,000.
461 F ederal City Road. L o t si ze :
1 acr e; taxe s: $ 1 4, 0 43 . L ist ed, Su e
D eH aven , W eidel, 6 0 9-46 8-3 899.
2 Woodens Lane. L o t si ze : 2
w w w . su edeh aven . co m.
acr es; tax es: $ 1 1 , 6 22. L ist ed, R o ber 4 bedr o o ms; 3 bath s; 2-ca r g ata P ar ke r , B H H S Fo x & R o ach , 6 0 9r ag e. 3 , 20 8 SF w ith in -law su ite.
924-1 6 0 0 . w w w . r o ber tase llsp r in ce $ 475,000.
to n . co m.
4 bedr o o ms; 3 . 5 bath s; f in ish ed
68 F eatherb ed Lane. L o t si ze : 3
DISTI
w alko u t base men t; 3 -ca r g ar ag e.
acr es; tax es: $ 1 2, 83 1 . L ist ed, Su e
3 , 0 55 SF C o lo n ial. $ 63 9 ,9 00.
D eH aven , W eidel, 6 0 9-46 8-3 899.
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6 0 9-3 97-56 6 7.
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3 , 0 54
make r -Z er r er , L isa Ja mes O tto , 6 0 9SF C o lo n ial. $ 449 ,000.
3 97-56 6 7. w w w . lisa j ameso tto . co m.
3 bedr o o ms; 1 . 5 bath s; p ar tial u n 7 M aple Lane. L o t si ze : . 46 acr es;
f in ish ed base men t. V ict o r ian w ith
taxe s: $ 9, 555. L ist ed, Su e D eH aven ,
o r ig in al p in e f lo o r s, exp o se d p ain ted
W eidel, 6 0 9-46 8-3 899. w w w . su edebr ick w all, p atio . $ 43 9 ,000.
h aven . co m.
3 bedr o o ms; 2 bath s; f u ll base 9 1 North M ain S treet. L o t si ze :
men t; 1 -ca r g ar ag e. 1 , 798 SF r an ch
. 0 8 acr es; taxe s: $ 6 , 258. L ist ed,
w ith scr een ed p o r ch . $ 3 8 9 ,9 00.
C yn th ia Sh o emak er -Z er r er , L isa
Ja mes O tto , 6 0 9-3 97-56 6 7.
509 Amb erleigh D rive. L o t si ze :
2 bedr o o ms; 1 . 5 bath s; p ar tial u n . 1 7 acr es ; taxe s: $ 7, 96 9. L ist ed, K ate
f in ish ed base men t. C o lo n ial w ith
Stin so n , C allaw ay H en der so n , 6 0 9co ver ed f r o n t an d back p o r ch , f lo o r 43 9-93 43 . ka test in so n . ca llaw ayto -ce ilin g w in do w s, o r ig in al h ar dh en der s o n . co m.
w o o d f lo o r s. $ 3 8 5,000.
3 bedr o o ms; 2. 5 bath s; 1 -ca r g ar ag e. C o lo n ial to w n h o me w ith g ated
p atio , vau lted ce ilin g s, w all o f w in do w s, se co n d-f lo o r lau n dr y r o o m.
$ 3 24,9 00.
42 Carter Road. L o t si ze : 6 acr es;
168 S hrewsb ury Court. T axe s:
taxe s: $ 1 4, 56 9. L ist ed, K ate Stin so n ,
$ 7, 0 25. L ist ed, Su e D eH aven , W eiC allaw ay H en der so n , 6 0 9-43 9-93 43 .
del, 6 0 9-46 8-3 899. w w w . su edeh avka test in so n . ca llaw ayh en der so n .
en . co m.
co m.
3 bedr o o ms; 2. 5 bath s; 1 -ca r g a6 bedr o o ms; 6 bath s; f u ll base r ag e. 1 , 826 SF w ith ce n tr al air , n ew
men t; 3 -ca r g ar ag e. So u th amp to n -in ki tch en an d bath s. T w o st o r ies.
sp ir ed. T w o r esi den ce s o n p r ivate
$ 29 9 ,9 00.
lan e w ith f r u it o r ch ar ds. $ 1,8 9 5,000.
229 Pleasant V alley Road. L o t
7 Benedek Road. L o t si ze : 1 . 88
si ze : . 96 acr es; taxe s: $ 8, 294. L ist ed,
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Flemington, NJ $825,000
New Hope, PA $2,250,000
Lambertville, NJ $675,000
Exquisite 1800 fieldstone home with expansive river views. Living room with fireplace,
library with built-ins and fireplace, sunroom,
elegant dining room and restored kitchen.
2-car barn with workshop and apartment.
A long driveway leads to this private 4 bedroom, 3.5 bath home. Foyer with dramatic
staircase, formal living room with fireplace,
family room with fireplace, chef’s kitchen
and formal dining room. 4 tiered patio.
Stunning home with dramatic views of Cuttalossa Creek. Exquisite family room with
fireplace opens to a terrace. Library with fireplace, formal living room with fireplace, elegant dining room and gourmet kitchen. Pool.
Charming 1854 home filled with elegance and
grace. Beautiful living room, parlor and dining
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bedrooms with tall ceilings and wood floors.
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New Hope, PA $1,199,000
New Hope, PA $1,445,000
Washington Crossing, PA $989,000
Lovely 4 bedroom, 2.5 bath home with open
floor plan bursting with natural light in the Hills
at Hunterdon. Updated kitchen with large island, 2-story great room with fireplace, formal
dining room and living room. Beautiful views.
Gorgeous river front country estate on 3.66
acres. Farmhouse with gourmet kitchen, spacious master suite and hardwood floors. Carriage house, 4 car garage, caretaker’s suite and
second guest house. Magnificent gardens.
Elegant, French 5 bedroom, 4 1/2 bath custom home on 2 acres with luxurious pool
with waterfalls, spa. Grand foyer, great room,
library, sunroom, media theater, master suite
with fireplace, tennis, access to waterfront.
Custom home nestled among tranquil grounds
with pond and gazebo. 2-story foyer flanked by
a formal dining room and living room with fireplace. 2-story family room with fireplace. Gourmet kitchen. 2 bluestone patios. 3-car garage.
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Lambertville, NJ $739,000
New Hope, PA $2,800,000
Ringoes, NJ $647,500
European style center hall colonial nestled
on a country lot. Foyer, living room with brick
fireplace, conservatory, elegant dining room
and new kitchen. Gathering room with stone
fireplace. Finished basement. 3 car garage.
Private home with panoramic views. 2-story foyer.
Eat-in chef’s kitchen opens to a 2-story family
room with fireplace. Formal dining room and living room. Conservatory. Finished, walkout basement. Deck, tiered patios and in-ground pool.
Stately fieldstone manor house on 28.5 acres.
Formal living room with fireplace, elegant dining room, great room with fireplace and chef's
kitchen. Carriage house, tennis court and pool.
9 stall barn. Fenced pastures. 3 car garage.
Custom built colonial with country views.
Cathedral great room with huge stone fireplace. Chef’s kitchen. Oversized 2 car garage.
Separate building with 2 bays, workshop and
office space. Back porch, patio and gazebo.
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Lambertville, NJ $385,000
Stockton, NJ $465,000
Lambertville, NJ $439,000
Updated Cape Cod on 3.21 wooded acres.
Original random width pine floors. Great
room with fireplace. Upgraded kitchen with
stainless appliances opens to the great room.
First floor master suite. Patio. 2-car garage.
1840’s Federal home with spacious front
porch. Living room with floor to ceiling windows and fireplace. Dining room with coffered ceiling and built-ins. Large, eat-in
kitchen. Covered back porch and fenced yard.
Impeccable custom built home set on 3+
acres. Cathedral ceilings in the foyer and
dining room. Sizable living room, great for
entertaining. Family room with wood stove
and exposed stone work. Sunroom.
Beautiful historic home. Original random
width floors throughout. Covered front porch.
Living room with deep set windows and builtins opens to a formal dining room. Remodeled
kitchen. Large deck. 3rd floor main bedroom.
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New Hope, PA $729,000
Doylestown, PA $859,000
Frenchtown, NJ $447,000
Renovated 1850 Colonial home with private entry 1 bedroom, 1 bath apartment
with balcony. Main house has 3 bedrooms,
1 1/2 baths. Parking for 5+ cars. Hardwood
floors throughout. Rare opportunity.
Handsome, circa 1800's stone house. Living
room with opposing fireplaces and beamed
ceiling. State-of-the-art custom kitchen. Dining
room with radiant heat brick floors. Veranda,
in-ground heated pool, patios and Koi pond.
French country home built by Richard Zaveta.
2 story entry leads to a formal living room and
dining room. Family room with fireplace. Gourmet kitchen and breakfast room. Spacious
master suite. Finished lower level. 3-car garage.
2 commercial and 2 residential properties located in the middle of the central business district. 1st floor 1-bedroom apartment and
large, 2nd floor 2-bedroom apartment. Backyard and 2 parking spots. Great rental history.
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AVAILABLE MERSHON CHASE
CENTER HALL COLONIAL WITH IN-LAW SUITE
PRINCETON MAILING ADDRESS
GENTLEMAN’S FARM WITH 13+ ACRES OF LAND
4 AVALON RD, PENNINGTON
4BDs, 2.5BAs, 2-Car Garage
Listed $532,000
2 WOODENS LN, LAMBERTVILLE
4BDS, 3.5BAS, 4+ Car Garages
Listed $639,900
202 CARTER RD, LAWRENCEVILLE
4BDs, 2BAs, 2-Car Garage with Inground Pool
Listed $679,000
68 HARBOURTON WOODSVILLE RD, PENNINGTON
3BDs, 3BAs, Inground Pool,
Gentleman’s Farm Pastures and Barns
Listed $999,000
BEAUTIFUL CUSTOM ESTATE HOME IN PRINCETON
STUNNING BRICK FRONT COLONIAL IN THE FIELDS
UNDER CONTRACT
JUST SOLD
754 GREAT RD, PRINCETON
5 BDs, 5.5 BAs, Au Pair Suite and much more
Listed $2,680,000
13 HUNTERS RIDGE DR, HOPEWELL
4 BDs, 3.5 BAs, 5,212 sq. ft
Finished Basement and Pool
Listed $1,049,000
2 TODD RIDGE RD, HOPEWELL
5 BDs, 4.5 BAs, 14 Rooms in All
Listed $1,225,000
12 ABEY DR, PENNINGTON
3 BDs, 2.5 BAs, Full Basement
Sold $525,000
INCREDIBLE PENNINGTON RANCH
BEAUTIFUL CONTEMPORARY TRADITIONAL HOME
158 E DELAWARE AVE, PENNINGTON
3 BDs, 2.1 BAs, 2-Car Garage
Listed $519,000
34 WOODLANE RD, LAWRENCE
4 BDs, 2.5 BAs, 2-Car Garage
Listed $518,888
RIGHT OUT OF A MAGAZINE SINGLE FAMILY HOME
35 GOVERNORS LN, PRINCETON
4 BDs, 3.5 BAs, 2-Car Attached Garage and more
Listed $1,098,000
SPECIAL VICTORIAN HOME AND GENTLEMEN’S FARM
131 RESERVOIR RD, HOPEWELL
6 BDs, 3.5 BAs plus 11+ acres
Updated Gorgeous Victorian Farm; Adjacent to Riding Trails
Listed $1,100,000
All properties listed by
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Sales Associate
Cell: 609-915-0206
Office: 609-924-1600
UNDER CONTRACT
17 CAROLINA RD, HOPEWELL – HOPEWELL HUNT
5BDs, 3.5BAs, Beautiful Toll Brothers Grand Estate
Listed $1,100,000
Call Roberta or visit her website for complete information
www.RobertaSellsPrinceton.com
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4 MARGARET DR, FRANKLIN
(Princeton Mailing Address)
4 BDs, 3.5 BAs, Hampton Chase House
Listed $649,000
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c u ltu r e o f teamw o r k, edu ca tio n an d sh ar ed
exp er tise , sh e co u ld g u ar an tee su ce s f o r
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an d o n e th at An n D avis h as st ayed tr u e to f o r
h er mo r e th an 3 0 year s as a bu si n ess o w n er
at th e h elm n o w tr adin g as E R A C en tr al R ealty G r o u p .
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c h an g ed, E R A C en tr al R ealty G r o u p co n tin u es to mo ve f o r w ar d. An n ’ s dau g h ter , Step h an ie B ellan o va, h as br o u g h t h er o w n visi o n o f
c h an g e to th e w o r ld o f c en tr al N ew Je r se y r eal est ate. As co -o w n er o f E R A C en tr al R ealty
G r o u p , Step h an ie ke ep s th e co mp an y at th e
c u ttin g edg e o f tech n o lo g y an d tr ain in g .
A ch ar ter member o f th e E R A Y o u n g L eader s N etw o r k, Step h an ie is p ar t o f a n atio n al
dialo g u e sh ap in g th e n ext g en er atio n o f r eal
est ate en tr ep r en eu r s. Sh e co n tin u es to in n o vate o n a lo ca l level w ith h er w o r k in mar ke tin g , tr ain in g , an d su ce sf u l imp lemen tatio n
o f tech n o lo g y, ke ep in g p ace w ith th e mo der n
ag en t as w ell as to day’ s r eal es tate co n su mer s.
B alan ce is ke y, an d An n an d Step h an ie
p ar tn er to main tain th e co o p er ative cu ltu r e at
E R A C en tr al R ealty G r o u p by f o cu si n g o n th e
in dividu al st r en g th s o f ag en ts as w ell as st af f .
In additio n to th e su p p o r t o f an in -h o u se r eal
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o f f er th eir o w n exp er tise in so ci al media
an d tech n o lo g y. T h eir p h ilo so p h y is th at
w ith a co llabo r ative team, bo th ag en ts an d
co n su mer s ben ef it. In An n ’ s w o r ds, “ W e
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bu t in r eality, r eal est ate is in ter dep en den t. ”
As E R A C en tr al lo o ks to th e f u tu r e, th e
in ter dep en den t n atu r e o f r eal est ate
se ems ever mo r e ap p ar en t. T h e p ast f ive
year s in th e in du st r y h ave r ein f o r ce d th e
imp act a h ealth y r eal est ate mar ke t h as o n
its co mmu n ity. An eth ica l, so ci ally r esp o n si ble co mp an y ben ef its n o t o n ly its ag en ts,
bu t th e co mmu n ity as a w h o le. W ith th is in
min d, E R A C en tr al R ealty G r o u p main tain s a
f o cu s o n th e lo ca l co mmu n ities, th r o u g h vo lu n teer ism an d f u n dr aisi n g .
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in itiative by M o ve f o r H u n g er , th e ag en ts co llect ed mo r e th an 2, 50 0 p o u n ds o f f o o d an d
r aise d n ear ly $ 1 , 0 0 0 in 20 1 5 f o r lo ca l f o o d
p an tr ies.
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w ith E R A C en tr al L evin so n o f M o n r o e T o w n sh ip to st r en g th en th e E R A R eal E st ate br an d
in th e ce n tr al N ew Je r se y r eal est ate mar ke t.
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Ann H . Davis and Stephanie Bellanova, broker associates and co-owners
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mp an y in N ew Je r se y an d in th e “ T o p 25 o f
E R A R eal E st ate C o mp an ies” n atio n w ide.
Alth o u g h th e co mp an y co n tin u es to g r o w ,
it st ays tr u e to An n ’ s visi o n f r o m th at f ir st day
in bu si n ess.
In each deci si o n Step h an ie
ke ep s th at visi o n f r o n t o f min d: “ Fo r u s it’ s
abo u t su p p o r tin g o u r ag en ts an d emp o w er in g th em to ach ieve th eir p er so n al g o als. ” It is
a se n timen t f elt by th eir team, an d ech o ed by
an ag en t in th eir B o r den to w n br an ch :
“ Step h an ie an d An n h ave g iven me th e
g r eatest o p p o r tu n ity o f my p r o f essi o n al lif e.
T h eir su p p o r t an d leader sh ip h ave h elp ed me
ach ieve a tr u e ca r eer . T h eir r ep u tatio n make s
me p r o u d each day to sa y I w o r k w ith th em. ”
A f ittin g test amen t to th eir visi o n , an d o n e
su r e to be ech o ed by o f h u n dr eds o f p r o f es si o n als an d co n su mer s w h o h ave been imp act ed by th e leader sh ip o f th ese tw o in n o vative w o men .
ERA Central Realty G roup. 21 0 R o u te
53 9, C r eam R idg e; 6 0 9-259-0 20 0 . 3 3 79
R o u te 20 6 , B o r den to w n ; 6 0 9-298-480 0 .
3 3 3 8 R o u te 9 So u th , Fr eeh o ld; 73 2-46 286 0 0 .
ERA Central Levinson. 3 49 Ap p leg ar th
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5 bedr o o ms; 5 f u ll, 2 h alf bath s;
cr aw lsp ace ; 3 -ca r g ar ag e. 5, 278 SF
C o lo n ial w ith f ir st -f lo o r in -law su ite,
f o u r f ir ep lace s, in -g r o u n d p o o l, lig h ted ten n is co u r t. $ 1,29 5,000.
19 Benedek Road. L o t si ze : 1 . 88
acr es; tax es: $ 25, 521 . L ist ed, R o bin
Fr o eh lich , C allaw ay H en der so n ,
6 0 9-73 1 -4498. r o bin f r o eh lich . ca llaw ayh en der so n . co m.
5 bedr o o ms; 5. 5 bath s; f u ll f in ish ed w alk- o u t base men t; 3 -ca r g ar ag e. T h r ee-level h o me in cl u din g
st u dy, media r o o m, an d g ame r o o m.
P o o l. $ 1,275,000.
647 Rosedale Road. L o t si ze :
2. 0 8 acr es; taxe s: $ 1 6 , 6 6 1 . L ist ed,
Ja n e H en der so n K en yo n , C allaw ay
H en der so n , 6 0 9-921 -1 0 50 .
4 bedr o o ms; 2. 5 bath s; f u ll base men t; 1 -ca r g ar ag e. T u do r w ith f lag st o n e p atio . $ 775,000.
9 Hedge Row Court. L o t si ze : . 58
acr es; tax es: $ 1 5, 40 6 . L ist ed, K ate
Stin so n , C allaw ay H en der so n , 6 0 943 9-93 43 . ka test in so n . ca llaw ayh en der so n . co m.
5 bedr o o ms; 3 . 5 bath s; f u ll f in ish ed base men t; 2-ca r g ar ag e. C o lo n ial o n cu l-de-sa c w ith p r ivate back yar d, bedr o o m an d f u ll bath o n f ir st
f lo o r . $ 615,000.
29 23 M ain S treet. L o t si ze : . 42
acr es; tax es: $ 1 0 , 90 4. L ist ed, D avid
Sch u r e, C allaw ay H en der so n , 6 0 93 95-0 444.
3 bedr o o ms; 2 bath s; f u ll u n f in ish ed base men t; 2-ca r g ar ag e. W illiam R o u se H o mest ead. C o lo n ial
st o n e r esi den ce w ith blu e st o n e p atio . $ 559 ,000.
1 Teak Lane. L o t si ze : 1 . 3 3 acr es;
taxe s: $ 1 6 , 271 . L ist ed, Jo e D eL o r en zo , R e/ M ax In T o w n , 6 0 9-895-0 50 0 .
4 bedr o o ms; 3 . 5 bath s; f u ll f in ish ed base men t; 4-ca r g ar ag e. 3 , 0 6 5
SF T u do r w ith ko i p o n d, co n cr ete p atio , deck w ith aw n in g , br ick f ir ep lac e,
o f f ice , den . $ 545,000.
20 Winthrop Road. L o t si ze : . 47
acr es; tax es: $ 1 3 , 6 53 . L ist ed, Jo h n
T er ebey, E R A P r o p er ties, 6 0 9-921 220 0 . w w w . se llin g n j . co m.
5 bedr o o ms; 2. 5 bath s; f u ll base men t; 2-ca r g ar ag e. 3 , 445 SF C o lo n ial w ith cu st o m sh ed an d n ew dr ivew ay. $ 53 5,000.
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This newly renovated kitchen starts with white shaker style cabinetry. The granite countertops complement the
subtle metallic finish of the large glass subway tile backsplash. New oak wood flooring was added to the existing,
then all was refinished in a dark walnut stain. Stainless appliances, hardware and pendant lighting help create this
client’s transitional look. Scan the code below to take a closer look at the finished space.
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3 4 Woodlane Road. L o t si ze : . 43
acr es; tax es: $ 1 1 , 240 . L ist ed, R o ber ta P ar ke r , B H H S Fo x & R o ach , 6 0 9924-1 6 0 0 . w w w . r o ber tase lls p r in ce to n . co m.
4 bedr o o ms; 2. 5 bath s; f in ish ed
base men t; 2-ca r g ar ag e. 2, 795 SF
C o lo n ial. $ 518 ,8 8 8 .
3 1 Carla Way . L o t si ze : . 4 acr es;
taxe s: $ 1 1 , 3 50 . L is ted, M ado lyn
G r eve, C allaw ay H en der so n , 6 0 946 2-250 5. w w w . mado lyn g r eve. co m.
4 bedr o o ms; 2. 5 bath s; f u ll base men t; 2-ca r g ar ag e. 2, 51 4 SF br ick f r o n t C o lo n ial w ith f ir ep lace , cu l-desa c lo ca tio n , n ew h ar dw o o d f lo o r s,
n ew st ain less st eel ki tch en ap p lian c es. $ 49 8 ,500.
16 Nassau D rive. L o t si ze : . 44
acr es; tax es: $ 1 2, 0 81 . L ist ed, B eth J.
M iller , B H H S Fo x & R o ach , 6 0 9-86 5883 3 . beth miller . f o xr o ach . co m.
4 bedr o o ms; 2. 5 bath s; f u ll base men t; 2-ca r g ar ag e. 2, 881 SF C o lo n ial w ith u p dated g r an ite/ st ain less in
ki tch en , h ar dw o o d f lo o r s, g r eat r o o m
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$ 479 ,000.
109 Nassau D rive. L o t si ze : . 8
acr es; tax es: $ 1 1 , 70 6 . L ist ed, B eth J.
M iller , B H H S Fo x & R o ach , 6 0 9-86 5883 3 . beth miller . f o xr o ach . co m.
4 bedr o o ms; 2. 5 bath s; f u ll base men t; 2-ca r g ar ag e. 2, 56 5 SF C o lo n ial w ith o p en ki tch en , h ar dw o o d
f lo o r s, br ick f ir ep lace , w o o d deck
w ith g aze bo . $ 472,000.
3 4 F ackler Road. L o t si ze : 1 . 3 7
acr es; tax es: $ 1 3 , 0 90 . L ist ed, D aw n
P etr o zi n i, R e/ M ax G r eater P r in ce to n , 73 2-50 1 -0 6 86 . w w w . h o u se sb ydaw n . co m.
5 bedr o o ms; 4 bath s; f u ll u n f in ish ed base men t; 2-ca r g ar ag e. 3 , 0 85
SF C o lo n ial. $ 43 9 ,000.
19 M anning Lane. L o t si ze : . 21
acr es; tax es: $ 8, 0 3 0 . L ist ed, M ar th a
M o se ley, C allaw ay H en der so n , 6 0 9921 -1 0 50 .
3 bedr o o ms; 1 . 5 bath s; f u ll base men t. C ap e. $ 3 69 ,000.
172 Copperf ield D rive. L o t si ze :
. 1 1 acr es ; taxe s: $ 7, 884. L ist ed, K ate
Stin so n , C allaw ay H en der so n , 6 0 943 9-93 43 . ka test in so n . ca llaw ayh en der so n . co m.
2 bedr o o ms; 2. 5 bath s; 1 -ca r g ar ag e. V au lted ce ilin g s, g as f ir ep lace ,
g r an ite an d st ain less in ki tch en .
$ 3 63 ,9 00.
1613 Lawrence Road. L o t si ze :
. 48 acr es; taxe s: $ 8, 287. L is ted,
Sco tt W ils o n , C allaw ay H en der so n ,
6 0 9-3 95-0 444. w w w . ca llaw ayh en der so n . co m.
5 bedr o o ms; 2. 5 bath s; p ar tial
base men t; 2-ca r g ar ag e. C o lo n ial
w ith f r o n t-to -back livin g r o o m w ith
f ir ep lace . $ 3 3 5,000.
112 D arrah Lane. L o t si ze : . 1 7
acr es; tax es: $ 5, 979. L ist ed, Jo e D eL o r en zo , R e/ M ax In T o w n , 6 0 9-8950 50 0 . w w w . j o edh o mes. co m.
3 bedr o o ms; 2. 5 bath s; 1 -ca r g ar ag e. 1 , 728 SF sp lit level w ith deck.
Sh o r t sa le. $ 275,000.
18 D evon Avenue. L o t si ze : . 1 4
acr es; tax es: $ 5, 541 . L ist ed, Su e D eH aven , W eidel, 6 0 9-46 8-3 899. w w w .
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3 bedr o o ms; 1 . 5 bath s; f u ll base men t; 1 -c ar g ar ag e. 1 , 221 SF C o lo n ial. C en tr al air . $ 269 ,9 00.
19 1 F ederal Point Boulevard.
T axe s: $ 5, 40 0 . L ist ed, Jo e D eL o r en zo , R e/ M ax In T o w n , 6 0 9-895-0 50 0 .
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3 bedr o o ms; 2. 5 bath s; 2-ca r g ar ag e. T w o -s to r y co n temp o r ar y in 55+
co mmu n ity. $ 245,000.
8 3 Hughes Avenue. L o t si ze : . 1 7
acr es; tax es: $ 6 , 581 . L ist ed, K ate
Stin so n , C allaw ay H en der so n , 6 0 943 9-93 43 . ka test in so n . ca llaw ayh en der so n . co m.
3 bedr o o ms; 2 bath s; base men t.
C ap e. $ 23 5,000.
17 Haveson Avenue. L o t si ze :
. 47 acr es; taxe s: $ 4, 40 9. L ist ed, L o r r ain e M cC o r mick,
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6 0 9-895-0 50 0 .
3 bedr o o ms; 2 bath s; base men t;
1 -ca r g ar ag e. 1 , 23 5 SF r an ch o n cu lde-sa c. $ 225,000.
9 Breckenridge Place. T axe s:
$ 4, 1 29. L ist ed, Jo e D eL o r en zo , R e/
M ax In T o w n , 6 0 9-895-0 50 0 . w w w . j o edh o mes. c o m.
2 bedr o o ms; 2. 5 bath s. 1 , 26 0 SF
to w n h o u se . C o mmu n ity in cl u des
p o o l. $ 179 ,000.
13 20 Colts Circle. T axe s : $ 4, 0 0 3 .
L ist ed, Jo an E ise n ber g , R e/ M ax
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FILM
LITERATURE
DANCE DRAMA MUSIC
PREV I E W
DAY-BY-DAY EVENTS, MAY 20 TO 27
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as s ocia tions , and trai ning organi z at ions ,
s ee B us ines s M eetings in the Su rv iv al G u ide s ection.
Wednesday
M ay 20
Classical Music
Princeton S ound K itchen, Princeton U niversity D epartment of
M usic, T ap lin Au dito r iu m, 6 0 9258-280 0 . p r in ce to n . edu / mu si c.
So P er cu si o n , th e E dw ar d T .
C o n e p er f o r mer s- in -r esi den ce ,
p er f o r ms w o r ks by st u den ts co mp o se r s. Fr ee. 8 p.m.
Live Music
Barb ara Trent, M af alda’ s I talian
Restaurant, 3 6 81 N o ttin g h am
W ay, H amilto n , 6 0 9-587-580 0 .
w w w . maf aldaso f h amilto n . co m. 6
p.m.
open M ic, Alchemist & Barrister,
28 W ith er sp o o n Str eet, P r in ce to n ,
J
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MeeTS cLaSSicaL
The Valinor Quartet gives two performances on Thursday, May 21,
at Raritan Valley Community College. A one-hour afternoon show is
followed by a cabaret-style evening show including refreshments.
The quartet, which presents a unique mix of jazz and classical music,
includes Ben Powell on violin, left, Slava Tolstoy on guitar,
Greg Feingold on bass, and Sergei Teleshev on accordion.
6 0 9-924-5555. w w w . th eaan db.
co m. H o st ed by K evin R o vn er .
R eg ist r atio n beg in s at 9 p . m. 21
p lu s. 10 p.m.
Dance
Paul Tay lor, M cCarter Theater,
91 U n iver si ty P lace , 6 0 9-2582787. w w w . mcca r ter . o r g . 7: 3 0
p.m.
On Stage
An Enemy of the People, Bristol
Riverside Theater, 1 20 R adcl if f e
Str eet, B r ist o l, 21 5-785-0 1 0 0 .
w w w . br tst ag e. o r g . H en r ik Ibse n ’ s
dr ama debates th e th in lin e betw een w h ist leblo w er an d tr aito r .
$ 3 1 to $ 46 . 2 and 7: 3 0 p.m.
F ive M ile Lake, M cCarter Theater
at Berlind, 91 U n iver si ty P lace ,
6 0 9-258-2787. w w w . mcca r ter .
o r g . 7: 3 0 p.m.
Film
Evening M ovie, Hamilton Lib rary , 1 Ju st ice Samu el A. Alito
Jr . W ay, H amilto n , 6 0 9-581 -40 6 0 .
Scr een in g o f “ T h e H o bbit: th e
B attle o f th e Five Ar mies. ” 7 p.m.
National Theater Event, G arden
Theater, N assa u Str eet, P r in ce to n . th eg ar den th eatr e. co m.
Scr een in g o f “ M an an d Su p er man , ” a cl assi c by G eo r g e B er n ar d Sh aw st ar r in g R alp h Fien n es
an d In dir a V ar ma. $ 1 8. 7: 3 0 p.m.
Dancing
Newcomer D ance, American
Ballroom, 1 523 P ar kw ay Aven u e, E w in g , 6 0 9-93 1 -0 1 49. G r o u p
cl ass f o llo w ed by p r act ice . $ 1 0 . 7
to 10 p.m.
West Coast S wing, Jersey
D ance, W est W in dso r Ar ts C en ter , 952 Alexa n der R o ad, W est
W in dso r , 6 0 9-3 75-846 8. B eg in n er
an d in ter mediate lesso
n .s $ 8.
7: 3 0 p.m.
Literati
Writing G roup, Chauncey
S horts, C h au n ce y C o n f er en ce
C en ter , E T S, P r in ce to n . M o n th ly
se r ies p r ese n tin g w o r ks o f f ict io n
an d n o n -f ict io n by lo ca l w r iter s. E mail to [email protected] to ddw g r een w o o d. co m
f o r in f o r matio n . 7 p.m.
Good Causes
Legislative Correspondents
Club , New Jersey Press Association, H amilto n M an o r , 3 0 R o u te
1 56 , H amilto n , 6 0 9-40 6 -0 6 0 0 .
C o c k tail r ec ep tio n , o p en bar , c ar vin g an d p as ta s tatio n s , an d des s er t. T h e s h o w p o k es f u n at th e
year ’ s h eadlin es an d th e f o lk s w h o
mak e th em. R eg is ter . $ 1 43 ben ef its th e s c h o lar s h ip f u n d. 6 p.m.
eV enTS ediTOR:
LYnn MiLLeR
ev ents @princetoninfo.com
Faith
Holiday Hoopla, Beth El S y nagogue, 50 M ap le Str eam R o ad,
E ast W in dso r , 6 0 9-443 -4454.
w w w . beth el. n et. “ Sh avu o t. ” Fo r
f amilies w ith ch ildr en ag es 3 to
2n d g r ade. R eg is ter . Fr ee. 5: 45 to
7 p.m.
Food & Dining
Cornerstone Community K itchen, Princeton U nited M ethodist
Church, N assa u at V an deven ter
Str eet, P r in ce to n , 6 0 9-924-26 1 3 .
w w w . p r in ce to n u mc. o r g . H o t
meals se r ved, p r ep ar ed by T ASK .
Fr ee. 5 to 6: 3 0 p.m.
Gardens
G ardening f or D if f icult S ites,
M ercer County Connection, 957
R o u te 3 3 , H amilto n , 6 0 9-890 980 0 . B ar bar a B r o mley p r ese n ts
h o w to ch o o se th e r ig h t p lan t f o r
each ar ea in yo u r g ar den . R eg is ter . Fr ee. 10: 3 0 a.m.
M eeting, Nottingham G arden
Club , Sw itlik H all, Jo e M ag g io
D r ive, Y ar dville, 6 0 9-587-91 49.
An n u al p lan t exch
an g e. 7 p.m.
M AY 20, 2015
Health
Ey ewear Trunk S how, Campus
Ey e G roup, 1 70 0 W h iteh o r se
H amilto n , H amilto n Sq u ar e, 6 0 9587-20 20 . V isi o n an d h ear in g
p r o du ct s o n disp lay, in f o r matio n ,
r ef r esh men ts, an d h ear in g exams. 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Community Education Program,
Alzh eimer’ s Association, R W J
C en ter , 3 1 0 0 Q u ak er br idg e R o ad,
M er ce r ville, 973 -586 -43 0 0 . “ E f f ect ive C o mmu n ica tio n Str ateg ies. ” R eg ist er . Fr ee. 6 p.m.
Weight Loss S urgery , Princeton
HealthCare S y stem, H amilto n
Y M C A, 1 3 1 5 W h iteh o r se -M er ce r ville R o ad, H amilto n , 888-8978979. D is cu si o n by L isa D o br u ski n , M . D . , a bar iatr ic su r g eo n .
R eg ist er . Fr ee. 6: 3 0 p.m.
Mental Health
M editation U nder the S tars, Raritan V alley Community College
Planetarium, 1 1 8 L amin g to n
R o ad, B r an ch bu r g , 90 8-23 1 880 5. L ed by r elaxa tio n sp eci alis t
B ar bar a C an n ell. Admissi o n $ 7.
Fo r teen s an d adu lts. 1: 15 p.m.
Peer S upport G roup, S outh
Asian M ental Health Awareness
in Jersey , N AM I N J, 1 56 2 R o u te
1 3 0 , N o r th B r u n sw ick,
73 2-940 0 991 . w w w . n amin j . o r g . Stig ma
f r ee atmo sp h er e. R eg ist er . Fr ee.
7 to 8 : 3 0 p.m.
Wellness
D izzi ness: the Causes and
Treatment, Hickory Corner Lib rary , 1 3 8 H icko
r y C o r n er R o ad,
E ast W in dso r , 6 0 9-448-1 3 3 0 .
w w w . mcl . o r g / br an ch es/ h icb r . h tml. L ear n abo u t th e ca u se s an d
tr eatmen t o f dizzi n ess.
P r ese n ted
by E r in M ee, P T , D P T , w h o sp eci alize s in th e tr eatmen t o f p atien ts w ith dizzi n ess,
ver tig o , an d
balan ce dysf u n ct io n . R eg ist er .
Fr ee. 3 p.m.
Hatha Y oga Class, S t. D avid’ s
Episcopal Church, 90 So u th
M ain Str eet, C r an bu r y, 6 0 9-6 55473 1 . w w w . st davids cr an bu r y.
co m. Fo r all levels. $ 5. 3 to 4 p.m.
3 5
Shopping News
Weekly Y oga Class, S ourland
Cy cles, 53 E ast B r o ad Str eet,
H o p ew ell, 6 0 9-3 3 3 -8553 . All levels. $ 1 5. 6 p.m.
Y oga, West Windsor Lib rary , 3 3 3
N o r th P o s t R o ad, 6 0 9-799-0 46 2.
w w w . mcl . o r g . R eg ist er . 6 p.m.
Lectures
U .S . 1
Wednesday s on Warren, Trenton D owntown Association,
So u th W ar r en Str eet, T r en to n ,
6 0 9-3 93 -8998. w w w . tr en to n do w n to w n . co m. M u si c, ar ts,
sh o p p in g , an d f o o d. 11 a.m. to 2
p.m.
Let Us Cater Your Next Party Or Event
Let Us Cater Your Next Party Or Eve
Woodrow Wilson S chool, Princeton U niversity , D o dds, R o ber tso n H all, 6 0 9-258-2943 . “ P o lici es
to P r o mo te C h ild H ealth : W ays in
W h ich Sc h o o ls an d C o mmu n ities
C an P r o mo te C h ild W elln ess. ”
R eg ist er . Fr ee. 9 : 3 0 a.m. to 4
p.m.
S af e Boating Course, Coast
Boating S chool, W W -P H ig h
Sch o o l So u th , 3 46 C lar ksvi lle
R o ad, W est W in dso r , 73 2-2790 56 2. w w w . co as tbo atin g sch
o o l.
co m. R eg ist er . $ 6 5. 6: 3 0 to 10
p.m.
History Talk, M ary Jacob s Lib rary , 6 4 W ash in g to n Str eet,
R o cky H ill, 6 0 9-924-70 73 . H ist o r ian L in da B ar th p r ese n ts D isco
ver
th e M illst o n e V alley N atio n al Sce n ic B yw ay. Fr ee. 7 p.m.
Socials
Y arnworks, Ewing Lib rary , 6 1
Sco tch R o ad, E w in g , 6 0 9-8823 1 3 0 . w w w . mcl . o r g / br an ch es/ ew in g br . h tml. Jo in L ee P elleg r in o
an d f ello w kn itter s an d cr o ch eter s
to tackl e a n ew p r o j ect o r w o r k o n
o n e yo u ’ ve alr eady st ar ted. R eg ist er . 7 p.m.
K nitting Circle, Lawrence Lib rary , D ar r ah L an e an d R o u te 1 ,
L aw r en ce , 6 0 9-989-6 920 . w w w .
mcl . o r g . R eg ist er . 7 p.m.
We are pleased to host your business luncheons,
company
andbusiness
meetings luncheon
too!
We are pleased
to functions
host your
Outdoor Action
Annual M eeting, K ingston G reenway s Association, K in g st o n
Fir e H o u se , H eath co te R o ad,
K in g st o n , 6 0 9-750 -1 821 . w w w .
ki n g st o n g r een w ays. o r g . “ L if e w ith
th e H ives: N o t Alw ays th e B ees’
K n ees” p r ese n ted by D en n is R itten h o u se o f th e Small B ee Stew ar d. R ef r esh men ts. Fr ee. 7: 3 0 to
9 p.m.
Schools
K nit I t, Princeton Pub lic Lib rary ,
T een C en ter , 6 5 W ith er sp o o n
Str eet, P r in ce to n , 6 0 9-924-8822.
w w w . p r in ce to n libr ar y. o r g . Fo r
kn itter s an d cr o ch eter s o f all levels. 7 p.m.
Citize nship Preparation Class,
Princeton Pub lic Lib rary , C o n f er en ce R o o m, 6 5 W ith er sp o o n
Str eet, P r in ce to n , 6 0 9-924-8822.
w w w . p r in ce to n libr ar y. o r g . L atin
Amer ica n T ask Fo r ce o f f er s a se r ies o f cl asse s. 7 p.m.
““
company functions and meetings too!
For Seniors
Welcome to M edicare, M ercer
County Connection, 957 R o u te
3 3 , H amilto n , 6 0 9-890 -980 0 .
w w w . mer ce r co u n ty. o r g . R eg ist er .
6 to 7: 3 0 p.m.
Thursday
M ay 21
Classical Music
Westminster Conservatory at
Nassau, Westminster Choir
College, N iles C h ap el, N assa u
P r esb yter ian C h u r ch , P r in ce to n ,
6 0 9-921 -26 6 3 . w w w . r ider . edu .
Jo h n L an e o n f lu te an d M eg an
H o f r eiter o n p ian o . Fr ee. 12: 15
p.m.
F uma S acra, Princeton Theological S eminary , M iller C h ap el.
w w w . p tse m. edu . “ B ach o n T h u r sday” f eatu r es th e bar o q u e o r ch estr a o n p er io d in st r u men ts. C o n du ct ed by An dr ew M eg ill. Fr ee.
12: 3 0 p.m.
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View,” four headless mannequins gallery-sized installations such as
made of wood, paint, steel, and fab- Karen Kilimnik’s “The Hellfire
ric, dressed as museum security Club episode of the Avengers,”
guards, reflecting on the nameless 1989, that includes speakers blastidentifies of those empowered to ing music from the 1980s. Draped
protect our cultural assets. On the black velvet, mirrors and frames,
day of the press preview for the broken-glass, posters of John Steed
new Whitney Museum of Ameri- and Emma Peel, silver tea pots and
can Art in New York’s Meatpack- candelabra — scatter art like this
ing District, a security guard lean- takes up a lot of space. Built with
ing near the label for this work 4,000 tons of steel to support the
moved quietly out of the way when structure, the new Whitney boasts
she saw, from my squinting eyes, column-free viewing.
All eight floors of the new buildthat I was trying to read it.
ing are conConspicusumed by the
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cel Breuer building.
The new Whitney, designed by America IS hard to see — here in
Pritzker Prize-winning architect this new cultural district, we see
Renzo Piano as a laboratory for art- only the stratosphere, the upper
ists, doubles the exhibition space crust.
Yet through the lens of artists we
the Whitney had in its Madison Avare
transported. Walker Evans and
enue home. As I walk around I unDorothea
Lange show us a side of
derstand the need for the larger
space. Art is so much bigger now depression-era America; through
than the comparatively diminutive the eyes of Alice Neel we see a
canvases of Edward Hopper and Communist activist and union orArthur Dove that filled the 1966 ganizer and a bandaged Andy War-
hol; John Steuart Curry shows us a
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Dunham (father of “Girls” creator
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genitalia of a bather.
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on a rug in front of a mirror; find
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on a nice day, walking through
All Art: Opposite, an exhibition space at the new
Central Park — which robbed time
Whitney. Above, those who take the stairs will find
spent at the museum itself. Now,
a cement staircase from which hangs a light inone need only walk a few blocks
stallation by Felix Gonsalez-Torres. The elevators
from Penn Station to the High Line
and then enjoy a walk along one of
in the new building are also an art installation, the
the city’s most popular tourist deslast major work by Richard Artschwager.
tinations, with views of the Hudson
River framed by Piet Oudolf’s
landscaping in homage to the plant
new building is a sort of homecomof it as the Whitney.”
life that once grew along the rail
He said he wanted his design to ing to the neighborhood where artbed. There’s even art to enjoy along
be an open, accessible space for ist and philanthropist Gertrude
the High Line, including a mural by
artists to imagine what they can do. Vanderbilt Whitney (1875-1942)
Ed Ruscha.
“I call this space a piazza — in Ital- founded the museum in 1930. She
At the Whitney, I remember
ian there are 10 different ways to was an early and ardent supporter
when David Hammons’ 1992 giant
call a piazza. It connects to the out- of modern American art, nurturing
spiky thing made from African
side — the building talks to the city groundbreaking artists at a time
American hair harvested from the
when audiences were preoccupied
and to the rest of the world.”
floors of Harlem barbershops and
The Whitney had been seeking with Old Masters. There is a porSOLID FOUNDATION.
threaded onto bendable wires anto expand since the 1980s; Michael trait of Gertrude on a divan, lookchored in rock was first exhibited
STRONG CHARACTER.
Graves was among those to design ing elegant in a blue and yellow
— it’s nice to see it again in its new
expansion plans. The Breuer build- chemise and green silk lounge paLIMITLESS FUTURES.
home.
ing was vacated in October, 2014, jamas, and a small exhibit of the
And Mike Kelley — I recently
with the closing of the Jeff Koons early Whitney artists — William
saw an exhibition of his work at the
retrospective, and the Metropolitan Glackens, John Sloan, Everett
Pompidou Center in Paris (also deMuseum of Art has an agreement to Shinn, Charles Sheeler, Guy Pene
signed by Piano), and now here is
use it as exhibition space through Du Bois and Berenice Abbott,
his assemblage of stuffed toys and
2023 — visitors will once again among them — on the ground floor.
hand crocheted blankies on home
In the Meatpacking District,
have a chance to view Simonds’
turf. “More Love Hours Than Can
with its luxury hotels, restaurants,
little people in the stairwell.
Ever Be Re“Some day we bars, clubs and boutiques, frepaid,” drawn
may take the quented by the finely dressed, they
from his teen
The new space is a
building back,” still pack meat. Looking down
years in 1960s
home f or risk and insaid director Ad- from one of the terraces I saw the
Detroit, the
am D. Weinberg. bright red products being loaded
novation,
f
or
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pies, rock ‘n’
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Cruise Night, F riendly ’ s, 1 0 3 1
W ash in g to n B o u levar d, R o bbin sville, 6 0 9-426 -920 3 . Featu r in g D J
C r u zi n T u n es, tr o p h ies, f o o d disco u n ts, an d do o r p r ize s. 5 p.m.
World Tavern Trivia, F irkin Tavern, 1 40 0 P ar kw ay, E w in g , 6 0 9771 -0 1 0 0 . w w w . f ir ki n . o r g . H o st ed
by E r ic P o tts. 7 p.m.
For Seniors
Wellness Walk, G rounds F or
S culpture, 1 26 Scu lp to r s W ay,
H amilto n , 6 0 9-6 89-1 0 89. w w w .
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matu r e adu lts. In cl u des br eakf ast
an d demo n st r atio n . R eg ist er . $ 1 0 .
9 : 3 0 a.m.
Sports
Trenton Thunder, Ar m & H ammer
P ar k, R o u te 29, T r en to n , 6 0 93 94-3 3 0 0 . w w w . tr en to n th u n der .
co m. B o w ie. $ 1 1 to $ 27. Fir ew o r ks af ter . 7 p.m.
F riday
M ay 22
Classical Music
Whitworth U niversity S y mphony
orchestra, Princeton Theological S eminary , 25 L ibr ar y P lace ,
P r in ce to n , 6 0 9-497-796 3 . w w w .
p tse m. edu . C o n ce r t f eatu r es
w o r ks by O tto N ico lai, D vo r ak,
an d Sibeliu s. R ece p tio n f o llo w s
th e co n ce r t. Fr ee. 7 p.m.
Live Music
I ncite, Championship S ports
Bar, 93 1 C h amber s Str eet, T r en to n , 6 0 9-3 94-743 7. O n to u r w ith
An aal N ath r akh an d Secr ets o f
th e Sky . $ 1 5. 5 p.m.
M usic and Wine, Hopewell V alley V iney ards, 46 Y ar d R o ad,
P en n in g to n , 6 0 9-73 7-446 5. W in e
by th e g lass o r bo ttle, br ick o ven
p izza , an d ch eese p latter s ar e
available. Jo h n an d M ag g s p lay
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6 to 9 p.m.
Ed G oldb erg, M af alda’ s I talian
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W ay, H amilto n , 6 0 9-587-580 0 .
So lo acco
r dio n . 6 p.m.
Wine and M usic U nder the S tars,
old Y ork Cellars Winery , 80 O ld
Y o r k R o ad, R in g o es, 90 8-284946 3 . P h ido B an d p er f o r ms. R eg ist er . $ 1 0 . 6 to 9 p.m.
Bex M arshall Band, The Record
Collector, 3 58 Far n sw o r th Aven u e, B o r den to w n , 6 0 9-3 24-0 880 .
$ 1 5. 7: 3 0 p.m.
Bob Egan, Bowman’ s Tavern,
1 6 0 0 R iver R o ad, N ew H o p e, P A,
21 5-86 2-2972. O p en mic an d
si n g -a-lo n g n ig h t. 8 p.m.
Art
G allery Talk, Princeton U niversity Art M useum, P r in ce to n ca mp u s, 6 0 9-258-3 788. “ H en r y M o o r e
an d Isa mu N o g u ch i: In f in ite N atu r e” p r ese n ted by T ar a M . K u dr a,
mu se u m do ce n t. 12: 3 0 p.m.
On Stage
Ever Af ter, Paper M ill Play house,
22 B r o o ksi de D r ive, M illbu r n , 973 3 76 -43 43 . M u si ca l. $ 28 to $ 99.
T h r o u g h Ju n e 21 . 7 p.m.
An Enemy of the People, Bristol
Riverside Theater, 1 20 R adcl if f e
Str eet, B r ist o l, 21 5-785-0 1 0 0 .
H en r ik Ibse n ’ s dr ama debates th e
th in lin e betw een w h ist leblo w er
an d tr aito r . $ 3 1 to $ 46 . 8 p.m.
M AY 20, 2015
F ive M ile Lake, M cCarter Theater at Berlind, 91 U n iver si ty
P lace , 6 0 9-258-2787. w w w .
mcca r ter . o r g . 8 p.m.
The Realiza tion of Emily Linder,
New Jersey Repertory Company , 1 79 B r o adw ay, L o n g B r an ch ,
73 2-229-3 1 6 6 . w w w . n j r ep . o r g .
W o r ld p r emier e o f a co medy-dr ama by R ic h ar d Str an d. $ 45. 8
p.m.
The G oldilocks Z one, Passage
Theater, M ill H ill P layh o u se , 20 5
E ast Fr o n t Str eet, T r en to n , 6 0 93 92-0 76 6 . w w w . p assa g eth eatr e.
o r g . A lo o k at mo der n f amilies dir ect ed by D amo n B o n etti. $ 1 2 to
$ 3 5 8 p.m.
The Pillowman, V illagers Theater, 475 D eM o tt L an e, So mer se t, 73 2-873 -271 0 . w w w .
villag er s th eatr e. c o m. D r ama f o cu se s o n an au th o r o f sh o r t st o r ies an d s imilar ities to a se r ies o f
ch ild mu r der s. $ 20 . 8 p.m.
Film
Af ternoon M ovie, Hickory Corner Lib rary , 1 3 8 H icko
r y C o r n er
R o ad, E ast W in dso r , 6 0 9-4481 3 3 0 . w w w . mcl . o r g . “ T h e V o ice s. ”
Fr ee. 2 p.m.
M isery Loves Comedy , ACM E
S creening Room, 25 So u th
U n io n Str eet, L amber tville, 6 0 93 97-0 275. w w w . acm escr een in g r o o m. o r g . T w ist o n mise r y lo ves
co mp an y f eatu r in g Ji mmy Fallo n ,
T o m H an k s, Amy Sch u mer , Ji m
G af f ig an , Ju dd Ap ato w , an d mo r e.
$ 8. 7 and 8 : 45 p.m.
M ovie Night, K user F arm M ansion, 3 90 N ew ki r k Aven u e, H amilto n , 6 0 9-890 -3 6 3 0 . w w w .
h amilto n n j . co m. Scr een in g o f
“ H ar r y & T o n to . ” B r in g a ch air
c u sh io n o r a law n ch air . R eg ist er .
Fr ee. 7 p.m.
Dancing
F riday Night D ance Party , American Ballroom, 1 523 P ar k w ay
Aven u e, E w in g , 6 0 9-93 1 -0 1 49.
w w w . amer ica n ballr o o mco . co m.
$ 1 5. 7: 3 0 to 10: 3 0 p.m.
F olk D ance, Princeton F olk
D ance, Su za n n e P atter so n C en ter , 45 Sto ckt o n Str eet, P r in ce to n ,
6 0 9-91 2-1 272. w w w . p r in ce to n f o lk dan ce . o r g . B eg in n er s w elco me. L esso
n f o llo w ed by dan ce .
N o p ar tn er n eeded. $ 5. 8 to 11
p.m.
Comedy
Carole M ontgomery , Catch a
Rising S tar, H yatt R eg en cy , 1 0 2
C ar n eg ie C en ter , W est W in dso r ,
6 0 9-987-80 1 8. w w w . ca tch ar isi n g st ar . co m. R eg ist er . $ 1 9. 8 p.m.
Comedy Night, S tation Bar and
G rill, 26 25 R o u te 1 3 0 So u th ,
C r an bu r y, 6 0 9-6 55-5550 . w w w .
st atio n bar an dg r ill. co m. R eg ist er .
T w o dr in k min imu m. 8 to 9 : 3 0
p.m.
Wellness
M editation Circle, Lawrence Lib rary , 2751 B r u n sw ick P ike , L aw r en ce ville, 6 0 9-989-6 920 . L ear n
to r edu ce st r ess u si n g meditatio n
w ith r ef er en ce libr ar ian An n K er r .
R eg ist er . 2: 3 0 p.m.
Posture Perf ect, Lawrence Lib rary , 2751 B r u n sw ick P ike , L aw r en ce ville, 6 0 9-989-6 920 . w w w .
mcl . o r g . L ear n si mp le exe r ci se s
to imp r o ve p o st u r e an d in cr ease
f lexi bility w ith r ef er en ce libr ar ian
An n K er r . R eg ist er . 3 : 3 0 p.m.
Nicotine Anony mous, Lawrence
Community Center, 295 E g g er ts
C r o si n g R o ad, L aw r en ce ville,
6 0 9-21 8-421 3 . w w w . n ico tin ean o n ymo u s. o r g . Fr ee. 7 p.m.
For Families
Toddler Tunes, Rob b insville Lib rary , 42 R o bbin svi lle-Allen to w n
R o ad, R o bbin svi lle, 6 0 9-25921 50 . w w w . mcl . o r g . Fo r all ag es
w ith an adu lt. R eg ist er . 10: 3 0
a.m.
Lectures
Computer Classes, Hickory Corner Lib rary , 1 3 8 H icko
r y C o r n er
R o ad, E ast W in dso r , 6 0 9-4481 3 3 0 . w w w . mcl . o r g . Fin d yo u r
n ext bo o k. R eg is ter . Fr ee. 10 a.m.
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Outdoor Action
D edication Ceremony , Plainsb oro Environmental Center,
P lain sb o r o P r ese r ve, 80 Sco tts
C o r n er R o ad, P lain sb o r o . P u blic
ce r emo n y to n ame bu ildin g af ter
C o n g r essm an R u sh H o lt. 10 a.m.
Singles
D ivorce Recovery Program,
Princeton Church of Christ, 3 3
R iver R o ad, P r in ce to n , 6 0 9-581 3 889. w w w . p r in ce to n ch u r ch o f ch r ist . co m. N o n -den o min atio n al
su p p o r t g r o u p . Fr ee. 7: 3 0 p.m.
Socials
F irkin F riday , F irkin Tavern, 1 40 0
P ar kw ay Aven u e, E w in g , 6 0 9771 -0 1 0 0 . w w w . f ir ki n taver n . co m.
Featu r in g B lu e P o in t H o p tica l Illu si o n , made w ith g r ap ef r u it j u ice
an d amar illo h o p s. 5 p.m.
For Seniors
K osher Caf e S outh, Jewish
F amily and Children’ s S ervice,
Adath Isr ael C o n g r eg atio n , 1 958
L aw r en ce ville R o ad, 6 0 9-98781 0 0 . w w w . j f cso
n lin e. o r g . Sh abbat p r o g r am an d K o sh er lu n ch .
R eg ist er by E -mail to atdebih @
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S pirit of Princeton, w w w . sp ir ito f p r in ce to n . o r g . P ar ade do w n N assa u Str eet beg in s at P r in ce to n Aven u e an d en ds w ith a dedica tio n
ce r emo n y at M o n u men t H all. 10
a.m.
Classical Music
I van G of f and Cleek S chrey , Raritan River M usic F estival, Stan to n R ef o r med C h u r ch , Stan to n ,
90 8-21 3 -1 1 0 0 . w w w . R ar itan -
Pediatric & Adolescent Medicine
R iver M u s ic. o r g . Ir ish T r aditio n al
an d Amer ica n O ld-T ime M u si c.
$ 25. 7: 3 0 p.m.
Jazz & Blues
Memorial Day Parade
Vidya Vakil, M.D., F.A.A.P
K ai Y ue Benef it: Zhang Aoyue performs at the
State Theater on Saturday, May 23.
Ladies in Jazz S pecial, Candlelight Lounge, 24 P assa ic Str eet,
T r en to n , 6 0 9-6 95-96 1 2. N o co ver ,
$ 1 0 min imu m. 3 : 3 0 to 7: 00 p.m.
Les Paul’ s Trio, The Rrazz
Room, 6 426 L o w er Y o r k R o ad,
N ew H o p e, P A, 888-596 -1 0 27. A
j azz tr ibu te. $ 3 0 to $ 45. 8 p.m.
Live Music
Ex tractus, Johan Weimer, M y S ilent Winter, Championship
S ports Bar, 93 1 C h amber s
Str eet, T r en to n , 6 0 9-3 94-743 7.
$ 1 0 . 5 p.m.
M usic and Wine, Hopewell V alley V iney ards, 46 Y ar d R o ad,
P en n in g to n , 6 0 9-73 7-446 5. W in e
by th e g lass o r bo ttle, br ick o ven
p izza , an d ch eese p latter s ar e
available. T h e L if ter s p lay R & B
an d r o ck.
6 to 9 p.m.
S al I colino, M af alda’ s I talian
Restaurant, 3 6 81 N o ttin g h am
W ay, H amilto n , 6 0 9-587-580 0 .
So lo acco
r dio n . 6 p.m.
Time Traveller, Richard P. M arasco Center f or the Perf orming
Arts, 1 6 29 P er r in eville R o ad,
M o n r o e, 73 2-521 -440 0 ext . 1 3 4.
w w w . mo n r o eto w n s h ip c u ltu r alar ts .
co m/ even ts. A tr ibu te to th e
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D J S poltore, The G rind Cof f ee
House and Caf e, 7 Sch alks
C r o si n g R o ad, P lain sb o r o , 6 0 9275-291 9. Aco u s tic p o p / r o ck.
7: 3 0 to 9 : 3 0 p.m.
Reach Around Rodeo Clowns,
The Record Collector, 3 58 Far n sw o r th Aven u e, B o r den to w n , 6 0 93 24-0 880 . $ 1 5. 7: 3 0 p.m.
Pop Music
Atlantic Wind Ensemb le, ocean
G rove Camp M eeting Association, 54 P itman Aven u e, O ce an
G r o ve, 80 0 -590 -40 6 4. A co n ce r t
o f p atr io tic mu si c. Fr ee w ill do n atio n . 8 p.m.
World Music
The Journey of Love, K ai Y ue
F oundation, State T h eater , N ew
B r u n sw ick.
kyf o u n datio n . o r g . M u si ca l p er f o r man ce s by K C P o r ter
an d C h en g L in , w h o w o r ke d to g eth er o n th e albu m “ G r eater
T h an G o ld. ” C h in ese dan ce ar tist
Z h an g Ao yu e, w in n er o f th e 20 1 3
“ So Y o u T h in k Y o u C an D an ce , ”
p er f o r ms. T h e even in g o f en ter tain men t ce lebr atin g th e ar t o f
dan ce , mu si c, an d si n g in g ben ef its
th e N ew Je r se y U n ited M o ms
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Art
G raf f iti Art Class, Terracy cle,
1 21 N ew Y o r k Aven u e, T r en to n .
C an co n tr o l. $ 20 . R eg ist er . 9 : 3 0
a.m.
Dance
M D E: M odern Classics, K elsey
Theater, M ercer Community
College, 1 20 0 O ld T r en to n R o ad,
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Writer Rememb ers America’ s F irst M ilitary
b y Aleen Crispino
T
hree hundred years ago
at the time of the American Revolution, when the city of Trenton was a
mere village half its current size on
the north bank of the Assunpink
Creek, the tendency to dismiss
New Jersey as the place you passed
through on the way to New York
and Philadelphia was already wellestablished.
Yet precisely because of New
Jersey’s strategic location between
the capital at Philadelphia and the
British troops stationed in New
York City, there were more battles
fought on New Jersey soil during
the Revolution than in any other
colony, says historian and Ewing
resident Larry Kidder, one of nine
authors of a new book titled “The
American Revolution in New Jersey: Where the Battlefront Meets
the Home Front.”
Kidder will be the author-in-attendance at Princeton Battlefield
State Park on Saturday, May 23, for
a Memorial Day celebration billed
as “Washington Returns! Battlefield Encampment and Mini-ReEnactments.” He will be stationed
under a tent amid uniformed re-enactors from the Second Pennsylvania Regiment, who will demonstrate the firing of muskets and cannons, the logistics of dueling, and
the domestic activities of a Revolutionary War encampment. He also
will be available to answer questions and to sign copies of his previous book, which focuses more on
one local militia group, the First
Hunterdon County Militia Regiment, whose members hailed from
what is now Hopewell, Lawrence,
Ewing, and the city of Trenton.
While local residents may be
somewhat familiar with the battles
of Princeton and Trenton and the
deeds of George Washington’s
Continental Army, much less has
been written about the contributions of New Jersey militiamen
during the eight years of the War
for Independence, Kidder says.
The Continental Army was a
voluntary, full-time, professional
army called up by the Continental
Congress at the start of the Revolution and led by General George
Washington. In contrast, the colonial militia system dates back before the Revolution and comprised
groups of part-time citizen soldiers
who had other full-time jobs — 90
percent of local militiamen were
farmers, Kidder says, and some
were blacksmiths or other craftsmen. By 1775 all New Jersey men
between the ages of 16 and 50 were
required to serve. The usual term
was one month, but during the war
militiamen often ended up being
away from their families and farms
for longer periods.
It is the service of these militiamen and how it affected their
homes and families that forms the
subject of the first chapter, written
by Kidder, of the new book edited
by James J. Gigantino and published in April by Rutgers University Press.
The title of Kidder’s essay, “A
Disproportionate Burden on the
Willing,” comes from a quote by
William Livingston, governor of
New Jersey during the Revolution.
“It was his criticism of the militia system because the militia laws
were not well-enforced, and the
militia system had so many loopholes for people to dodge having to
do militia duty,” Kidder says.
A New Jersey man called into
the militia could be exempted because of religious beliefs if he were
a Quaker, for example. He could
also have one of his servants repre-
History Buf f : Larry Kidder, a Ewing resident, is
one of nine contributors to ‘The American Revolution in New Jersey: Where the Battlefront Meets
the Home Front.’ He will sign copies of the book at
the Princeton Battlefield on Saturday, May 23, as
part of Memorial Day festivities there.
sent him or hire another man to
serve that month in his place. He
could simply not show up if he
were willing to pay a fine.
New Jersey’s strategic location
as the “Crossroads of the American
Revolution” meant that a onemonth term could stretch and multiply.
“The whole idea of the militia
was they weren’t supposed to have
to fight unless the enemy came
close to home,” Kidder says. “New
Jersey’s situation, with so much
happening here, that’s really what
caused the militia system to change
from a very part-time system to
darn close to full-time in many cases.”
A
t the same time that militia
service kept a man away from his
farm or business, it imposed other
economic challenges, as well.
“All of his equipment he had to
supply himself, including his clothing, his weapon, anything that he
carried pretty much he was supposed to supply himself,” Kidder
says. “That means there was an
economic problem for the family.
Guns were expensive. It meant that
the wife had to make, mend, and
wash his military clothing, the
same as his civilian clothing. When
he went off on militia duty he had to
take food with him, which came
from home. Once he got out to a
post where he was assigned for a
month, he’d get food there from the
government.”
If a farmer was out on militia
duty, his wife and children would
need to take over his farm duties,
and even his neighbors might pitch
in, Kidder says.
If a man had sons ages 16 or
over, plans had to be made for who
would perform the chores each
month, he says, and those plans had
to include hired hands and slaves.
His research did not find slaves as
militiamen in the First Hunterdon
Regiment, Kidder says, and slaves
were not required to serve in the
militia. He is convinced, however,
that some New Jersey men must
have sent slaves as substitutes. One
man of mixed African and European ancestry did serve in the First
Hunterdon Militia Regiment, Kid-
der says. He was originally an indentured servant who later volunteered with the Continental Army.
The militias tried not to take all
the men from one family together,
Kidder says. They would divide a
company into two or three groups
called classes, and the father might
be in one class, his 18-year-old son
in a different class, and maybe another 20-year-old son in the third
class. This could mean that the father called out for militia duty one
K idder say s he likes
‘ looking at history
through the ex periences and the ey es of
ordinary people.
These are real people
who had real ex periences, suf f ered, and
many times, contrib uted in many way s
that never get recognize d.’
month might send his son as a substitute, and then at the end of the
month, when it was his son’s turn,
the son might stay out for a second
month. And then if the father was
supposed to be out again, the son
might stay for a third month, he
says.
This had the potential to create
conflict between husband and wife,
as well as between father and son.
And sending your son to fight in
your place must have caused a lot
of inner turmoil.
“Remember that when the father
is sending his son out as a substitute, he might be sending his son to
his death,” Kidder says. “So there
might be guilt feelings on the part
of the father who has to send his
son out. In general, men who got
substitutes often felt that kind of
guilt. I have seen accounts by soldiers who got substitutes who said
they simply gave their captain
money to hire the substitute, and
they didn’t want to know who he
hired.”
With husbands who were frequently off serving in the militia,
women in New Jersey assumed
new responsibilities for the family
farm and finances, and then had to
give them up upon their return.
“I have seen studies that, particularly because of the way the militia system was in New Jersey,
women had to take over for their
husbands so much that it was kind
of a spark to recognizing women
being able to do these things that
only men were supposed to be able
to do,” Kidder says.
Kidder was born in Berkeley,
California, where his father was a
graduate student and his mother
was a homemaker, and at age six he
moved with his parents to Bloomington, Indiana, where his father
attended graduate school and
taught film production at Indiana
University.
He has been interested in history
for as long as he can remember. As
a boy in Indiana, he lived next door
to a 19th-century farm house that
had been a stop on the Underground
Railroad, and the woman who lived
there proudly showed the neighborhood children where the slaves
were hidden.
“That got me thinking, I live on a
site where some stuff was happening that was really interesting in the
past, and that kind of thing really
got me started on history,” Kidder
says.
He graduated from Allegheny
College in Meadville, Pennsylvania, in 1967 with a bachelor’s degree in history and earned his master’s degree in history and education there in 1969. He served in the
Navy for four years and taught junior high and high school history
for 40 years, including seven years
at the junior high school level in
Ewing. The last 32 years of his
teaching career were spent at the
Hun School in Princeton until he
retired in 2011.
K
idder has been volunteering
since 1987 at Howell Living History Farm in Hopewell Township.
He began by creating educational
programs, and is now the farm’s
historian. Several years ago, he
says, he was asked by Pete Wilson,
the director of Howell Farm, to research the history of the Phillips
family, who owned the farm from
1737 to 1860. Members of the family served in the First Hunterdon
County Militia Regiment, and Kidder soon realized that to understand
the Phillips family he would have
to expand his research to include
the entire militia regiment.
His 2013 book “A People Harassed and Exhausted: The Story of
a New Jersey Militia Regiment in
the American Revolution” and his
chapter in “The American Revolution in New Jersey” both came out
of this research.
Kidder and his wife, Jane, have
two daughters — Susan, who is a
second grade teacher at Far Hills
Country Day School in Hunterdon
County, and Debi, who teaches history at Butler County Community
College in Pennsylvania.
Kidder says he was told when
doing his research that not many
people would be interested in the
New Jersey militia. He is happy to
report having sold 400 copies of his
self-published book, which is
available online from Amazon and
Barnes and Noble, and he has been
asked to speak at local historical
societies and libraries, at the Old
Barracks Museum, and at Patriots
Week in Trenton.
He believes that it is important
to remember on Memorial Day the
militiamen and their neighbors and
families.
“One of the things that as an historian I like is looking at history
through the experiences and the
eyes of ordinary people,” he says.
“Your average militiaman, your
company commander, even your
colonel of the First Hunterdon Regiment that nobody’s ever heard of.
These are real people who had real
experiences, suffered, and many
times, contributed in many ways
that never get recognized. I like the
stories of those kinds of people.”
Washington R eturns! Battlefield Encampment and M ini-R eEnactments, P rinceton Battlefield Society and the Second
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M AY 20, 2015
For the Young
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holding Youth Leadership conference Monday to Thursday, August
3 to 6, at 707 Alexander Road in
West Windsor. The four-day conference runs from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
and is open to students entering
grades 9 to 12. Student attendees
will receive a certificate for 24
hours of community service.
“In addition to learning the lifesaving skills of CPR, the conferences offer students the opportunity to develop skills in effective
leadership, communication, project planning, and diversity awareness through a variety of activities
during the week,” said Michelle
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North Jersey Region.
Participants will receive Red
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training and certification. Exploring Humanitarian Law engages
students with hands-on activities
and thought-provoking discussions
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fundamental concept of human
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emergencies, Exploring Cultural
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and information about how to start
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The cost of $150 includes lunch
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NorthJerseyRegion to register.
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up, create shots, and position the
camera. Completion of this course
is mandatory for anyone looking to
borrow PCTV cameras.
Lighting Basics, Tuesday, June
9, 6:15 to 7:45 p.m. Taught by David Kelly Crow, the class will cover
the basics of lighting for field and
in studio production. Including
what light size, type, and positioning to use for all your projects. For
beginners, or those needing to
brush up on their lighting knowledge. This class is mandatory before taking out any PCTV lighting
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For the Young
M iddlesex C ounty 4- H offers a
day camp for boys and girls who
have completed grades 3 through 6.
Monday to Friday, July 20 to 24,
from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at 645
Cranbury Road in East Brunswick.
Daily activities include rocketry, theater, archery, scrapbooking,
dance, cheerleading, wilderness
survival, and biking. Friday night
includes an optional sleepover with
campfire and dinner. $170 includes
program materials, lunch, T-shirt,
and field trip. Extended days are
available. Call 732-398-5261 for
information and registration.
For High Schoolers
R aritan V alley C ommunity
C ollege offers a summer health
care career program for high school
students interested in learning
more about nursing or other healthcare careers. Summer H.E.A.T
(Healthcare Exploration and Training), will be held Monday to Friday, July 6 to 10, from 8:30 a.m. to
3:30 p.m.
The first day at the Branchburg
campus includes orientation and a
lab day. The next four days are
based at Hunterdon Medical Center where students will shadow
staff members in nursing, laboratory, pharmacy, physical therapy,
radiology, dietary, and respirator
therapy. $200 includes lunches and
hospital uniforms. E-mail Alison
Campoli at [email protected] raritanval.
edu for information.
Scholarships
N J F ederation of R epublican
Women, through its affiliation
with the N ational F ederation of
R epublican Women, seek nominees for scholarships benefiting
young Republican women. The
deadline is Monday, June 1.
College sophomores, juniors,
and seniors, as well as students enrolled in masters programs, are eligible to apply. Three scholarships
will also be awarded to undergraduate students majoring in political
science, government, or economics.
Applications must include the
completed form, three letters of
recommendation, an official copy
of the applicant’s college transcript, two one-page typed essays,
and an optional photograph. Send
Clothing Drive
H air P lus in West Windsor
seeks donations of women’s business and business-casual clothes to
benefit the Mercer County chapter
of Dress for Success. Bring clean
clothing on hangers or folded in
shopping bags to 195 PrincetonHightstown Road (Southfield
Shopping Center) during business
hours through Tuesday, June 9. You
will receive a tax receipt for your
donation.
Clothing is needed for all sizes
for spring, summer, and all-weather including suits, blazers, dress
pants and slacks, skirts, business
appropriate shoes, blouses, sweater
sets and tops, handbags, jewelry,
scarves, and accessories. Clothing
will not be accepted in garbage
bags. Donations of heavy wool
suits or coats will be accepted at
this time by the charity.
“We chose Dress for Success for
our spring charitable drive this year
for a few reasons,” said Debbie
Meredith, co-owner of Hair Plus.
“First, the organization is helping
women to improve their lives by
providing clothing and career
counseling to those in need. Many
women being helped are single,
working mothers or women in their
50s who were down-sized in their
careers. Second, we have clients
who volunteer with the Dress for
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ROCK BROOK SCHOOL
CELEBRATING 40 YEARS
of providing education services to children with special
needs and support for families and professionals
Please join us for two very special events
Friday, May 29th– Free and open to the public
Family Night/Community Open House
Sponsored by 1st Constitution Bank
The fun takes place from 6:30 pm -9:00 pm at
Rock Brook School, 109 Orchard Rd. Skillman.
Festivities include bounce house, refreshments,
arts & crafts, Zumba demo, DJ and clothing drive.
Sunday, June 7th
S till Running: Susan
Wilson speaks on her
new memoir at Princeton Public Library on
Tuesday, May 26.
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A Celebration of 40 Years
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M ay 24
Hopewell Valley Vineyards from 6:00 – 9:00 pm
includes wine tasting, music, buffet dinner and auction.
$65 per person. Sponsorship Opportunities available.
For more information about these events call
(908) 431-9500 or visit
www.rock-brook.org
Jazz & Blues
Bob S mith and the Amb iance
D uo, D iamond’ s Restaurant, 25
R o u te 3 1 So u th , P en n in g to n ,
6 0 9-73 0 -1 244. T h r ee co u r se j azz
br u n ch . $ 3 0 . Noon to 3 p.m.
Jazzy
S unday S eries, Hopewell
V alley V iney ards, 46 Y ar d R o ad,
P en n in g to n , 6 0 9-73 7-446 5. B ill
H en r y p er f o r ms. 2 to 5 p.m.
Live Music
S tarkill, M alphas, D ark Af ter
D awn, D amien the Cat, Championship S ports Bar, 93 1 C h amber s Str eet, T r en to n , 6 0 9-3 94743 7. $ 1 2. 5 p.m.
Art
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Transform yourself with
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th r o u g h Ju n e 21 . 1 to 5 p.m.
Dance
M D E: M odern Classics, K elsey
Theater, M ercer Community
College, 1 20 0 O ld T r en to n R o ad,
W est W in dso r , 6 0 9-570 -3 3 3 3 .
L yr ica l mo der n dan ce f eatu r in g
th e w o r ks o f lo ca l ch o r eo g r ap h er s, dan ce r s, an d st u den ts.
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to $ 99. 1: 3 0 and 7 p.m.
F ive M ile Lake, M cCarter Theater at Berlind, 91 U n iver si ty
P lace , 6 0 9-258-2787. w w w .
mcca r ter . o r g . 2 and 7: 3 0 p.m.
The Pillowman, V illagers Theater, 475 D eM o tt L an e, So mer se t, 73 2-873 -271 0 . D r ama f o cu ses o n an au th o r o f sh o r t st o r ies
an d si milar ities to a se r ies o f ch ild
mu r der s. $ 20 . 2 p.m.
An Enemy of the People, Bristol
Riverside Theater, 1 20 R adcl if f e
Str eet, B r ist o l, 21 5-785-0 1 0 0 .
H en r ik Ibse n ’ s dr ama debates th e
th in lin e betw een w h ist leblo w er
an d tr aito r . $ 3 1 to $ 46 . 3 p.m.
The G oldilocks Z one, Passage
Theater, M ill H ill P layh o u se , 20 5
E ast Fr o n t Str eet, T r en to n , 6 0 93 92-0 76 6 . A lo o k at mo der n f amilies dir ect ed by D amo n B o n etti.
$ 1 2 to $ 3 5 3 p.m.
G roucho: A Lif e in Revue, Actors’ NET, 6 3 5 N o r th D elmo r r Aven u e, M o r r isvi lle, P A, 21 5-2953 6 94. $ 20 . 8 p.m.
Film
S unday Af ternoon at the M ovies,
Ewing Lib rary , 6 1 Sco tch R o ad,
E w in g , 6 0 9-882-3 1 3 0 . w w w . mcl .
o r g . “ R o se w ater ” tells th e st o r y o f
j o u r n alist M azi ar B ah ar i, detain ed
by Ir an ian f o r ce s w h o r elen tlessl y
in ter r o g ate h im u n der su sp ici o n
th at h e is a sp y. R eg ist er . 2 p.m.
D ocumentary F ilm S creening,
U nitarian U niversalist Congregation, 50 C h er r y H ill R o ad,
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3 to 5: 3 0 p.m.
M isery Loves Comedy , ACM E
S creening Room, 25 So u th
U n io n Str eet, L amber tville, 6 0 93 97-0 275. w w w . acm escr een in g r o o m. o r g . T w ist o n mis er y
lo ves co mp an y f eatu r in g J immy
Fallo n , T o m H an ks, Amy Sch u mer , Ji m G af f ig an , Ju dd Ap ato w ,
an d mo r e. $ 8. 5 and 6: 45 p.m.
Fairs & Festivals
New Jersey Renaissance F aire,
L iber ty L ake , 1 1 95 Flo r en c e-C o lu mbu s R o ad, B o r den to w n , 88886 4-8222. w w w . n j r en f air e. co m.
J o u st in g , sw o r d f ig h tin g , g lass
blo w in g , f alco n r y, bo at r ides, an d
ven do r s. R ain o r sh in e. $ 20 . 10
a.m. to 6 p.m.
Faith
original M ind Z en S angha, F ellowship in Pray er, 291 W ith er sp o o n Str eet, P r in ce to n . w w w .
o r ig in almin dze n . co m. Z en meditatio n an d se r vice s. Fr ee. 6: 45 to
9 p.m.
Food & Dining
S angria K ick of f , old Y ork Cellars Winery , 80 O ld Y o r k R o ad,
R in g o es, 90 8-284-946 3 . w w w .
o ldyo r kce llar s. co m. B r in g a p icn ic. M u s ic by JT R o o n ey. Noon to
5 p.m.
Farm Markets
F armers’ M arket, Hunterdon
Land Trust, D vo o r Far m, 1 1 1
M in e Str eet, R ar itan , 90 8-23 74582. L o c ally g r o w n o r g an ic veg etables, g r ass- f ed beef , ar tisa n
br eads, c h eese s, h o n ey, p ies,
p lan ts, live mu si c, an d f amilyf r ien dly even ts. 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Wellness
Weekly Y oga Class, S ourland
Cy cles, 53 E ast B r o ad Str eet,
H o p ew ell, 6 0 9-3 3 3 -8553 . w w w .
s o u r lan dcycl es. c o m. All levels.
$ 1 5. 6 p.m.
History
G uided Tour, K user F arm M ansion, 3 90 N ew ki r k Aven u e, H amilto n , 6 0 9-890 -3 6 3 0 . Fr ee. 11 a.m.
to 3 p.m.
F arm Ex hib it, Cranb ury M useum, 4 P ar k P lace E ast , C r an bu r y,
6 0 9-40 9-1 289. w w w . cr an bu r y.
o r g . “ Stu lts Far m, E st ablis h ed
1 91 5: 1 0 0 Y ear s o f Family Far min g ” f eatu r es a co llect io n o f an tiq u e f ar m to o ls an d h ig h lig h ts
f r o m th e f ar m’ s 1 0 0 year h ist o r y.
In f o r matio n abo u t th e Stu lts’ an ce st o r s, w h o se ttled in th e C r an bu r y ar ea in th e 1 8th ce n tu r y. T h e
f ar m is lo c ated in P lain sb o r o an d
C r an bu r y. O n view Su n days
th r o u g h J u n e 1 4. 1 to 4 p.m.
Walking Tour, Cranb ury Historical and Preservation S ociety ,
C r an bu r y M u se u m, 4 P ar k P lace
E ast , C r an bu r y, 6 0 9-6 51 -0 6 93 .
w w w . cr an bu r y. o r g . T w o -h o u r to u r
led by R ich ar d M o o dy f o cu se s o n
th e h ist o r y an d ar c h itect u r e o f th e
villag e f o u n ded in 1 6 97. R eg ist er .
$ 5. 2 p.m.
Partners: The Canal Frame-Crafts Gallery exhibit
featuring the works of six artist couples continues
through Saturday, June 13. Pictured: ‘The Boat
Shed’ by David Schleinkofer.
Walking Tour, Historical S ociety
of Princeton, B ain br idg e H o u se ,
1 58 N assa u Str eet, P r in ce to n ,
6 0 9-921 -6 748. w w w . p r in ce to n h ist o r y. o r g . T w o -h o u r , tw o -mile
w alki n g to u r ar o u n d do w n to w n
P r in ce to n an d P r in ce to n U n iver si ty ca mp u s. $ 7. 2 p.m.
British G ardens, English S peaking U nion, K ir by Ar ts C en ter ,
L aw r en ce ville Sch o o l, 6 0 9-443 3 1 3 8. N o r m an d N an cy K lath o f
P r in ce to n talk abo u t g ar den s.
T h ey h ave to u r ed st ately h o mes
an d g ar den s in th e U n ited K in g do m. R ef r esh men ts . $ 1 0 . 3 p.m.
Kids Stuff
LEG o S ession, Princeton Pub lic
Lib rary , 6 5 W ith er sp o o n Str eet,
P r in ce to n , 6 0 9-924-9529. w w w .
p r in ce to n libr ar y. o r g . B u ildin g time
an d r o u n d-table discu
si o n f o r
ch ildr en . 3 p.m.
Lectures
Community D iscussion: The
G oldilocks Z one, Higher Power
Y oga S tudio, 1 0 1 So u th W ar r en
Str eet, T r en to n , 6 0 9-789-81 88.
w w w . h ig h er p o w er yo g a. n et. Acto r s an d w r iter s f r o m P assa g e
T h eatr e discu
s th e n ew p lay.
1: 3 0 to 2: 3 0 p.m.
Birding
Birding Workshop, Washington
Crossing S tate Park, 3 55 W ash in g to n C r o si n g -P en n in g to n
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g mail. co m to r eg ist er . N o exp er ien ce n ec essa r y. B in o cu lar s an d
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in cl u des a o n e-year W ash in g to n
C r o si n g Au du bo n So ci ety ch ap ter member sh ip . 8 a.m.
Birding Trip, Baldpate M ountain,
Fiddler ’ s C r eek R o ad, H o p ew ell,
6 0 9-73 7-1 1 89. w w w . w ash in g to n cr o si n g au do bo n . o r g . P at Szi ber
an d Fr an ta B r o u lik lead th e tr ip
th r o u g h th e T ed Stiles P r ese r ve.
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Memorial Day Events
American Legion Post 401, 1 48
M aj o r R o ad, M o n mo u th Ju n ct io n ,
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w r eath , r emembr an ce se r vice s,
mu si c by th e So u th B r u n sw ick
H ig h Sch o o l B an d, an d r ef r esh men ts. 11 a.m.
Hightstown, D o w n to w n , 6 0 9-490 970 0 . w w w . h ig h tst o w n f air . o r g .
P ar ade beg in s o n Sto ckt o n Str eet
an d f in ish es at th e V FW o n D u tch
N eck R o ad. R ef r esh men ts. Five
w r eath s w ill be p lace s th r o u g h o u t
th e p ar ade r o u te. 9 : 3 0 a.m.
West Windsor, H ig h Sch o o l
So u th , C lar ksvi lle R o ad, 6 0 9-799240 0 . T h e an n u al p ar ade alo n g
C lar ksvi lle R o ad co n tin u es to th e
to w n sh ip bu ildin g . P ar tici p an ts in cl u de dig n itar ies, elect ed o f f ici als,
B o y Sco u ts, G ir l Sco u ts, an d
co mmu n ity g r o u p s. M emo r ial se r vice at th e All W ar s M emo r ial. R ef r esh men ts. Fr ee. L in e u p beg in s
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Mahira Kakkar and Nathan Darrow in Five Mile Lake, photo by T. Charles Erickson
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of young people, yearning to make the
right choices as they journey into their
thirties. Don’t miss this funny, tender,
and heart-wrenching play about those
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Endowment for the Arts.
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R ev iew: ‘ T h e G oldilock s Z one’
b y Neal Z oren
omething is not “just
right” in the established relationships of two separate couples living a New York City subway ride
apart from each other.
Ray (Trent Blanton) is agonized
because a condition affecting his
vans deferens prevents him and his
wife, Franny (Jessica DalCanton),
from having a child together. They
pour over profiles of potential
sperm donors but brand each one
“garbage” whose generative course
they don’t want to continue. Franny, meanwhile, has dubbed her biological clock a time bomb.
Sullen, uncommunicative Andy
(Andy Phelan) cannot tell his partner, Matt (Dan Domingues), what
is making him more unfathomable
than usual. The Passage Theater
audience for Ian August’s world
premiere play, “The Goldilocks
Zone” learns Andy longs to be a father, not so much because he is paternal or that he thought through
how having a child would affect his
life, but because he wants his recently late father to contribute to
another generation via transmitted
DNA. Matt, a divorce lawyer who
supports his and Andy’s domicile,
finds Andy child enough.
August deftly creates an impasse and an issue. Ray and Franny
can’t find the right conditions to
conceive a baby. Andy and Matt
have not discussed children. Matt
doesn’t know about Andy’s craving. Andy knows better than to
broach the subject. Neither marriage can locate the connubial
Goldilocks Zone where all conditions conspire to support and sustain life.
Even in science, the Goldilocks
Zone only allows for life to be possible. It doesn’t guarantee perfection. August’s play gives the impression Ray and Franny, and Andy
and Matt, would be reasonably
happy if each couple could solve its
child-bearing dilemma. It comical-
ly, and thoroughly, delves into all
the snags involved, including the
thorniest, who acts as the father if
Ray and Franny are acquainted
with their donor and that person expects to be involved with his progeny. Franny and Andy, you see,
have negotiated an agreement of
sorts after finding each other on
Craig’s List, an agreement that Ray
and Matt don’t know about and
erupt emotionally from when
they’re told.
August has calculated every
complication, misunderstanding,
and reaction. Even when you can
predict a situation, particularly a
snafu, the author surprises impres-
The conversational
nature of ‘ The G oldilocks Z one’ makes
the play comf ortab le.
Y ou b ecome immediately f amiliar with all
of August’ s characters.
sively by giving it an unexpected
twist. He clearly understands when
to introduce the dramatically necessary and how to give it particular
impact. Confrontations between
Ray and Franny, and Andy and
Matt, teeter between the comic and
the serious as August gives his
characters arch or naively amusing
lines juxtaposed with the sentimental, personal, or just plain angry or
confused.
The general tone is comic, and
Passage director Damon Bonetti
keeps all sophisticated and buoyant
as he deals with three articulate,
dynamic characters and one, Andy,
who is not as confident or as glib as
the others. Phelan plays him with a
dim, but candid, sweetness that has
more to do with his youth and lack
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Tuesday
M ay 26
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On Stage
G roucho: A Lif e in Revue, Actors’ NET, 6 3 5 N o r th D elmo r r Aven u e, M o r r isvi lle, P A, 21 5-2953 6 94. $ 20 . 8 p.m.
Literati
Plainsb oro Writers’ G roup,
Plainsb oro Pub lic Lib rary , 9
V an D o r en Str eet, 6 0 9-275-2897.
Sh ar e w o r ks in p r o g r ess w ith bo th
p u blish ed an d u n p u blish ed au th o r s. 6: 3 0 p.m.
Comedy
open M ic and Workshop, Eric
Potts, T r en to n E lks C lu b, 42 D eco u Aven u e, E w in g . 7: 3 0 p.m.
Kids Stuff
M usic F un Club , F arringtons
M usic, M o n tg o mer y Sh o p p in g
C en ter , 1 3 25 R o u te 20 6 , Ski llman , 6 0 9-924-8282. E xp lo r e mu si ca l in st r u men ts an d th eo r y. M u si c r elated g ames an d act ivities.
L ear n to p lay bas ic g u itar an d p ian o . 7 to 8 p.m.
Sports for Causes
Walkathon F or Nepal, American
Red Cross, M er ce r C o u n ty P ar k,
1 3 46 E din bu r g R o ad, P r in ce to n
Ju n ct io n . g o o g le. co m/ si te/ w alk ath o n 4n ep al/ . 1 K , 3 K , o r 5K . W alk
beg in s at 1 0 a. m. , en ter tain men t
an d act ivities at 1 1 a. m. $ 20 , ch ildr en 1 2 an d u n der f r ee. 9 a.m. to
3 p.m.
Live Music
K eith F ranklin Jazz Q uartet,
Witherspoon G rill, 57 W ith er sp o o n Str eet, P r in ce to n , 6 0 9-9246 0 1 1 . 6: 3 0 to 10 p.m.
open M ic, Trenton S ocial Bar
and Restaurant, 449 So u th
B r o ad Str eet, T r en to n , 6 0 9-9897777. 8 p.m.
Pop Music
Rehearsal, M onroe Township
Chorus, M o n r o e Sen io r C en ter ,
1 2 H alse y R o ad, M o n r o e, 6 0 96 1 9-3 229. E -mail sh eila1 1 20 @
g mail. co m. 9 : 3 0 a.m.
Art
Art Ex hib it, Princeton D ay
S chool, T h e G r eat R o ad, P r in ce to n , 6 0 9-924-6 70 0 . w w w . p ds. o r g .
Fir st day f o r se n io r p r o j ect s in th e
visu al ar ts. O n view to Ju n e 5. 5
p.m.
On Stage
F ive M ile Lake, M cCarter Theater
at Berlind, 91 U n iver si ty P lace ,
6 0 9-258-2787. w w w . mcca r ter .
o r g . 7: 3 0 p.m.
Dancing
Argentine Tango, Jersey D ance,
W est W in dso r Ar ts C en ter , 952 Alexa n der R o ad, W est W in dso r ,
6 0 9-3 75-846 8. w w w . j er se ydan ce .
co m. All level lesso
n s. $ 1 2. 7: 3 0
p.m.
of professional training than lack
of native intelligence.
Andy has the most difficult time,
but all the characters can express
their inner feelings and responses.
Each has a monologue that gives
salient background, reveals how
his or her spouse was met, and talks
about dreams and ambitions.
The conversational nature of
“The Goldilocks Zone” makes the
play comfortable. You become immediately familiar with all of August’s characters, and the actors
each display traits and personalities that make their character individual and distinct.
Each copes with something
deeply internal, which gives August’s play texture. Ray is filled
with guilt about not being able to
provide Franny with the child she’s
envisioned since she was a girl and
determined that having a family
was part of the meaning of life. Ray
is also angry that his child will be
someone else’s. He is sensitive
about being the father in all ways
aside from the biological. He particularly bristles at the prospect of
sharing the paternal role, a predicament that arises because Franny is
intent on meeting and approving of
the sperm donor.
Franny is impulsive and impatient. When she meets Andy, she
thinks her problems are solved
while a new set is developing. Andy is one-track about being a father.
A guy who cannot achieve anything is dogged about doing research and following through about
having a child.
Matt is the most unaffected. Andy’s paternal desires are news to
him, and he greets them with a
whimsical stare, a questioning expression, and a lawyer’s penchant
for getting to the facts and coming
to a compromise. Matt is more bemused than miffed, but he is also
intent on establishing Andy’s interest and future access to any child he
sires.
I nternational F olk D ance, Princeton F olk D ance, K r ist in a Jo h n so n P o p -U p Stu dio , P r in ce to n
Sh o p p in g C en ter , 6 0 9-921 -93 40 .
w w w . p r in ce to n f o lk dan ce . o r g . E th n ic dan ce s o f man y co u n tr ies u s in g o r ig in al mu si c. B eg in n er s w elco me. L esso
n f o llo w ed by dan ce .
N o p ar tn er n eeded. $ 5. 7: 3 0 to
9 : 3 0 p.m.
Literati
Book D iscussion G roup, Ewing
Lib rary , 6 1 Sco tch R o ad, E w in g ,
6 0 9-882-3 1 3 0 . w w w . mcl . o r g . “ B ein g M o r tal: M edici n e an d W h at
M atter s in th e E n d” by Atu l G aw an de. R eg ist er . 7 p.m.
Faith
American Jewish Ex perience
Lecture S eries, Jewish Historical S ociety of Central Jersey ,
Je w ish Family Ser vice s, 52 C o n co r dia Sh o p p in g C en ter , M o n r o e,
73 2-249-4894. “ B u ildin g N ew
L ives Af ter th e Sh o ah : N ew Je r se y’ s R o le” p r ese n ted by R o n ald
B ecke r , h ead o f sp eci al co llec tio n s an d u n iver s ity ar ch ives at
R u tg er s U n iver si ty an d ch air o f
th e M iddlese x C o u n ty C u ltu r al
an d H er itag e C o mmissi o n . $ 2. 10
a.m.
Kids Stuff
D andy D andelions Class, S tony
Brook- M illstone Watershed Association, 3 1 T itu s M ill R o ad,
P en n in g to n , 6 0 9-73 7-7592. w w w .
th ew ater sh ed. o r g . K ids 3 to 5
lear n abo u t th e f lo w er . R eg ist er .
$ 1 5. 10 a.m.
Nurturing Nature, Tulpehaking
Nature Center, 1 57 W est co tt Aven u e, H amilto n , 6 0 9-3 0 3 -0 70 4.
C h ildr en 3 to 5 ca n se ar ch f o r
mu lti-leg cr eatu r es, disse ct a
The G oldilocks Z one: Jessica DalCanton, back
left, and Trent Blanton, and Dan Domingues, front
left, and Andy Phelan.
August is fair about giving each
of the quartet his or her due. From
the fine acting of the cast and August’s revealing script, we know
who these people are and come to
care about them, even the distant
Matt and argumentative Ray. August, Bonetti, and company have
done an excellent job at letting us
understand what condition might
constitute a Goldilocks Zone for
each, and we like everyone so
much, we root for them to find that
ideal combination of elements.
The complications we see are
human and are informed by love.
The discussions, and even the confusions, derive from life and have
an authentic feel reinforced by the
familiarity with which the actors
endow their characters.
Matt is the most basic. He wants
the least and has the smallest stake
in biological clocks ticking. Dan
Domingues is superbly natural in
the role, giving Matt a sense of irony and a core of reality that gives
him an equal role in a drama that
more nearly concerns the others.
Jessica DalCanton provides
snap and energy as Franny, who is
p lan t o r f lo w er s, an d exp lo r e th e
p ar k f o r bir ds an d f r o g s w ith g u idan ce f r o m th e n atu r alist st af f .
E ach th emed p r o g r am in cl u des a
st o r y o r exp er imen t, an o u tdo o r
h ike , an d a cr af t. $ 45. R eg ist er . 10
a.m.
I nsect S af ari Class, S tony
Brook- M illstone Watershed Association, 3 1 T itu s M ill R o ad,
P en n in g to n , 6 0 9-73 7-7592. K ids
6 to 1 0 exp lo r e th e r ese r ve w ith a
teach er -n atu r alist . R eg ist er . $ 1 0
member s, $ 1 5 n o n -member s.
4: 15 p.m.
Lectures
M onthly M eeting, Princeton PC
U sers G roup, L aw r en ce L ibr ar y,
2751 R o u te 1 So u th , 6 0 9-883 526 2. w w w . p p cu g -n j . o r g . T ech n ica l p r eview o f W in do w s 1 0 , w ith
D avid F. So ll, p r esi den t an d C T O
o f O micr o n D evelo p men t. 7 p.m.
Phy llis M archand Lecture, Princeton Pub lic Lib rary , C o n f er en ce
R o o m, 6 5 W ith er sp o o n Str eet,
P r in ce to n , 6 0 9-924-9529. Su sa n
W ilso n , au th o r o f “ Still R u n n in g : A
M emo ir , ” a P r in ce to n r esi den t,
an d an advo ca te f o r se xu ality edu ca tio n p r o g r ams in p u blic
sch
o o ls. 7 p.m.
Singles
Pizza Night, Y ardley S ingles,
V in ce ’ s, 25 So u th M ain Str eet,
Y ar dley, P A, 21 5-73 6 -1 288. w w w .
yar dleysi n g les. o r g . R eg ist er . 6
p.m.
Trivia
World Tavern Trivia, Wildf lowers
Too, 255 R o u te 1 56 , Y ar dville,
6 0 9-585-5483 . w w w . w ildf lo w er s to o . co m. H o st ed by E r ic P o tts. 7
p.m.
so devoted to motherhood, you
want to present her with a baby.
Trent Blanton gives Ray a lot of
range. You see the contained, composed seventh grade teacher going
through a convincing gamut as he
considers surrogate fatherhood and
all it means — whether he and
Franny know the donor’s identity
or not.
Phelan is downright lovable and
downright frustrating as Andy,
someone who works on childlike
impulses that contrast with Franny’s adult compulsion. He shows
Andy’s angst while struggling to
put his desires into words.
Matthew R. Campbell’s set captures two New York apartments
perfectly. Robin I. Shane chooses
excellent clothing for Matt and Ray
while making Andy a tad retro and
giving Franny an odd ensemble or
two.
T he G oldilocks Z one, P assage
T heater, Mill Hill Playhouse, 205
East Front Street, Trenton. Through
Sunday, May 31,Thursday through
Saturday, 8 p.m., and Sunday, 3
p.m. $12 to $35. 609392076
or
www.passagetheatre.org.
Wednesday
M ay 27
Live Music
S ing Along with S culpture,
G rounds F or S culpture, 1 26
Scu lp to r s W ay, H amilto n , 6 0 9584-780 0 . G ath er r o u n d th e p ian o
at R at’ s r est au r an t w ith Sew ar d
Jo h n so n , scu
lp to r an d f o u n der o f
G FS. 5 to 7 p.m.
Barb ara Trent, M af alda’ s I talian
Restaurant, 3 6 81 N o ttin g h am
W ay, H amilto n , 6 0 9-587-580 0 . 6
p.m.
open M ic, Alchemist & Barrister,
28 W ith er sp o o n Str eet, P r in ce to n ,
6 0 9-924-5555. H o st ed by K evin
R o vn er . R eg ist r atio n beg in s at 9
p . m. 21 p lu s. 10 p.m.
On Stage
An Enemy of the People, Bristol
Riverside Theater, 1 20 R adcl if f e
Str eet, B r ist o l, 21 5-785-0 1 0 0 .
w w w . br tst ag e. o r g . H en r ik Ibse n ’ s
dr ama debates th e th in lin e betw een w h ist leblo w er an d tr aito r .
$ 3 1 to $ 46 . 2 and 7: 3 0 p.m.
F ive M ile Lake, M cCarter Theater
at Berlind, 91 U n iver si ty P lac e,
6 0 9-258-2787. 7: 3 0 p.m.
Film
Evening M
b rary , 1 Ju
Jr . W ay, H
Scr een in g
G ames: M
p.m.
ovie, Hamilton List ice Samu el A. Alito
amilto n , 6 0 9-581 -40 6 0 .
o f “ T h e H u n g er
o cki n g j ay P ar t 1 . ” 7
M AY 20, 2015
Dancing
Kids Stuff
Newcomer D ance, American
Ballroom, 1 523 P ar kw ay Aven u e, E w in g , 6 0 9-93 1 -0 1 49. G r o u p
cl ass f o llo w ed by p r act ice . $ 1 0 . 7
to 10 p.m.
West Coast S wing, Jersey
D ance, W est W in dso r Ar ts C en ter , 952 Alexa n der R o ad, W est
W in dso r , 6 0 9-3 75-846 8. B eg in n er
an d in ter mediate lesso
n s. $ 8.
7: 3 0 p.m.
D andy D andelions Class, S tony
Brook- M illstone Watershed Association, 3 1 T itu s M ill R o ad,
P en n in g to n , 6 0 9-73 7-7592. K ids
3 to 5 lear n abo u t th e f lo w er . R eg ist er . $ 1 0 member s, $ 1 5 n o n member s. 1 p.m.
Fairs & Festivals
Carnival, Law Enf
Against D rugs, M
P ar k, O ld T r en to n
W in dso r . leadr u g s.
mo r e. Fr ee admissi
in g . 5 to 10 p.m.
orcement
er ce r C o u n ty
R o ad, W est
o r g . R ides an d
o n an d p ar k-
Food & Dining
Cornerstone Community K itchen, Princeton U nited M ethodist
Church, N assa u at V an deven ter
Str eet, P r in ce to n , 6 0 9-924-26 1 3 .
H o t meals se r ved, p r ep ar ed by
T ASK . Fr ee. 5 to 6: 3 0 p.m.
Wellness
National S enior Health And F itness D ay , PEAC F itness, 1 440
L o w er Fer r y R o ad, E w in g , 6 0 9883 -20 0 0 . “ If Y o u K eep M o vin g ,
Y o u ’ ll K eep Imp r o vin g , ” in cl u des
c o mp limen tar y h ealth scr een in g s,
h ealth y s n acks,
an d co mp etitio n .
9 a.m. to noon.
Hatha Y oga Class, S t. D avid’ s
Episcopal Church, 90 So u th
M ain Str eet, C r an bu r y, 6 0 9-6 55473 1 . Fo r all levels . $ 5. 3 to 4
p.m.
Weekly Y oga Class, S ourland
Cy cles, 53 E ast B r o ad Str eet,
H o p ew ell, 6 0 9-3 3 3 -8553 . All levels. $ 1 5. 6 p.m.
Tai Chi F or Beginners, S outh
Brunswick Lib rary , 1 1 0 K in g st o n
L an e, M o n mo u th Ju n ct io n , 73 23 29-40 0 0 . w w w . sb p l. in f o . Six
cl ass se s si o n th r o u g h Ju ly 1 . $ 6 0 ,
ch ecks
an d mo n ey o r der s o n ly. 7
p.m.
Lectures
Trolley Talk, Lawrence Lib rary ,
2751 B r u n sw ick P ike , L aw r en ce ville, 6 0 9-989-6 920 . H ist o r ian an d
libr ar y co mmissi o n er D en n is W ater s talks abo u t tr o lley lin es in
L aw r en ce T o w n sh ip . R eg ist er . 7
p.m.
Schools
Citize nship Preparation Class,
Princeton Pub lic Lib rary , C o n f er en ce R o o m, 6 5 W ith er sp o o n
Str eet, P r in ce to n , 6 0 9-924-8822.
L atin Amer ica n T ask Fo r ce o f f er s
a se r ies o f cl asse s. 7 p.m.
Colleges
open House, Raritan V alley
Community College, 1 1 8 L amin g to n R o ad, B r an ch bu r g , 90 8253 -6 6 88. w w w . r ar itan val. edu .
Fo r p r o sp ect ive s tu den ts an d th eir
f amilies. R eg ist er . 4: 3 0 to 6 p.m.
Shopping News
Wednesday s on Warren, Trenton
D owntown Association, So u th
W ar r en Str eet, T r en to n , 6 0 9-3 93 8998. M u si c, ar ts, sh o p p in g , an d
f o o d. 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Socials
Y arnworks, Ewing Lib rary , 6 1
Sco tch R o ad, E w in g , 6 0 9-8823 1 3 0 . T ackl e a n ew p r o j ect o r
w o r k o n o n e yo u ’ ve alr eady st ar ted. R eg ist er . 7 p.m.
Toastmasters Club , S tray er U niversity , T h o mas G . W ech sn er
D r ive at O f f ice R o ad, L aw r en ce ville, 6 0 9-40 6 -76 29. M ember s
meet to deliver an d evalu ate p r ep ar ed an d imp r o mp tu sp eech es
to beco me better sp eake r s an d
leader s. R SV P . 7 p.m.
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WoM EN
I n search of a woman w ith a se n se o f
h u mo r . I am D W M , edu ca ted, se mi-r etir ed, f in an ci ally se cu r e, n o t bad lo o ki n g ,
w ar m h ear ted an d a g r eat dan ce r ( year s
ag o ) . I en j o y mo vies, p lays, tr avel, an d
mu se u ms. I do n ’ t do dr u g s o r sm o ke bu t
I h ave been kn o w n to h ave a dr in k. I am
a n ice g u y, easy g o in g , w ar m an d af f ectio n ate. P lease in cl u de a p h o n e n u mber
an d yo u r r esp o n se . Box 23 8 43 4.
Looking f or an outgoing person.
SB M 48, 1 80 lbs, 5’ 1 1 ” . L ig h t-co mp lexio n ed, mediu m bu ild, sh aved h ead,
bear d, lig h t br o w n eyes. I am a n o n sm o ke r , h o n est , ki n d-h ear ted, tr u st w o r th y, o ca si o n al dr in ke r , do w n -to -ear th ,
matu r e, an d easy to talk to an d be w ith .
I lo ve to co o k, bu t also like to din e o u t
w ith a lo vely lady. I like g o o d co n ver sa tio n , w alks in th e p ar k, ar t, tr avelin g ,
dan ci n g , baske tball, mo vies,
mu si c,
r eadin g , lo n g dr ives,
h u mo r , q u iet
n ig h ts, o u tdo o r act ivities, r o man tic st u f f ,
an d w in do w -sh o p p in g . I’ m a h an dyman .
I en j o y lau g h in g an d maki n g p eo p le
lau g h . I do n o t p lay h ead g ames. Seekin g a w o man th at like s do o r s o p en f o r
h er , lo ves r o se s, an d ag r ees lif e is to o
sh o r t. M y lady mu st be do w n to ear th
an d w an t a lo n g -ter m r elatio n sh ip . I p r ef er a w o man w h o do es n o t h ave a lo t o f
h an g -u p s. M y lady mu st deman d r esp ect an d sh e w ill g et it w ith me. I am
h ealth y an d f it. I’ m lo o ki n g f o r a w o man
w ith a p o si tive attitu de w h o lo ves lif e
an d w an ts to f u lf ill w h at sh e h as been
missi n g . P eo p le sa y I’ m a h an dso me
man , bu t I w ill leave th at u p to yo u . W r ite
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to th is r eader . W an t to meet an exce p tio n al g u y — br ig h t, f it, co mp assi o n ate
w ith a se n se o f h u mo r . Y o u to o mu st be
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6 0 year s yo u n g . Box 23 9 122
S pring M agic: SW M - I am a f in an ci ally se c u r e h ap p y p er so n w ith a g o o d
se n se o f h u mo r an d n ice eyes. I am also
a cu r r en t st u den t. I en j o y th e sm all
th in g s in lif e like su n se ts an d r ain bo w s. I
en j o y mo vies, p lays, an d mu se u ms. I
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m
divo r ce d, o r w ido w 55 year s o r o lder .
B lo n de h air , 5’ 9’ tall, w eig h t 1 70 . So meo n e w h o h as a g o o d se n se o f h u mo r an d
n o h an g -u p s. I h ave n o bag g ag e an d a
w ido w . I do n ’ t p lay min d g ames an d
lo o ki n g to meet a ki n d, h o n est , do w n -to ear th C au ca si an g en tleman . If th at’ s
yo u g et in to u ch w ith me. I lo ve th e o u tdo o r s, sh o r e, an d th e si mp le th in g s in
lif e. A g en tleman in ter est ed in do in g
si mp le th in g s. If yo u ’ r e r etir ed th at’ s a
p lu s an d a n o n -sm o ke r . I’ m a w ido w .
Box 23 9 274 .
WoM EN S EEK I NG
S ummer Nights (and D ay s): D W F,
to ld p r etty, matu r e lo o ks/ act s yo u n g er . I
am a member o f th e 2 D cl u b ( do yo u g et
w h at I mean ? ) I am in se ar ch o f a ver y
attr act ive, cl ean -sh aven w h ite male, 40 6 0 year s o ld, abo u t 5’ 1 0 ’ to 6 ’ f o r a datin g r elatio n sh ip . P r ef er n o n -sm o ke r , n o
h eavy dr in ke r s o r p layer s. P lease be
n o n -h ir u su te an d emp lo yed ( p r o f essi o n al) p r ef er r ed. L et’ s make th is su mmer a se aso n to r emember an d g o o n
w ith a w o n der f u l f u tu r e to g eth er . P lease
se n d a p h o to w ith yo u r r ep ly. Box
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A Cop Whose Tickets Are S omething to Laugh Ab out
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b y Ron S hapella
aybe the line “a retired cop
walks into a nightclub” isn’t the best opening
for a bit of comedy, but real life has its own
zingers. And as retired cop turned nightclub
comedian Eric Potts, 50, puts it, it was mostly by accident or inertia or attention seeking
that got him into the funny business.
The youngest of three kids in Jackson
Township, New Jersey, Potts served as an
Army military police officer in Germany and
Virginia during the 1980s, and then as a police officer and detective in Plainsboro for 25
years, before retiring four years ago.
Then he got himself a new act and started
working with a radio station at the Jersey
shore, doing commercial voice-overs. “I’d
be hired by smaller radio stations — commercials, corporate training videos,” Potts
says. “It’s fun. There’s a lot of acting involved in it because you sort of have to become the character in the ad. I’ve always
been a ham. I enjoyed being on the radio. But
I also love comedy,” he says.
Now Potts has a steady gig at Catch a Rising Star at the Hyatt Regency in Princeton’s
Carnegie Center off Route 1, warming up the
crowd with a brand of humor that — as his
Youtube videos show — is both R-rated and
self-deprecating.
There is a temptation to think that the police in the course of their work are supplied
with enough material for unending novels
about the human condition. They’re seen it
all, right? And Potts starts with the many creative attempts to get out of moving violations
by certain drivers who are not bashful at all
about their willingness to do absolutely anything to avoid getting a ticket.
But for Potts, his experience as a policeman is a minor part of his comic routines. “In
the beginning of my set I may talk about it.
But I don’t dwell on it. I write about my life
in general. There’s a lot of inside stuff that
cops would understand, but not the general
public,” he says.
“I talk about mainly my wife, my kids, life
in general. I’m a hypochondriac so I talk
about that. My kids get on my nerves sometimes, so I talk about that. Plenty of comics
talk about their kids and marriage, but it’s
how you spin it and talk about it that makes it
funny.”
Growing up the youngest, he says he felt
compelled to be heard. His late father was a
police chief in Manalpan, and his mother is a
supervisor at a company in Egg Harbor that
makes flower arrangements. His brother
works as a medical equipment salesman in
Florida and his sister lives in Delanco and
works for a medical billing company. Potts’
wife is a receptionist for an association management company in Hamilton.
“I guess I was an attention seeker,” he
says. “My parents got separated early on
when I was eight, and between my brother,
sister, and me, I always tried to get attention.
I remember I always told my mother I wanted to be a stunt man. I’d ride my bike over
things, tried to impress everybody.”
He remembers listening to Richard Pryor
records with his brother when they were
boys. “My father didn’t appreciate the language,” he says. Potts also counts Steve Martin as an early influence.
Today Potts commands attention on stage.
His voice will definitely reach the back row
of a theater, and his style can be easily described as voluble as it is blue. “My whole
life I was told I was funny. I was a jokester in
high school. I went in the Army and people
told me I was funny. You can be funny in front
of your friends all you want, but when you
step on the stage it’s completely different. It’s
about getting your stories out there to the audience in a way they can relate to,” he says.
Indeed, Potts does not spare his next of kin
when searching for a laugh. One of his YouTube clips is a bit where he depicts his kids (a
son, 20, attending Mercer County Community College, a daughter graduating from
Ewing High School and bound for Montclair
State University in the fall, and another son
who is finishing his junior year at Ewing
High School) telling him his father’s day gift
was in the garage. Next, he says, he went into
the garage and found a huge box with a bow
on it. “Go ahead, open it,” they told him, and
he did, only to find it empty. “That’s your retirement home,” they said. The bit goes on,
with him coming home the next day driving
a new Corvette. “What’s that?” his kids ask.
He replies, “Your college fund.”
L
ately, he has been giving a boost to
new comics who are trying to get a start. He
hosts trivia nights at area bars, which lends
itself to its own brand of comic charm. But
Monday nights, he says, he emcees a “Comedy Gym” at the Ewing Elks Lodge 105 in
West Trenton.
“We have good attendance,” he says. “We
get comics from Philadelphia, North Jersey.
It’s not just an open mic. We have comics
there who will critique. I’ve had national
touring comics come there. It’s a group of
comics who help each other get better. Signups are at 7:30 we start taking the stage at 8.
It’s a good place for anyone interested in getting into comedy.”
Potts says he appears regularly at Catch a
Rising Star, but that he also gets booked in
other clubs in the New York-Philadelphia
metro area. He also writes regularly and
posts his work on his blog.
The Comedy Cop: Eric Potts retired from the Plainsboro Police
Department and started a second career as a comedian. His
next performance: May 30 at Catch a Rising Star at the Hyatt.
Things haven’t always been a barrel of
laughs for Potts. On the force his own demons left him depressed and suicidal and
eventually led him to become a police suicide counselor and trainer, where he worked
to recognize signs in people who might be
suicidal. He says he did that for 12 years.
“That’s just part of the job,” he says. “Police officers are trained to help everyone else,
but if you’re a cop and ask for help you’re
perceived as weak, so cops don’t do it. I don’t
want to get dark here, but most comics have
a dark side. Being onstage is a form of psychotherapy. You ask if I write about my police officer work. That’s why I don’t.
“There are a lot of things people see as a
police officer that affect you,” he says. PTSD
— post-traumatic stress disorder — affects
police and military personnel alike, Potts
says.
“I would tell any police officer that you
can get out of it,” he says.
Leoncavallo wrote an entire opera about
the leader of a comedy troupe who has his
heart broken and then is driven to madness.
The subject was plumbed through a much
more superficial allusion in the timeless song
by Smoky Robinson and the Miracles, “The
Tears of a Clown.”
Can we call this one, “Tears of a Comic?”
“I think so,” Potts says. “When you do this
job for a long time you realize there are issues that make people a better comic. It’s
there. The demons are there. I’m an old man,
‘ T h e b es t th ing ab out comedy is wh en you get offs tage
and are talk ing to oth er comics — th ere’ s th e s tories ,
and you’ re laugh ing with oth er comics . ’
but I’m a young comic. I’ve definitely
learned from some great people. I’m like a
sponge. I listen to whatever someone wants
to tell me about comedy. The best thing about
comedy is when you get offstage and are
talking to other comics — there’s the stories,
and you’re laughing with other comics.”
Potts notes that his entry into standup was
gradual. “I was in a uniform for 32 years. I
was managing a club where I was able to do
material 10 minutes here and there while still
a police officer. I did all the stuff you have to
do when you’re starting out. You have to
learn to perform, how to tell a story so it
doesn’t sound like it’s rehearsed. Open mics.
“I just happen to be lucky. I’ve been put in
touch with the right people. I do a lot of private shows, a lot of fund-raisers. There has to
be some talent, but I’ve been lucky. And definitely thankful.”
Eric P otts, C atch a R ising Star, Hyatt
Regency, West Windsor. Saturday, May 30,
with Orlando Baxter, 7:30 and 9:30 p.m., and
Saturday, June 6, with James Goff, 7:30 and
9:30 p.m.
C omedy Works, 1320 Newport Road,
Bristol, Pennsylvania. Saturday and Sunday,
June 12 and 13.
U ncle V innies C omedy C lub, 518 Arnold Avenue Point Pleasant Beach. Wednesday and Thursday, June 17 and 18.
T avern T rivia, Wildflowers T oo, 255
Route 156, Yardville, Tuesdays, 7 p.m.
T avern T rivia, F irkin T avern, 1400
Parkway Avenue, Ewing, Thursdays, 6:30
p.m.
For more information, visit www.ericpotts.com.
M AY 20, 2015
Prepping for a Sale
Continued from page 10
And, continues Tustin of Keller
Williams, don’t forget your roof.
“An old-looking roof says ‘I don’t
really care about my house.’ Roofing materials come in a variety too
from typical asphalt shingles, to
wood shingles, to slate. To save
money, you could consider roofing
over existing materials, particularly if there is no rotten plywood to
be replaced.”
Susan Hughes of Callaway Henderson
(suehughes.callawayhenderson.com) has another piece
of advice, related to the timing of
your decision. “During the summer
months the real estate market, like
many people, usually takes a ‘slow
and easy approach.’ However if the
summer time is the time you are
choosing to put your house on the
market, you may have the advantage of a lower inventory of available homes,” she says. “With that
in mind you need to do a few simple
staging tips to make your house
stand out from the crowd.
“Make sure the mailbox is fresh
from the winter weather. If it is tarnished or dented, replace it. If it is
dull, paint it. Refresh, or replace,
the numbers so that the home can
be easily recognized.”
Given that the days are longer
and people are likely to use the evening hours to drive by houses they
are considering buying, Hughes
advises sellers to “make sure all
outside lighting is working” and
“think about turning the lights on
earlier than usual and leaving them
on later. Well-lit homes are very attractive on a quiet evening for anyone choosing to make the first visit
a drive-by. Do the same check on
the back of the house.”
Gardens, she says, should be
weed-free with colorful seasonal
flowers. “Make sure all patio furniture is cleaned and all cushions on
all chairs,” she says.
Adds Hughes: “As potential
buyers will enter the home from the
front door, make sure the walkway
is cleaned and weeded if necessary.
If any bricks came loose with the
freezing and the thawing of the
ground, have them reset. Any beds
next to the walkway should be
planted with colorful, seasonal
flowers. Keep these beds free from
weeds and freshly mulched.”
The front door, she says, is “the
final invitation to enter. Make sure
it is fresh and presentable, paint if
necessary. Also polish the doorknob and clean any windows.”
Other tips: “Do a quick walk
around the entire home. Look to see
if all the siding is clean, a quick
power washing will clean up the
overall look. Are the gutters full?
Dead leaves spilling over? A quick
cleaning will remove any negative
first impressions a buyer may have.”
Says Hughes: “Buyers want to
see their family in your home.
These simple summer staging tips
will help them to visualize how
they will fit into your surroundings.
They will also set you apart from
the competition and perhaps even
sell your home more quickly.”
M
eanwhile, there are some
home “improvements” that will not
come close to paying for themselves when it comes time to sell
the house. Bob Vila, the home improvement specialist who rose to
fame on “This Old House” and
other television shows, lists several
on his website, www.bobvila.com.
Among them:
Eliminating a third or fourth
bedroom. Sure, a walk-in closet
and expanded master bath would
be a selling point — but only if that
space isn’t hijacked from a third or
fourth bedroom. If the neighborhood norm is three bedrooms, a
two-bedroom house is at a severe
disadvantage.
Over-improving the basement. Below-grade improvements
never pay back as much as space
renovated or added above grade.
Carefully compare the cost of renovating the attic, adding a dormer or
even raising the roof, to a high-end
basement remodel. This is especially true for mid-priced houses.
High-end houses may well be able
to retain the value of a finished
basement, but only if all the abovegrade space is livable.
Expansive outdoor living
space out of synch with the climate. Outdoor kitchens with manly grills and wood counters can be
used 10 months a year in the south,
so those projects retain value. Not
so much in the north, where a fireplace is a cozier investment. Especially if you are relocating, settle in
to the local lifestyle before creating
a sunroom, screened porch, elaborate deck, or outdoor kitchen.
Built-in electronics. Bragging
rights last only a few months when
it comes to the latest televisions
and sound systems. Once the next
gizmo lands on the market, today’s
shiny toy quickly tarnishes. Builtins often dominate the entire room
and they can erode the usability of
adjoining rooms, too.
“Each of these horrors,” Vila
continues, “is grounded in the
grand misconception of home improvement: if you build it, they will
pay. As you scope out the budget
for your project, keep the total tab
to no more than 10 percent of the
current value of your house. Spend
more only if you count the payback
in terms of personal enjoyment.”
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16 Harvestview D rive. L o t si ze :
. 53 acr es; taxe s: $ 1 8, 6 1 7. L ist ed,
An n e Setze r , C allaw ay H en der so n ,
6 0 9-3 95-0 444. w w w . ca llaw ayh en der so n . co m.
5 bedr o o ms; 5 bath s; f u ll f in ish ed
base men t; 2-ca r g ar ag e. C o lo n ial
w ith f ir st -f lo o r bedr o o m an d f u ll bath ,
mast er bedr o o m w ith si ttin g ar ea.
$ 9 8 9 ,000.
15 Harvestview D rive. L o t si ze :
. 6 2 acr es; taxe s: $ 1 5, 480 . L ist ed,
An n e Setze r , C allaw ay H en der so n ,
6 0 9-3 95-0 444.
5 bedr o o ms; 3 bath s; f u ll base men t; 3 -ca r g ar ag e. C o lo n ial w ith
tw o -zo n e h eatin g , p aver p atio , f ivebu r n er g as st o ve, do u ble w alled o ven . $ 79 5,000.
24C Rossmoor D rive. L ist ed,
D aw n P etr o zi n i, R e/ M ax G r eater
P r in ce to n , 73 2-50 1 -0 6 86 .
2 bedr o o ms; 1 bath . R an ch w ith
ca r p o r t in 55+ co mmu n ity. $ 68 ,9 00.
Lower Makefield, PA
2010 M akef ield Road. L o t si ze :
. 77 acr es; taxe s: $ 9, 949. L ist ed, Je n n a B u si k, L isa Ja mes O tto , 21 5-86 226 26 . w w w . lisa j ameso tto . co m.
4 bedr o o ms; 3 bath s; f in ish ed
base men t; g ar ag e. 3 , 282 SF Fr en ch
C o lo n ial. M an ca ve w ith bar o ver
h eated g ar ag e, f ir ep lace s, r o o f deck
o f f mast er bedr o o m. $ 59 9 ,9 00.
158 1 Clark D rive. L o t si ze : . 41
acr es; taxe s: $ 9, 20 5. L ist ed, D o n n a
& M ich ael L ace y, L isa Ja mes O tto
C o u n tr y P r o p er ties, 21 5-86 2-26 26 .
w w w . lisa j ameso tto . co m.
4 bedr o o ms; 2. 5 bath s; f u ll f in ish ed base men t; 2-ca r g ar ag e.
Stacke d st o n e f ir ep lace , w et bar ,
mu lti-level deck.
M ast er su ite in cl u des si ttin g ar ea. $ 49 9 ,9 00.
Mansfield
Montgomery
52 S hef f ield D rive. L o t si ze : 3 . 82
acr es; taxe s: $ 1 3 , 93 8. L ist ed, L in da
K o vach , W eidel, 6 0 9-298-3 0 0 0 .
w w w . w eidel. co m/ lin da. ko vach .
5 bedr o o ms; 3 . 5 bath s; f u ll p ar tially f in ish ed base men t; 2-ca r g ar ag e.
3 , 51 8 SF C o lo n ial w ith in -g r o u n d
p o o l, f ir st -f lo o r in law su ite. L o t lar g e
en o u g h f o r tw o h o r se s. $ 575,000.
27274 M ount Pleasant Road. L o t
si ze : 1 . 0 3 acr es; taxe s: $ 9, 1 3 1 . L ist ed, L in da K o vach , W eidel, 6 0 9-2983 0 0 0 . w w w . w eidel. co m/ lin da. ko vac h .
5 bedr o o ms; 2. 5 bath s; p ar tial
base men t; 2-ca r g ar ag e. 2, 546 SF
C o lo n ial w ith bo n u s r o o m o ver g ar ag e. O ver lo o ks p r ese r ved f ar mlan d.
$ 3 69 ,9 00.
Monmouth Junction
203 Cob b lestone Court. T axe s:
$ 7, 0 71 . L ist ed, W h ei-C h u ( P ear l)
P an , L o n g & Fo st er , 6 0 9-93 6 -2552.
w w w . lo n g an df o st er . co m.
2 bedr o o ms; 2. 5 bath s; f u ll base men t; 1 -ca r g ar ag e. 1 , 6 0 8 SF C o lo n ial w ith mar ble f ir ep lace . $ 3 3 5,8 00.
68 S outhern Hills D rive. L o t si ze :
1 acr e; taxe s: $ 25, 221 . L ist ed, R o bin
Fr o eh lich , C allaw ay H en der so n ,
6 0 9-73 1 -4498. r o bin f r o eh lich . ca llaw ayh en der so n . co m.
4 bedr o o ms; 3 . 5 bath s; f u ll base men t; 3 -ca r g ar ag e. C u st o m-bu ilt
L asl ey B r ah an ey C o lo n ial o ver lo o k in g 1 5th h o le f air w ay o f B eden s
B r o o k C lu b an d th e So u r lan d M o u n tain s. $ 1,49 5,000.
6 S andpiper Court. L o t si ze : . 51
acr es; taxe s: $ 20 , 6 6 0 . L ist ed, R o bin
W allack,
B H H S Fo x & R o ach , 6 0 9924-1 6 0 0 . w w w . r o bin w allack. co m.
4 bedr o o ms; 4. 5 bath s; f in ish ed
base men t; 2-ca r g ar ag e. 3 , 26 8 SF
C o lo n ial w ith f ir st -f lo o r mast er bedr o o m. $ 9 00,000.
3 4 Wilshire D rive. L o t si ze : 1 . 0 5
acr es; taxe s: $ 1 5, 6 0 9. L ist ed, Ja n e
H en der so n K en yo n , C allaw ay H en der so n , 6 0 9-921 -1 0 50 .
4 bedr o o ms; 2. 5 bath s; f u ll base men t; 2-ca r g ar ag e. C o lo n ial w ith
w ater p r o o f ed base men t, r ef in ish ed
f lo o r s. $ 69 9 ,500.
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47 V an D oren Way . L o t si ze : 1
acr e; tax es: $ 1 5, 1 84. L ist ed, C ar o lyn n K ir ch , C allaw ay H en der so n ,
90 8-420 -1 20 8.
4 bedr o o ms; 2. 5 bath s; f u ll p ar tially f in ish ed base men t; 2-ca r g ar ag e.
C o lo n ial w ith deck , p atio , tw o f ir ep lace s. $ 629 ,000.
43 Willow Run Lane. L o t si ze :
1 . 0 1 acr es; taxe s: $ 1 1 , 86 9. L ist ed,
C ar o lyn n K ir ch , C allaw ay H en der s o n , 90 8-420 -1 20 8.
4 bedr o o ms; 3 . 5 bath s; p ar tial
base men t; 2-ca r g ar ag e. 2, 50 0 SF
sp lit C o lo n ial w ith ten n is co u r t, p atio ,
f r o n t p o r c h . $ 549 ,000.
64 Truman Avenue. L o t si ze : . 0 6
acr es; taxe s: $ 9, 93 5. L ist ed, Jo h n
T er ebey, E R A P r o p er ties, 6 0 9-921 220 0 . w w w . se llin g n j . co m.
3 bedr o o ms; 2. 5 bath ;s f u ll f in ed base men t; 1 -ca r g ar ag e.
T o w n h o u se w ith h ar dw o o d f lo o r s.
$ 48 9 ,8 8 8 .
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27 Ab ey D rive. L o t si ze : . 5 acr es;
taxe s: $ 1 9, 70 0 . L ist ed, E liza beth
H icks,
Sto ckt o n R eal E st ate, 6 0 9924-1 41 6 .
4 bedr o o ms; 2 f u ll, 2 h alf bath s;
f u ll u n f in ish ed base men t; 3 -ca r g ar ag e. M o der n C o lo n ial. 42’ deck w ith
r etr act able aw n in g s. $ 69 9 ,000.
19 F anning Way . L o t si ze : . 1 6
acr es; taxe s: $ 1 2, 776 . L ist ed, K ath r yn B axt er , C allaw ay H en der so n ,
6 0 9-3 95-0 444. w w w . ca llaw ayh en der so n . co m.
4 bedr o o ms; 2. 5 bath s; f u ll f in ish ed base men t; 2-ca r g ar ag e. C o lo n ial w ith w h ir lp o o l tu b. $ 575,000.
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si ze : . 47 acr es; taxe s: $ 1 2, 76 8. L ist ed, R o ber ta P ar ke r , B H H S Fo x &
R o ach , 6 0 9-924-1 6 0 0 . w w w . r o ber tase llsp r in ce to n . co m.
3 bedr o o ms; 2. 5 bath s; f in ish ed
w alko u t base men t; 2-ca r g ar ag e.
2, 3 24 SF r an ch . $ 519 ,000.
214 Hale S treet. L o t si ze : . 57
acr es; taxe s: $ 1 0 , 6 73 . L ist ed, K ath r yn B axt er , C allaw ay H en der so n ,
6 0 9-3 95-0 444. w w w . ca llaw ayh en der so n . co m.
4 bedr o o ms; 2 bath s; f u ll u n f in ish ed base men t. R an ch w ith deck,
r o o m to exp an d. $ 3 9 9 ,9 00.
103 Newman Court. T axe s:
$ 7, 91 1 . L ist ed, An n e Setze r , C allaw ay H en der so n , 6 0 9-3 95-0 444.
3 bedr o o ms; 2. 5 bath s; 2-ca r g ar ag e. E n d u n it w ith j accu
zi tu b in
mast er bath , p r ivate p atio . $ 3 40,000.
Plainsboro
3 Brookside Court. L o t si ze : 1 . 0 1
acr es; taxe s: $ 1 5, 80 4. L ist ed, Jo an
E ise n ber g , R e/ M ax G r eater P r in ce to n , 6 0 9-951 -86 0 0 . w w w . j o an se lls.
co m.
5 bedr o o ms; 3 . 5 bath s; 2-ca r g ar ag e. 3 , 20 6 SF C o lo n ial o n cu l-desa c w ith f ir st -f lo o r au p air su ite an d libr ar y. R emo deled ki tch en an d r en o vated bath r o o ms. L ar g e deck.
$ 779 ,9 00.
8 Adams Court. L o t si ze : . 3
acr es; taxe s: $ 1 2, 73 0 . L ist ed, P eter
H ekl , E R A P r o p er ties, 6 0 9-921 220 0 . w w w . se llin g n j . co m.
4 bedr o o ms; 2. 5 bath s; f u ll base men t; 2-ca r g ar ag e. C o lo n ial w ith
vau lted ce ilin g s an d g as f ir ep lace .
C o mmu n ity in cl u des cl u bh o u se ,
p o o l, ten n is. $ 63 9 ,8 8 8 .
220 S ay re D rive. L o t si ze : . 1 5
acr es; tax es: $ 1 5, 43 6 . L ist ed, M ado lyn G r eve, C allaw ay H en der so n ,
6 0 9-46 2-250 5. w w w . mado lyn g r eve.
co m.
3 bedr o o ms; 3 bath s; f u ll base men t; 2-c ar g ar ag e. 2, 6 50 SF tr aditio n al w ith view o f L ake C ar n eg ie
f r o m deck.
G o u r met ki tch en w ith
br eakf ast bar an d st ain less ap p lian c es. $ 63 0,000.
6 U nion S treet. L o t si ze : . 1 7
acr es; taxe s: $ 9, 827. L ist ed, P eter
H ekl , E R A P r o p er ties, 6 0 9-921 220 0 . w w w . se llin g n j . co m.
3 bedr o o ms; 3 bath s; 2-ca r g ar ag e. In act ive adu lt co mmu n ity.
M ast er bath h as j acu zi . Family
r o o m h as g as f ir ep lace . $ 3 44,8 8 8 .
Princeton
1 Battle Road. L o t si ze : . 46
acr es; taxe s: $ 41 , 884. L ist ed, N o r man T . C allaw ay, C allaw ay H en der so n , 6 0 9-558-590 0 .
4 bedr o o ms; 3 f u ll, 2 h alf bath s;
base men t; 2-ca r g ar ag e. E u r o p ean st yle villa bu ilt in th e 1 920 s an d mo der n ize d by ar ch itect B o b B en n ett.
B ar r el-vau lted livin g r o o m ce ilin g
w ith mo n u men tal f ir ep lace .
$ 3 ,600,000.
754 G reat Road. L o t si ze : 2. 0 5
acr es; taxe s: $ 44, 421 . L ist ed, R o ber ta P ar ke r , B H H S Fo x & R o ach , 6 0 9924-1 6 0 0 . w w w . r o ber tase llsp r in ce to n . co m.
5 bedr o o ms; 5. 5 bath s; f u ll base men t; 3 -c ar g ar ag e. 7, 276 SF C o lo n ial. $ 2,68 0,000.
New 30,000 Sq. Ft. Building Under Construction
Windsor Industrial Park
Directly off Route 130 & 33.
Close proximity to exit #8
New Jersey Turnpike
and Route 195.
68 6 Prospect Avenue. L o t si ze :
. 43 acr es; taxe s: $ 1 5, 50 3 . L ist ed,
J n e H en der so n K en yo n , C allaw ay
a
H en der so n , 6 0 9-921 -1 0 50 . w w w . ca llaw ayh en der so n . co m.
5 bedr o o ms; 5. 5 bath s; p ar tial
base men t; 2-ca r g ar ag e. N ew co n st r u ct io n C o lo n ial. $ 1,9 9 9 ,000.
2 Pardoe Road. L o t si ze : . 56
acr es. L ist ed, R o bin W allack,
B H H S
Fo x & R o ach , 6 0 9-924-1 6 0 0 . w w w .
r o bin w allack. co m.
5 bedr o o ms; 3 . 5 bath s; f in ish ed
base men t; 3 -ca r g ar ag e. 4, 1 0 8 SF
C o lo n ial. $ 1,650,000.
43 71 Province Line Road. L o t
si ze : 2 acr es; taxe s: $ 23 , 0 1 9. L ist ed,
Ja n e H en der so n K en yo n , C allaw ay
H en der so n , 6 0 9-921 -1 0 50 .
5 bedr o o ms; 4. 5 bath s; f u ll f in ish ed base men t; 2-ca r g ar ag e. C o lo n ial w ith h eated in -g r o u n d p o o l,
deck, f u ll h o u se g en er ato r , f u lly
f en ce d yar d. $ 1,500,000.
508 Christopher D rive. L o t si ze :
. 57 acr es; taxe s: $ 26 , 0 82. L ist ed,
R o bin Fr o eh lich , C allaw ay H en der so n , 6 0 9-73 1 -4498. r o bin f r o eh lich .
ca llaw ayh en der so n . co m.
5 bedr o o ms; 3 . 5 bath s; f u ll f in ish ed base men t; 3 -ca r g ar ag e. C o lo n ial w ith st u dy, g o u r met ki tch en ,
br eakf ast r o o m, g ame r o o m w ith w et
bar , an d exe r ci se r o o m. E n tr y h as
desi g n er f in ish es, ar ch ed w in do w s ,
an d sw eep in g st air ca se . $ 1,49 9 ,000.
3 5 G overnors Lane. L o t si ze : . 3
acr es; taxe s: $ 20 , 83 2. L ist ed, R o ber ta P ar ke r , B H H S Fo x & R o ach , 6 0 9924-1 6 0 0 . w w w . r o ber tase llsp r in ce to n . co m.
4 bedr o o ms; 3 . 5 bath s; f in ish ed
base men t; 2-ca r g ar ag e. 3 , 845 SF
C o lo n ial. $ 1,09 8 ,000.
8 1 Pretty Brook Road. L o t si ze :
. 92 acr es; taxe s: $ 20 , 70 5. L ist ed,
Ja n e H en der so n K en yo n , C allaw ay
H en der so n , 6 0 9-921 -1 0 50 .
4 bedr o o ms; 3 . 5 bath s; f u ll f in ish ed base men t; 2-ca r g ar ag e. C ap e
w ith st o n e p atio an d p o r ch .
$ 1,09 5,000.
23 Heather Lane. L o t si ze : 1 . 3 8
acr es; tax es: $ 1 5, 544. L ist ed, An ita
O ’ M ear a, C allaw ay H en der so n , 6 0 93 95-0 444.
4 bedr o o ms; 4 bath s; f u ll p ar tially
f in ish ed base men t; 2-ca r g ar ag e.
C o n temp o r ar y w ith deck,
f lo o r -to ce ilin g w o o d-bu r n in g f ir ep lace , h ar dw o o d f lo o r s. $ 8 8 9 ,000.
2 Leif Erikson Avenue. L o t si ze :
. 86 acr es; taxe s: $ 6 , 754. L ist ed, D avid Sch u r e, C allaw ay H en der so n ,
6 0 9-3 95-0 444.
3 bedr o o ms; 1 bath ; f u ll u n f in ish ed base men t; 1 -ca r g ar ag e.
Sto n e-f r o n t C ap e w ith br ick w o o dbu r n in g f ir ep lace , h ar dw o o d f lo o r s in
bedr o o ms. $ 3 67,500.
Robbinsville
92 North Main Street,
Windsor / Robbinsville
Mercer County, NJ
9 Woods Edge. L o t si ze : . 1 8
acr es; tax es: $ 1 5, 53 5. L ist ed, D an ielle Sp ilato r e, C allaw ay H en der so n ,
6 0 9-3 95-0 444. w w w . ca llaw ayh en der so n . co m.
5 bedr o o ms; 3 bath s; f u ll u n f in ish ed base men t; 2-ca r g ar ag e. C o lo n ial w ith deck an d p atio . T r ip le bay
w in do w in livin g r o o m. $ 58 9 ,9 00.
58 U nion S treet. L o t si ze : . 0 5
acr es; tax es: $ 1 1 , 1 1 4. L ist ed, D an ielle Sp ilato r e, C allaw ay H en der so n ,
6 0 9-3 95-0 444. w w w . ca llaw ayh en der so n . co m.
3 bedr o o ms; 3 . 5 bath s; f u ll w alko u t base men t; 1 -ca r g ar ag e. C o lo n ial
to w n h o u se w ith f r o n t p atio .
$ 425,000.
6 K ettering Court. L o t si ze : . 0 4
acr es; taxe s: $ 6 , 0 41 . L ist ed, K ath r yn
B axt er , C allaw ay H en der so n , 6 0 93 95-0 444.
2 bedr o o ms; 1 . 5 bath s. C o lo n ial.
$ 23 8 ,500.
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3 0 Homestead Lane. L o t si ze :
2. 3 3 acr es; taxe s: $ 9, 3 21 . L ist ed,
D o n n a L evin e, C allaw ay H en der so n ,
6 0 9-3 95-0 444.
4 bedr o o ms; 1 bath ; f u ll u n f in ish ed base men t. Far mh o u se w ith
st ep -do w n din in g r o o m, f ir ep lace s,
w in der st air s, do u ble ca st ir o n si n k.
$ 275,000.
Solebury, PA
663 1 Laurel Road. L o t si ze : 4. 42
acr es; tax es: $ 1 1 , 928. L ist ed, K aitlyn n Z o ln ay, L isa Ja mes O tto , 6 0 93 97-56 6 7. w w w . lisa j ameso tto . co m.
3 bedr o o ms; 4 bath s; f u ll f in ish ed
base men t; 2-ca r g ar ag e. C u st o m
w ith br ick f ir ep lac e, h eated p o o l, ca ban a, sa u n a, so lar iu m, libr ar y, g ame
r o o m, o f f ice . $ 9 9 5,000.
M AY 20, 2015
South Brunswick
142 old Beekman Road. L o t
si e
z : 1 . 98 acr es; taxe s: $ 1 8, 3 6 5.
L ist ed, D aw n P etr o zi n i, R e/ M ax
G r eater P r in ce to n , 73 2-50 1 -0 6 86 .
w w w . h o u se sb ydaw n . co m.
7 bedr o o ms; 6 f u ll, 3 h alf bath s;
w alko u t base men t; 4-ca r g ar ag e.
5, 1 1 3 SF co n temp o r ar y w ith f o u r levels o f livin g sp ace , elevato r , ca n o p y
f r o n t p o r c h , an d f en ce d ke n n el ar ea
f o r eig h t do g s o n c u l-de-sa c lo t.
$ 1,19 9 ,9 00.
127 old Beekman Road. L o t
si ze : 1 . 0 4 acr es; taxe s: $ 1 0 , 70 9.
L ist ed, K ath r yn B axt er , C allaw ay
H en der so n , 6 0 9-3 95-0 444. w w w . ca llaw ayh en der so n . co m.
4 bedr o o ms; 3 bath s; f u ll u n f in ish ed base men t; 2-ca r g ar ag e. Feder al C ap e w ith exp o se d w o o d
beams, f ir ep lace s , scr een ed-in
p o r ch , su n r o o m, o f f ice , tw o st air ca ses. $ 500,000.
6 old Road. L o t si ze : 1 . 0 9 acr es;
taxe s: $ 1 0 , 580 . L ist ed, D aw n P etr o zi n i, R e/ M ax G r eater P r in ce to n ,
73 2-50 1 -0 6 86 .
4 bedr o o ms; 2 bath s; f u ll base men t; 2-c ar g ar ag e. 1 , 6 44 SF r an ch .
$ 454,9 00.
3 9 8 Ridge Road. L o t si ze : 1 acr e;
taxe s: $ 7, 3 52. L ist ed, D aw n P etr o zi n i, R e/ M ax G r eater P r in ce to n ,
73 2-50 1 -0 6 86 .
3 bedr o o ms; 2. 5 bath s; f u ll base men t; 2-ca r g ar ag e. 1 , 982 SF C o lo n ial. $ 425,000.
73 D eans Lane. L o t si ze : 1 . 75
acr es; tax es: $ 7, 80 4. L ist ed, D aw n
P etr o zi n i, R e/ M ax G r eater P r in ce to n , 73 2-50 1 -0 6 86 .
4 bedr o o ms; 2 bath s; p ar tial base men t; 2-ca r g ar ag e. C o lo n ial.
$ 3 8 0,000.
3 3 S tillwell Road. L o t si ze : . 3 1
acr es; tax es: $ 6 , 782. L ist ed, D aw n
P etr o zi n i, R e/ M ax G r eater P r in ce to n , 73 2-50 1 -0 6 86 .
4 bedr o o ms; 1 . 5 bath s; 1 -ca r g ar ag e. 1 , 41 2 SF r an ch . $ 3 49 ,9 00.
9 4 Henderson Road. L o t si ze :
. 25 acr es; taxe s: $ 8, 292. L is ted,
Jo h n T er ebey, E R A P r o p er ties, 6 0 9921 -220 0 . w w w . se llin g n j . co m.
3 bedr o o ms; 1 . 5 bath s; p ar tial u n f in ish ed base men t; 1 -ca r g ar ag e.
1 , 720 SF r an ch . $ 3 3 4,8 8 8 .
6161 Cedar Court. T axe s:
$ 4, 3 0 2. L ist ed, Jo an E ise n ber g , R e/
M ax G r eater P r in ce to n , 6 0 9-951 86 0 0 . w w w . j o an se lls. co m.
2 bedr o o ms; 2 bath s. C o n do
backi n g to tr ees. W o o d-bu r n in g f ir ep lace , p r ivate dec k . $ 19 9 ,9 00.
10- 2 New Road. T axe s: $ 2, 794.
L ist ed, D aw n P etr o zi n i, R e/ M ax
G r eater P r in ce to n , 73 2-50 1 -0 6 86 .
1 bath . 571 SF st u dio to w n h o u se .
$ 119 ,9 00.
Springfield
222 S pringf ield M eeting House
Road. L o t si ze : 3 acr es; taxe s:
$ 2, 6 82. L ist ed, L in da K o vach , W eidel, 6 0 9-298-3 0 0 0 .
3 bedr o o ms; 3 bath s; f u ll base men t; 2-c ar g ar ag e. R an ch w ith
w o o d st o ve, w o r ksh
o p , in -law su ite.
$ 429 ,9 00.
213 5 Jacksonville- Job stown
Road. L o t si ze : 1 . 1 4 acr es; taxe s:
$ 5, 496 . L is ted, L in da K o vach , W eidel, 6 0 9-298-3 0 0 0 .
3 bedr o o ms; 2 bath s; f u ll f in ish ed
base men t; 2-ca r g ar ag e. R aise d
r an ch . $ 29 9 ,9 00.
1762 Burlington- Jacksonville
Road. L o t si ze : 1 24 x 521 ; taxe s:
$ 5, 297. L ist ed, C h r ist in e M . H ain es ,
W eidel, 6 0 9-298-3 0 0 0 .
2 bedr o o ms; 2 bath s; p ar tial f in ish ed base men t. R an ch w ith o u tsi de
do g ke n n el f o r f o u r do g s. Scr een ed
f r o n t p o r c h , so lid ch er r y w et bar , an d
cu st o m-bu ild w all g u n ca bin et in
base men t. $ 240,000.
Trenton
159 - 61 M ercer S treet. L o t si ze :
. 1 1 acr es; taxe s: $ 9, 6 3 2. L ist ed, D avid Sch u r e, C allaw ay H en der so n ,
6 0 9-3 95-0 444. w w w . ca llaw ayh en der so n . co m.
3 bedr o o ms; 3 bath s; p ar tial u n f in ish ed base men t. L o f t-st yle p en th o u se w ith 1 3 ’ tall s u n ke n livin g
r o o m. T w o p ar ki n g sp ace s.
$ 28 3 ,500.
3 4 Livingston S treet. L o t si ze :
. 0 2 acr es; taxe s: $ 7, 0 75. L is ted, D avid Sch u r e, C allaw ay H en der so n ,
6 0 9-3 95-0 444.
3 bedr o o ms; 3 . 5 bath s; f u ll p ar tial
f in ish ed base men t; 1 -ca r g ar ag e.
T r aditio n al w ith o f f -st r eet p ar ki n g f o r
tw o ca r s, g as f ir ep lace . O ver lo o ks
M ill H ill P ar k. $ 19 9 ,500.
251 Jackson S treet. L o t si ze : . 0 2
acr es; taxe s: $ 5, 6 6 0 . L ist ed, D avid
Sch u r e, C allaw ay H en der so n , 6 0 93 95-0 444.
5 bedr o o ms; 1 . 5 bath s; f u ll u n f in ish ed base men t. V ict o r ian w ith p r ivate co u r tyar d g ar den an d mu r als o n
livin g r o o m ce ilin g an d din in g r o o m
w alls. $ 19 5,000.
221 S outh Clinton Avenue. L o t
si ze : . 0 4 acr es; taxe s: $ 7, 446 . L ist ed,
B r ian Sto ke s, C allaw ay H en der so n ,
6 0 9-3 95-0 444.
4 bedr o o ms; 2. 5 bath s; f u ll u n f in ish ed base men t. T h r ee-st o r y en d
u n it w ith o r ig in al p u mp ki n p in e f lo o r in g an d exp o se d br ick w alls. O f f st r eet an d p er mit p ar ki n g . $ 18 2,9 00.
255 Clay S treet. L o t si ze : . 0 4
acr es; taxe s: $ 8, 46 8. L ist ed, D avid
Sch u r e, C allaw ay H en der so n , 6 0 93 95-0 444.
3 bedr o o ms; 1 bath ; f u ll u n f in ish ed base men t; 2-ca r g ar ag e. T r aditio n al w ith th ir d-f lo o r lo f t. $ 129 ,000.
West Amwell
15 Williamson Lane. L o t si ze :
1 . 3 7 acr es; taxe s: $ 9, 80 8. L ist ed,
D o n n a & M ich ael L ace y, L isa Ja mes
O tto C o u n tr y P r o p er ties, 21 5-86 226 26 . w w w . lisa j ameso tto . co m.
4 bedr o o ms; 2. 5 bath s; p ar tial f in ish ed base men t; 2-ca r g ar ag e. 3 , 571
SF C o lo n ial w ith ca th edr al ce ilin g ,
f ir ep lace , o p en f lo o r p lan . $ 625,000.
West Windsor
1758 old Trenton Road. L o t si ze :
4. 6 6 acr es; taxe s: $ 3 1 , 491 . L ist ed,
R o bin Fr o eh lich , C allaw ay H en der so n , 6 0 9-73 1 -4498. r o bin f r o eh lich .
ca llaw ayh en der so n . co m.
5 bedr o o ms; 4 f u ll, 2 h alf bath s;
f u ll w alk- o u t base men t; 3 -ca r g ar ag e.
P alatial C o lo n ial es tate in sp ir ed by
th e man si o n s o f In dia. Sto n e st air ca se leadin g to cu st o m-made teak
an d g lass do o r . Fir st f lo o r g u est
su ite. $ 1,650,000.
50 Lockwood D rive. T axe s:
$ 1 7, 70 6 . L ist ed, Sh an i D ixo n , L o n g &
Fo st er , 6 0 9-93 6 -2552. w w w . lo n g an df o st er . co m.
4 bedr o o ms; 3 . 5 bath s; f u ll f in ish ed base men t; 2-ca r g ar ag e. 3 , 1 0 4
SF C o lo n ial w ith deck,
o f f ice , den .
$ 8 79 ,000.
10 Haverf ord Road. L o t si ze : . 8
acr es; taxe s: $ 1 6 , 0 40 . L ist ed, Je an
G r ecse k, C allaw ay H en der so n , 6 0 93 95-0 444.
4 bedr o o ms; 2. 5 bath s; f u ll base men t; 2-ca r g ar ag e. C o lo n ial w ith
p aver p atio , w alk- in cl o se t in mast er
bedr o o m. $ 745,000.
25 Ellsworth D rive. L o t si ze : . 83
acr es; taxe s: $ 1 6 , 83 8. L ist ed, R o bin
Fr o eh lich , C allaw ay H en der so n ,
6 0 9-73 1 -4498.
4 bedr o o ms; 2. 5 bath s; f u ll f in ish ed base men t; 2-ca r g ar ag e. C o lo n ial w ith g r an ite an d st ain less in
ki tch en , r en o vated p o w der r o o m an d
h all bath . Fr esh p ain t th r o u g h o u t.
$ 729 ,9 00.
7 Tindall Trail. L o t si ze : . 97 acr es;
taxe s: $ 1 7, 0 3 3 . L is ted, Jo an E ise n ber g , R e/ M ax G r eater P r in ce to n ,
6 0 9-951 -86 0 0 . w w w . j o an se lls. co m.
4 bedr o o ms; 2 f u ll, 2 h alf bath s;
f u ll f in ish ed base men t; 2-ca r g ar ag e.
C o lo n ial o n cu l-de-sa c w ith f ir st -f lo o r
o f f ice , tw o f ir ep lac es, lar g e deck.
$ 69 9 ,000.
3 Berkshire D rive. L o t si ze : . 46
acr es; taxe s: $ 1 3 , 1 0 1 . L ist ed, Jo h n
T er ebey, E R A P r o p er ties, 6 0 9-921 220 0 . w w w . se llin g n j . co m.
4 bedr o o ms; 2. 5 bath s; f u ll base men t; 2-ca r g ar ag e. T r aditio n al ce n ter h all C o lo n ial. $ 609 ,8 8 8 .
1 G alston D rive. L o t si ze : . 55
acr es; taxe s: $ 9, 3 6 0 . L ist ed, Jo h n
T er ebey, E R A P r o p er ties, 6 0 9-921 220 0 . w w w . se llin g n j . co m.
4 bedr o o ms; 2. 5 bath s; f u ll base men t; 2-c ar g ar ag e. C o lo n ial w ith
man y r en o vatio n s . $ 49 9 ,8 8 8 .
3 47 Clarksville Road. L o t si ze :
. 46 acr es; taxe s: $ 1 0 , 83 1 . L ist ed,
Y an g L i, E R A P r o p er ties, 6 0 9-921 220 0 . w w w . se llin g n j . co m.
3 bedr o o ms; 2. 5 bath s; 2-ca r g ar ag e. B i-level w ith r emo te co n tr o lled
g as f ir ep lace , skyl ig h ts , vau lted ce ilin g s. $ 475,000.
6 Cardinal F lower Lane. L o t si ze :
. 1 1 acr es; taxe s: $ 6 , 942. L ist ed,
Jo an E ise n ber g , R e/ M ax G r eater
P r in ce to n , 6 0 9-951 -86 0 0 .
2 bedr o o ms; 2 bath s; 2-ca r g ar ag e. R an ch in 55+ co mmu n ity. P ictu r e f r ame mo ldin g , r ece se d lig h tin g , u p g r aded ki tch en . $ 3 19 ,9 00.
104 oly mpic Court # 4. T axe s:
$ 5, 845. L ist ed, An n e M ar ie M o n teir o ,
E R A P r o p er ties, 6 0 9-921 -220 0 .
2 bedr o o ms; 2 bath s. Fir st -f lo o r
co n do . $ 264,9 00.
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E
ric Jackson, right, has
only had 10 months in the mayor’s
office in Trenton in which to vanquish the troubled legacy of his
predecessor, build his administrative team, and find a way to reverse
the fortunes of the capital city.
“One of the things that I was anticipating focusing on immediately
was public safety,” he says. And
right afterwards came the economy. “We have to put our focus and
attention to good economic development,” he says.
But there was just one problem:
The mayor, who was once director
of public works, had absolutely no
experience with economic development. Jackson says he set about
looking for an administrative staff
who could provide the skills that he
lacked. One of his biggest victories
came in October, when the city
council voted to waive the residency requirement for his cabinet, allowing him to bring on board Monique King-Viehland, who was
formerly head of a major redevelopment project at NJIT, and other
staffers who live outside the city.
Now that Jackson has the cabinet he wants, he is working on such
pressing matters as education, policing, redevelopment, and —
somewhat less pressing — the
city’s two feuding pork roll festivals.
Jackson will discuss economic
development and public safety in
Trenton in a speech to the Princeton Regional Chamber of Commerce on Thursday, May 21, from
7:30 to 9:30 a.m. at the Wyndham
Edited b y D iccon Hy att
Garden Hotel in Trenton. $25. For
more information, visit www.
princetonchamber.org.
Jackson grew up in a blue collar
family in Trenton, where his father,
Otto, worked as a cylinder operator
at Mercer Oxygen and Supply. His
mother, Gladys, worked in retail
stores. Both parents worked hard to
send Jackson to the Hun School.
He graduated in 1976 and got a
business degree at Fairleigh Dickinson. Jackson worked at Citibank
in Maryland for a few years before
returning to his home city, where
he has worked for the municipal
government for the past 17 years.
Before being elected mayor, he
was director of public works.
Jackson’s immediate predecessor, Tony Mack, moved from the
mayor’s office to a cell in federal
Now that Trenton
may or Eric Jackson
has the cab inet he
wants, he is working
on such issues as education, policing, and
redevelopment. And,
of course, the pork
roll f eud.
prison after he was busted in an
anti-corruption sting operation.
Jackson says he has spent much of
the last year “cleaning up” the mess
left behind by the Mack administration. His chief frustration is not
being able to move as fast as he
would like on the changes he hopes
to make, including getting businesses and potential residents to
take a second look at the city.
“There is so much work to do, and
we are just getting started,” Jackson says. “We are still cleaning up,
and we are doing it with half the
staff that was here when I was public works director.”
Then there is the matter of the
competing pork roll festivals. Last
year’s well-attended festival set the
stage for a repeat performance on
Saturday, May 23. But a beef between the pork organizers, TC Nelson, owner of Trenton Social restaurant and bar, and Scott Miller,
owner of Exit 7A Creative Services
in Trenton, has caused a split that
threatens to chop the audience in
half. Nelson’s “Trenton Pork Roll
Festival 2015” will be held at Trenton Social, and Miller’s “Official
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2nd Pork Roll Festival” will be
held at the same time at Mill Hill
Park. Jackson says neither event
will hog his attention, and he will
be attending both.
Anyone wishing to burn off calories from two pork roll festivals
could do worse than attending another up-and-coming event, the
Trenton Half Marathon, which will
send runners on a riverfront course
on November 7. Jackson says the
city supports both events, and
hopes happenings like these, along
with cultural attractions like Art All
Night, scheduled for overnight on
Saturday, June 20, at the old Roebling Wire Works on South Clinton
Avenue can draw more visitors to
the city.
Jackson is also aiming to make
the city attractive as a home and a
place of doing business as well as a
destination. To that end, he says,
physically cleaning up the city is a
key. Visitors who see a street free
of trash will be more likely to invest.
The Jackson administration has
already had some success in reviving projects that had seemed to stall
in the past few years. Jackson plans
to attend a ribbon cutting for the
Roebling Wire Factory project, a
mixed-use development containing residential and retail units.
Jackson notes that 80 percent of the
residential units will be market
rate. The long-vacant factory along
Route 129 near the light rail station
will be turned into 190 apartments
and 27,000 square feet of shops and
restaurants in a $42 million project
that includes a $16 million state tax
credit, which the city of Trenton
helped secure.
Viehland says the city also
helped broker a deal with a local
bank to get the developers, HHG, a
loan against the tax credit so they
would have money up front to purchase the property and begin construction.
J
ackson says this was one instance where his good relationship
with the Christie administration
has paid off, since he was able to
get support for the project from the
Economic Development Authority.
Another potential source of residential development is the Homesteading program, organized last
year, which would allow families
to buy vacant properties in Trenton
and refurbish them with the help of
government-backed loans. Jackson says the city is working with
state agencies to pre-qualify about
300 people who have expressed interest in buying one of the city’s
2,700 vacant housing unit that were
identified in a study by Isles, the
nonprofit community development
group.
Jackson has also turned his attention downtown, where he hopes
to bring in more shops and apartments. He plans to introduce a resolution to the city council to officially select a developer for the
Bell Telephone building on East
State Street catty-corner to the
Broad Street Bank building. The
new plan calls for 85 residential
units and street-level retail, including a gym operated by a nonprofit
group.
The Bell Telephone building is
another example of a project that
has stalled in recent years. In the
early 2000s, the historic tower was
set for redevelopment, but the deal
imploded in 2008 and it has been
vacant ever since. Jackson says the
developer, Ajax Management, is
already buying other properties
around that area, fueling hopes that
a thriving downtown business district could take shape. He also is
working with the state government
to turn state-owned buildings on
Stockton Street into retail, further
increasing the number of storefronts downtown.
But any residential development
will face the difficulty of attracting
families to live in a place where the
school district ranks poorly on
graduation rates, standardized test
scores, and many other ways in
which academic success can be
measured. Jackson says his new
superintendent, Francisco Duran,
has succeeded in improving the
graduation rate at Trenton Central
High School from 51 percent to 72
percent despite a $16 million budget shortfall last year that forced
cuts in many areas.
Jackson says like many things
lately, the improved graduation
rate is a step forward, but not yet
where it needs to be.
“We are on the right road,” he
says.
— Diccon Hyatt
Expansions
Trac I ntermodal (f ormerly
S eacastle Chassis) (I PX ),
750
C o lleg e R o ad E ast ,
P r in ce to n 0 8540 ; 6 0 9-452890 0 ; f ax,
6 0 9-452-821 1 .
Steve R u bin , C O O . www.tracintermodal.com.
TRAC Intermodal, a transportation company, has, as expected,
signed a lease to consolidate its
headquarters in one building at the
Forrestal Center at 750 College
Road East, vacating its space at 2
Independence Way and 211 College Road East. It is scheduled to
move in two months.
The company announced last
Office & Medical Space for Lease
Colum us - Auto/T ruck repair facility located on R t
206, a four lane hig hway. 2 truck bays and 3 car bays.
H ig h visibility in the hig hway commercial z one. T urnkey.
Available for sale. Call for details.
O F F IC E
R E T A IL S P A C E
H i g h ts to w n B o r o - 1,040 + /- SF in the only retail strip shopping center
in Boro of H ig htstown. plenty of parking and pedestrian traffic as well.
Available for Lease.
C O M M E R C IA L B U IL D IN G S
E w i n g - Corner property, former service station operating as auto repair.
G ood visibility, available for sale.
F l o r e n c e T w p - 5 ,000 + /- sf building with liq uor license.
Available For Lease.
L aw r e n c e T w p - 5 ,25 0 + /_ sf. One and partial two story masonry building on
1.61 + /- acres. H ig h visibility on Busy road available For Sale.
L A N D
- 2.28 + /- acres. Ideal for office, day care, church or self
D R E D U CE D !
w p - 5 .43 + /- acres zo ned H C, conceptual plan with some
92 + /- SF retail shopping center.
P R O P E R T Y
H am i l to n T w p - R edevelopment opportunity, 11,700 sf. multiple units.
Conveniently located close to I-295 . Call for details, Available for Sale.
F lo r e n c e
Available
H am i l to n
M an s f i e l d
Available
O P P O R T U N IT Y
T w p - 5 ,000 + /- sf building with liq uor license.
For Lease.
T w p - P otential Adult/Child D ay Care location. Sale or Lease.
/ C o l u m b u s - T urnkey 5 bay auto/truck repair facility.
For Sale.
W e i d e l R e al to r s C o m m e r c i al D i v i s i o n
2 Route 31 South Pennington, N.J. 08534
609- 3 -20
CCIM
1055 & 2973 (+/-) sq. ft.
• One-story, innovative two building complex
totaling 47,000 (+/-) sq. ft.
• Located in Mercer County squarely between
the bustling cities of New York & Philadelphia
• 9 Acres of professionally landscaped &
managed medical / office space
• Verizon FiOS internet access available
L aw r e n c e T w p - 1.61 -/+ acres in H ig hway Commercial zo ne with direct
access to bus. R t 1. Available For Sale.
B U S IN E S S
Suite Sizes Available:
BUILDING 200, SUITE 201, 1,055 (+/-) SQ. FT.
19’ 6.5”
T.R.
12’
9’
• Built-to-suit tenant spaces
B o r d e n to w n - 1.09 + /- acres on R oute 130.
F l o r e n c e T w p - 2 + /- acres near P a T urnpike connection.
IN V E S T M E N T
4 Princess Road | Lawrenceville | Mercer County | NJ
S P A C E
E w i n g -
-s f irst ooroffices cein rofession l r Affordably priced for Sale or Lease.
E w i n g - P rofessional/M edical office suites available. 620 SF, 690 SF
and 1,310 SF. Close to Capital H ealth Facility, I-95 & U S1.
E w i n g - o egr definis ing nd
oint entst ro g o tt is
- rofession loffices ite il le e seor le F l e m i n g to n -
-sf it n ddition l
sffinis eds cein
the lower level. R t 202/31 j ust south of the Fleming ton circle near H ome
e ot ell
ointedoffices ce e tre ely fford le il le or
Sale or Lease.
H am i l to n - fford leoffices ce si esfro to
Convenient to Interstate 295 . Available for lease.
H am i l to n - edic l rofession loffices ce -sf -sf nd
1630 + /- sf available for lease.
L aw r e n c e T w p
storag e. P R ICE
W e s tA m w e ll T
permits for 15 ,5
PRINCESS ROAD OFFICE PARK
I n d i v i d u al M e m b e r
C e r ti f i e d C o m m e r c i al
I n v e s tm e n t M e m b e r
11’
4’
9’
• On-site day care
8’
3’
• Private bathroom, kitchenette & separate
utilities for each suite
• 228 Parking spaces available on-site with
handicap accessibility
• Close proximity to hotels & restaurants in
the Princeton & Route 1 Corridor
11’ 10.5”
21’ 7.5”
Suite 201: 1055 (+/-) sq. ft.
For Info Call (908) 874-8686 or visit LarkenAssociates.com
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herein & same is submitted subject to errors, omissions, change of price, rental or other conditions,
withdrawal without notice & to any special listing conditions, imposed by our principals & clients.
M AY 20, 2015
summer that it had taken a $9.8 million economic incentive package
from the state’s Grow New Jersey
Assistance Program to remain in
state instead of moving to Pennsylvania. The benefits will arrive in the
form of tax credits over the next 10
years as long as the company continues to hire more employees.
TRAC has more than 500 employees overall, many of them at its
headquarters.
The new space is 82,000 square
feet, which is 13,000 square feet
more than its other two locations
combined. A company spokesman
told U.S. 1 last summer that it had
been growing at a rate of 20 percent
a year since 2013 (U.S. 1, August
20, 2014.)
Management Moves
The I ndependent Traveler,
20 0 P r in ce to n So u th C o r p o r ate C en ter , Su ite 3 3 0 , E w in g
0 86 28; 6 0 9-583 -0 0 0 0 ; www.
independenttraveler.com.
Kathleen Tucker has retired as
president and founder of the Independent Traveler, Inc., publisher of
online travel resources, including
the popular cruise site, Cruise Critic. The company is searching for a
successor. A spokesperson for The
Independent Traveler said Tucker
declined to be interviewed.
The Independent Traveler publishes three travel sites, the best
known being Cruise Critic, the
leading cruise review site and largest online cruise community, which
attracts more than 5 million unique
visitors per month. The company,
which also publishes the IndependentTraveler.com and Family Vacation Critic, was acquired as a subsidiary of TripAdvisor Inc. in 2007.
“Kathleen is a true pioneer with
25 successful years in online publishing,” said Steve Kaufer, president and CEO of TripAdvisor, in a
prepared statement. “Beyond her
achievements in building strong
travel brands and a great company,
her work has helped to improve
travel and vacations for millions of
people. We’re very grateful to
Kathleen for her contributions over
the years.”
Tucker founded the company in
1990 and launched the Independent
Traveler, the first travel forum on
AOL, as a place for travelers from
all over the world to share travel experiences and advice. Cruise travelers embraced the online travel forum, leading to the creation of
Cruise Critic in 1995 — the world’s
first consumer cruise site. Cruise
Critic has expanded beyond North
America to launch sites in the United Kingdom and Australia. In 2009,
the launch of Family Vacation Critic, which offers travel advice and
inspiration for parents, added a
third site to the company’s portfolio.
“After 25 years at the helm, the
company is well positioned for its
next phase of growth and it’s a good
time to transition to new leadership,” Tucker said in a press release.
“I’m very grateful to all of our
members, clients, partners and especially employees who helped to
make our sites and our company a
success.”
V ax I nnate, 3
C edar B r o o k
D r ive, C edar B r o o k C o r p o r ate
C en ter , Su ite 1 , C r an bu r y
0 851 2; 6 0 9-86 0 -226 0 ; W ayn e
P isa n o , p r esi den t an d C E O .
www.vax innate.com.
VaxInnate Corporation, a vaccine technology research company,
has boosted two of its executives to
higher management positions and
hired two more.
Lynda Tussey has been promoted to chief scientific officer from
vice president of research and development, while Bruce Weaver
has been promoted to vice president
of manufacturing. Peter Fusco was
hired as vice president of research
and development, and Stephen
Haworth assumes the role of vice
president of clinical.
VaxInnate also said in a press release that it has reprioritized resources in research and clinical development to help advance the
company’s preclinical initiatives
outside of its lead influenza programs, including vaccines against
dengue and Clostridium difficile,
known as C-diff. The company also
said it will increase attention to the
identification of new infectious disease targets to further enrich its
pipeline. In 2015 VaxInnate also
expects to advance VAX2012Q, its
lead experimental seasonal influenza vaccine, through Phase 1b into
a Phase 2 trial in healthy adults, and
commence a Phase 1 study for a
pandemic vaccine.
Fusco joined VaxInnate with
more than 30 years of experience in
vaccinology. During his career, he
has played a major role in the development and testing of a wide range
of human vaccines. Fusco received
his undergraduate training in bacteriology at Rutgers College and his
PhD in biophysics and microbiology at the University of Pittsburgh.
Haworth has more than 25 years
of global drug development experience, most recently as chief medical officer of Elusys Therapeutics
Inc. He previously worked for AstraZeneca. Haworth’s undergraduate degree from the University of
London was followed by a bachelor
of medicine, bachelor of surgery
(the equivalent of an MD) from the
same university.
Prior to his tenure at VaxInnate,
Weaver held positions at Laureate
Pharma and Unigene Laboratories.
Weaver received his undergraduate
degree in chemical engineering
from Bucknell and holds master’s
degrees from Tufts and Rutgers.
Merger
S enior Care M anagement, 26 1
U p p er Fer r y R o ad, E w in g
0 86 28; 6 0 9-882-0 3 22; f ax,
6 0 9-882-940 0 . B ar bar a B r isto w
L C SW . www.seniorcaremgt.com.
Senior Care Management, a
company that provides in-home
services to elderly people, has been
purchased by Springpoint at Home,
a division of Springpoint Senior
Living, a Wall Township-based
company.
“Being part of Springpoint will
provide the training and resources
to assure that our service and care
are consistent with the most up-todate standards,” Senior Care Management said in a statement published on its website.
Senior Care Management was
founded by Barbara Bristow and
Jan McCurdy in 1990. Spingpoint,
founded in 1916, owns six retirement communities as well as housing units for seniors around the
state, making it the state’s largest
nonprofit provider of senior housing and care services. Its facilities
are located in Red Bank, Whiting,
East Windsor, Monroe Township,
Skillman, and Maplewood.
Re-opening
Chartwell Navigation I nc., 1 95
N assa u
Str eet, Su ite 1 6 ,
P r in ce to n 0 8542; 6 0 9-921 1 948; K en C ar r , p r esi den t.
Chartwell Navigation, a shipping company, has re-opened its office. The Linkedin profile of company founder and president Ken
Carr said Chartwell existed from
1996 through 2006, and has recently re-opened. It was formerly located on Wall Street in Princeton
and is now on Nassau Street. Chartwell is an NVOCC, a non-vessel
operating common carrier.
Down-Sizing
The Princeton Packet I nc.,
3 0 0 W ith er sp o o n Str eet, B o x
3 50 , P r in ce to n 0 8542; 6 0 9924-3 244; f ax, 6 0 9-921 -271 4.
Ja mes B . K ilg o r e, p r esi den t
an d p u blish er . www.centralj ersey .com.
The town of Princeton’s oldest
community newspaper, the Princeton Packet, is dropping its “early
week” edition on Tuesday. The
publication will continue its weekly Friday edition.
The change was announced in
the final Tuesday edition on May
19, in a front page letter from owner
and publisher James B. Kilgore.
The publication will continue to
provide daily updates at its website,
www.centraljersey.com
FOR LEASE
U .S . 1
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Office Opportunities
West Windsor - Sale or Lease
ffice- le - ecre tion -
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William Barish [email protected]
Office For Lease - Pennington
enterof o nto n ennington -
s ites
available. Ample parking . Walking distance to shops, restaurants
ndloc lser ices stoff o te ndcloseto -
Warehouse,
Flex, Lab and
Office Space
Silvia Street Complex
in Ewing, NJ
370 Sullivan Way, Ewing
Al T oto - [email protected]
Up to 69,764 SF
of warehouse, office
and flex space
Princeton Office for Lease, 1181 SF - 2362 SF
Nassau Street Location
P arking on site, available immediately.
•32,202SF(8,000SFoffice)
withfinishedhigh-bay
air-conditionedspace
and2loadingdocks.
•18,641SFwarehouse
withdrive-in.
•9,358SFwarehousewithdock.
•9,663SFoffice.
•Possibleuses:office,
assembly,lab.
Enterprise Park
800 Silvia St., Ewing
Al T oto [email protected]
Pennington Office For Sale or Lease
15 00 SF - 9000 SF office available for lease or sale. Free rent
available and very ag g ressive rental rates. $ 1 1 / S F f i r s t y e ar r e n t! !
•Bldg.A:10,000SFflex
with3,821SFoffice.
•Bldg.B:5,022SFwarehouse
with919SFOffice.
•3,268SFwarehouse.
Enterprise Park
800 Silvia St.,
Bldg. D, Ewing
Al T oto [email protected]
Land for Sale - Pennington
•24,000SFwarehousedivisible
to10,976,8,728,&4,325SF.
•18'clear,2docks
&3drive-indoors
•800amp.208/120v,3phase
7.71 acres with home on site. D evelopment potential. Also 19
Acres in P enning ton with 4 building s totaling 15 ,000 sf. Ideal
location with access to maj or roadways and close to maj or retail
centers. H ug e development potential or perfect for owner user
siness cres lso
il leon o te
About Silvia Street
Complex:
• 7 buildings and 390,000 SF
• Walk to the West Trenton
train station
• 1.5 miles from Exit 2 of I-95
• R3 SEPTA line to Philadelphia
and Bucks County
Al T oto [email protected]
www. cpnrealestate. com
Call 609 921-6060
www.hiltonrealtyco.com
For more information and other opportunities, please
call Commercial P roperty N etwork, 609-921-8844
U .S . 1
M AY 20, 2015
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COMMERCIAL SPACES FOR LEASE
F ax or E- M ail: T h at’ s all it take s to
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O u r cl assi f ieds ar e j u st 50 ce n ts a w o r d,
w ith a $ 7 min imu m. R ep eats in su cce edin g issu
es ar e j u st 40 ce n ts p er
w o r d, an d if yo u r ad r u n s f o r 1 6 co n se cu tive issu
es, it’ s o n ly 3 0 ce n ts p er w o r d.
( T h er e is a $ 3 se r vice ch ar g e if w e se n d
o u t a bill. ) Q u est io n s? C all u s at 609 452- 7000.
EWING - 350-2,500 sq. ft. suite in professional park, near Rt. 31,
hospital & TCNJ.
- 1,000 sq. ft. office space near Lawrence border. First month free.
HAMILTON - 1,250 to 5,000 sq. ft. offices ideally suited for many uses near
Quakerbridge Road.
- 630 & 1,160 sq. ft. office space. in high profile building near Applebee's.
OXFORD VALLEY MALL AREA - 725 - 4,100 sq. ft. suites, ideal for medical
or office.
FLORENCE - 2,600 - 12,000 sq. ft on Rt. 130 at NJ Turnpike entrance,
ideal for office or retail.
PENNINGTON - 550 - 1,200 sq. ft office suites
at Pennington Circle.
Ewing Township-1 50 0 SF C o n do in
br ick bu ildin g , amp le p ar ki n g , attr act ive
lan dsca p in g , f ive o f f ice s, th r ee w ith
si n ks an d co u n ter s, co n f . r o o m, 2 bath
( AD A co mp lian t) , r ece p tio n / w ait ar ea.
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C lo se to N ew C ap ital H ealth an d all
h ig h w ays C all V in o d Sh ar ma 6 0 9-53 23 929
DOYLESTOWN, (CHALFONT) PA - 1,500 - 2,000 sq. ft.
suites. Ideal for office or medical.
Near PA Turnpike
BUILDINGS FOR SALE
EWING - 6,300 Sq. ft. multi-tenant
office building. Great upside
potential. Reduced to $379,000.
Renovated of f ice condo in West
Windsor n ear tr ain an d R o u te 1 . 6 3 6
SF. $ 1 3 0 , 0 0 0 . 90 8-51 0 -0 6 98.
www.HowcoManagement.com
oF F I CE RENTALS
1 day / month/ y ear o r lo n g er . P r in ce R o u te 1 . Flexi ble o f f ice sp ace to
su p p o r t yo u r bu si n ess. P r ivate o r vir tu al
o f f ice s, co n f er en ce r o o ms, h ig h sp eed
in ter n et, f r ien dly st af f ed r ece p tio n . E asy
acce s 24/ 7. Amp le p ar ki n g . C all D an ielle 6 0 9-51 4-51 0 0 . w w w . p r in ce to n -o f f ice . co m
to n
Thompson Management
www.thompsonmanagementllc.com
609-921-7655
19 0 & 19 4 Nassau S t. T w o sm all
su ites available in p r o f essi o n al bu ildin g s. 3 90 SF an d 1 , 486 SF. P ar ki n g
available. P lease ca ll 6 0 9-921 -6 0 6 0 f o r
details.
8 3 Princeton Avenue, Hopewell, in dividu al o r mu ltip le o f f ice r o o ms w ith
sh ar ed u se o f w aitin g r o o m an d ki tch en ette. R en ts in cl u de all u tilities an d C AM .
Fr o m $ 50 0 to $ 70 0 , Available immediately. 6 0 9-529-6 891 .
Cranb ury Retail/ of f ice, M ain Str eet,
en tir e f ir st f lo o r o f c o r n er V ict o r ian bu ildin g , th r ee r o o ms an d 1 / 2 bath available
Ju ly 1 . $ 985. 6 0 9-529-6 891 .
Whitehorse Commercial Park, 127 Route 206, Hamilton Township, NJ
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Convenient to Rts. 31, 1 and 206
2500 Brunswick Pike (Rte. 1),
Lawrence Twp.
524-789 SF Office/Medical • For Lease
Immediately Available
Conv. Access to Rt 1 & I-295
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br ig h t an d air y p r o f essi o n al su ite, 1 st
f lo o r , 470 SF. H ig h visi bility, n ear sh o p p in g , r est au r an ts, an d T u r n p ike . $ 850
mo n th ly in cl u des u tilities an d p ar ki n g .
Also
1 -r o o m o f f ice $ 6 50 all-in cl u si ve.
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Ewing - P r o f essi o n al o f f ice w ith lar g e
w in do w p lu s a f u r n ish ed w aitin g r o o m
f o r su blease . C o n ven ien tly lo ca ted.
Ideal f o r men tal h ealth p r o f essi o n als.
C ar ef u lly main tain ed bu ildin g w ith amp le p ar ki n g . C all 21 5-584-5777.
Ewing Township-1 50 0 SF C o n do in
br ick bu ildin g , amp le p ar ki n g , attr act ive
lan dsca p in g , f ive o f f ice s, th r ee w ith
si n ks an d co u n ter s, co n f . r o o m, 2 bath
( AD A co mp lian t) , r ece p tio n / w ait ar ea.
P er f ect f o r p r o f essi o n al/ medica l o f f ice .
C lo se to N ew C ap ital H ealth an d all
h ig h w ays C all V in o d Sh ar ma 6 0 9-53 23 929
F urnished of f ices,
N o ttin g h am
W ay, H amilto n ( 1 blo ck o f f I-295) st ar tin g @ $ 3 50 mo n th . C all 6 0 9-273 -6 96 0 .
of f ice share - wellness center. N assa u Str eet 2n d f lo o r . P ar t-time o n ly,
available mo st days. P ar ki n g , g r eat lo ca tio n . 90 8-3 99-3 499.
Princeton address, S outh Brunswick. 6 0 0 SF, th r ee br ig h t r o o ms, h ig h ly
p r o f essi o n al p ar tially f u r n ish ed o f f ice
n ear U . S. 1 , R o u te 27, I-295, N J T u r n p ike , an d malls. P r ivate en tr an ce , p r ivate lavato r ies. N eig h bo r in g o f f ice s o ccu p ied by en g in eer s, do ct o r s, law yer s,
an d o th er p r o f essi o n al co n su ltan ts. T h is
o f f ice is also ce r tif ied f o r edu ca tio n al o r
ch ildca r e ce n ter . R en t $ 1 , 0 0 0 / mo n th .
C all 6 0 9-6 6 5-26 25.
Princeton - N assa u Str eet - o f f ice
ace $ 575* mo . p lu s p ar ki n g available
- 6 0 9-921 -76 55.
sp
RoU TE 1 an d W yn w o o d D r ive, M o n mo u th Ju n ct io n . O f f ice su ite f o r r en t o n
f ir st f lo o r in 1 6 -u n it p r o f essi o n al bu ildin g
acr o s f r o m H o me D ep o t ce n ter . Attr active 980 sf f t. G o o d p ar ki n g , 24/ 7 acce s.
6 0 9-529-6 891 .
RETAI L S PACE
of f ice S uite f or Lease: 220 Alexa n der Str eet, P r in ce to n . ~ 1 , 26 0 u sa ble SF
o n tw o levels. $ 3 , 20 0 p er mo n th . W ein ber g
M an ag emen t.
W M C @ co lleg eto w n . co m. 6 0 9-924-853 5.
Princeton restaurant space f or
lease 1 6 1 1 SF available immediately.
P lease ca ll 6 0 9-921 -6 0 6 0 f o r details.
Pennington - Hopewell Route 3 1.
P r ivate p r o f essi o n al o f f ice su ite available f o r s h o r t o r lo n g ter m lease . T h r ee
br ig h t an d su n n y p r ivate o f f ice s, r ece p tio n ar ea, ki tch en ette, p r ivate bath r o o m.
850 sf . B o th FiO S an d C o mca st available. C all 6 0 9-895-1 1 0 0 f o r in f o r matio n .
U niq ue Rental S pace zo n in g ( I3 )
w ith r etail, lu mber yar d, r ecycl in g , r ec r eatio n al, p h ysi ca l th er ap y, ch u r ch , man u f act u r in g , ca r detailin g , p ar ki n g . 1 3
sp ace s available. 3 0 0 SF to 1 0 , 0 0 0 SF.
C all H ar o ld 73 2-3 29-23 1 1 .
Pennington - Hopewell: Str au be
C en ter O f f ice f r o m vir tu al o f f ice , 1 2 to
3 0 0 sq u ar e f eet an d o f f ice su ites, 50 0 to
2, 40 0 sq u ar e f eet. Fr o m $ 1 0 0 p er
mo n th , sh o r t an d lo n g ter m. Sto r ag e
sp ace , in dividu al si g n ag e, co n f er en ce
r o o ms, co p ier , V er izo n FIO S available,
ca ll 6 0 9-73 7-3 3 22 o r e-mail mg [email protected]
st r au be. co m w w w . st r au bece n ter . co m
Pennington Route 3 1. O n e o f f ice
su ite available. U se o f f u r n ish ed r ece p tio n ar ea, p ar ki n g , u tilities in cl u ded.
C o mp etitive p r ici n g an d g r eat lo ca tio n in
P en n in g to n P o in t W est . C all 6 0 9-73 76 3 3 4.
OFFICE SPACE - FOR LEASE
Woodside Office Complex
666 Plainsboro Road, Plainsboro, NJ
The
Atrium
at
Lawrence
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AREA OFFICE RENTALS
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I ND U S TRI AL S PACE
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9 02 Carnegie Center, Princeton:
C lean , dr y, h u midity co n tr o lled st o r ag e
o n R o u te 1 in W est W in dso r . Sp ace s
st ar t at 878 SF. P lease co n tact H ilto n
R ealty 6 0 9-921 -6 0 6 0 o r j br u sh @ h ilto n r ealtyco . co m w w w . h ilto n r ealtyco . co m.
K user Plaza , Hamilton: 1 0 77 & 6 3 3 3
SF ( divisi ble) st o r ag e/ w ar eh o u se sp ace
available immediately. P lease ca ll 6 0 9921 -6 0 6 0 f o r details.
HoU S I NG
F oR S ALE
Apartment b uilding f or sale b y
owner - in to w n ap ar tmen t bu ildin g w ith
3 u n its. Q u iet an d n ice r esi den tial n eig h bo r h o o d. O n ly a f ew blo cks
to P r in ce to n
U n iver si ty, P almer Sq u ar e, an d P u blic
L ibr ar y. L ar g e p ar ki n g
lo t. Aski n g
$ 850 , 0 0 0 . P lease w r ite to f o r sa lebyo w n er p r in ce to n @ g mail. co m.
HoU S I NG
F oR RENT
Apartments f or Rent: 1 , 2, an
ap ar tmen ts lo ca ted in P r in ce to n
in g / W ash er / D r yer / Sto r ag e.
N
Str eet P r o p er ties: 90 8-874-540 0
Adjacent to highways US. 1, l-95, l-295,
Princeton Pike and U.S. 206 – Great access!
Features Include:
• Abundant covered parking spaces
• Individual climate controls
• All areas with a view of the ATRIUM
• Custom-tailored suites
• Covered central atrium
• 6,500 SF - will divide to 2,900 SF
Call: 609-219-6000
133 Franklin Corner Rd., Lawrenceville, N.J. 08648
Fax: 609-219-1330
[email protected]
700 - 1,440 SF Available
Immediate Availability
Suite 1000 - 970 sf (corner unit, furnished)
Suite 1015 - 1,012 sf
Suite 1030 - 881 sf (medical/office)
Suite 1175 - 800 sf
Suite 1185 - 706 sf (corner unit, available 6/1)
Suite 1335 - 1,440 sf (corner unit)
Suite 1365 - 959 sf (medical/office space)
Located in a “park-like” setting, minutes from
the University Medical Center of Princeton at
Plainsboro.
One story for easy access, excellent parking,
retail and restaurants nearby.
View plans on our website: www.m-drealty.com
For more information, or to schedule a tour, contact:
Peter M. Dodds
163 Nassau Street, Princeton, NJ 08542
609 452-8880 X101
d3 B R
. P ar kassa u
x8 0 2.
Princeton Junction 4 b edroom Colonial, 2. 5 bath s, 2 ca r g ar ag e, n ew w in do w s, n ice n eig h bo r h o o d, w alk to H S
So u th , available Ju ly 1 , $ 2, 950 . 6 0 9529-6 891 .
Princeton- H o u se f o r r en t. 2 B R
bath r an ch n ear sch
o o ls an d sh o p p
ce n ter , w alki n g dist an ce to ever yth in
to w n . $ 1 , 90 0 / mo n th p lu s u tilities. 6
924-0 0 1 3 .
S outh Brunswick,
bedr o o m p r ivate h o u se
Available immediately.
P et f r ee, sm o ke f r ee. 73
, 1
in g
g in
0 9-
D ay ton: T w o . W ash er / dr yer .
$ 1 , 1 0 0 / mo n th .
2-3 29-26 83 .
CoNTRACTI NG
“Q uality work f or Af f ordab le prices” Fr o m sm all h o me r ep air s - ( tiles,
h ar d w o o d f lo o r s, do o r in st allatio n s) - to
lar g e r emo delin g an d r en o vatio n s ( bath r o o m, ki tch en an d base men t) . C all
V ikt o r : 73 2-742-3 80 1 , o r e-mail: w alter vikt o r @ g mail. co m. Fr ee E st imate!
M AY 20, 2015
eMPLOYMenT eXchanGe
HELP WANTED
Customer S ervice Rep./ I nsurance
S ales: An exci tin g o p p o r tu n ity exi st s to
j o in an in su r an ce ag en cy in L aw r en ce ville. E xce llen t co mmu n ica tio n ski lls,
mu st be se lf -mo tivated, p r o sp ect in g &
g en er atin g n ew bu si n ess th r o u g h n etw o r ki n g , leads & r ef er r als. W e w ill tr ain
th e r ig h t in dividu al to f it in to o u r ag en cy
if yo u ar e u n lice n se d. Fax r esu me to
6 0 9-799-4447 o r e-mail lambo su r f [email protected]
g mail. co m.
JoBS WANTED
F ull- time positions availab le at
Community Blood Council of New
Jersey f o r R eg ist er ed N u r se s & B lo o dmo bile dr iver s. Fo r mo r e in f o r matio n ,
visi t u s at w w w . g iveblo o dn j . o r g an d cl ick
ca r eer s.
Job Hunters: If yo u ar e lo o ki n g f o r a
f ull- time p o si tio n , w e w ill r u n a r easo n ably w o r ded cl assi f ied ad f o r yo u at n o
ch ar g e. T h e U . S. 1 Jo bs W an ted se ct io n
h as h elp ed p eo p le like yo u f in d ch allen g in g o p p o r tu n ities f o r year s n o w . W e
kn o w th is beca u se w e o f ten h ear f r o m
th e p eo p le w e h ave h elp ed. W e r ese r ve
th e r ig h t to edit th e ads an d to limit th e
n u mber o f times th ey r u n . If yo u r eq u ir e
co n f iden tiality, se n d a ch eck f o r $ 4 w ith
yo u r ad an d r eq u est a U . S. 1 R esp o n se
B o x. R ep lies w ill be f o r w ar ded to yo u at
n o ext r a ch ar g e. M ail or F ax yo u r ad to
U . S. 1 Jo bs W an ted, 1 5 P r in ce s R o ad,
Su ite K , L aw r en ce ville, N J 0 86 48. Fax
to 6 0 9-844-0 1 80 . E -mail to cl [email protected]
p r in ce to n in f o . co m. Y o u mu st in cl u de
yo u r n ame, addr es s, an d p h o n e n u mber
( f o r o u r r eco r ds o n ly) .
G uardian/ Park Avenue S ecurities,
LLC - Princeton. W h en yo u beg in yo u r
ca r eer w ith G u ar dian , yo u ’ ll r ece ive
tr ain in g in yo u r lo ca l o f f ice to h elp yo u
sh ar p en yo u r f in an ci al kn o w ledg e. As
yo u bu ild yo u r bu si n ess, yo u ’ ll f o r m r elatio n sh ip s w ith n ew cl ien ts an d n u r tu r e
th ese r elatio n sh ip s f o r man y year s. As a
cl ien t advo ca te, yo u ’ ll en su r e th at th ey
h ave th e p r o tect io n an d in vest men t
st r ateg ies th ey n eed to h elp ach ieve f in an ci al se cu r ity. 6 0 9-452-9292.
I am a Certif ied
lo o ik n g to ca r e f o r yo
co mf o r table h o me
an d tr eat th em as I w
6 0 9-488-873 1 .
CoNTRACTI NG
Whatsamothertodo.com f or sale.
$ 49, 0 0 0 . L eave vo ice mail f o r Jo h n : 6 0 9240 -573 6 .
A Personal D river s eeki n g to tr
p o r t co mmu ter s, sh o p p in g tr ip s,
M o der n , attr act ive ca r . R ef er en ce s
vided. L ess th an co mmer ci al taxi
vice s. E -mail to g vp r in ter @ g mail. co
ca ll 6 0 9-3 3 1 -3 3 70 .
HoM E M AI NTENANCE
M ac’ s Repair: Sp eci alizi n g in bu t n o t
limited to R ef r ig er atio n , Air -C o n ditio n ,
P lu mbin g , Ap p lian ce an d os
mu ch
mo r e. 6 0 9-851 -6 552.
Ricky
in g an d
Small h o
cl ean in g
M an With a V an, M o vin g , h au ldeliver y f r o m 1 item an d u p .
me an d o f f ice mo vin g , g ar ag e
o u t an d mo r e 6 0 9-498-90 0 3 .
rob thehandy man- lice n s ed,
in r ed, all w o r k g u ar an teed. Fr ee E st imates. W e do it all - elect r ic, p lu mbin g ,
p ain t, w allp ap er , p o w er w ash in g , tile,
se e w ebsi te f o r mo r e: r o bth eh an dyman .
vp w eb. co m r o bth eh an dyman @ att. n et,
6 0 9-26 9-591 9.
su
PRI NCEToN ACAD EM I CS Tutor Counsel - Coach: All g r ades & su bj ect s. R eg u lar an d sp eci al edu ca tio n .
AD H D an d Au tism co ach in g . B eg in n in g advan ce d r eadin g in st r u ct io n . T est p r ep
- P AR C C , SSAT , P SAT , SAT , AC T . B u ild
se lf -est eem w h ile lear n in g ! Ju dy D in n er man , M A, R eadin g an d E du ca tio n
Sp eci alist , 3 5 year s exp er ien ce , U . o f
P a. ce r tif ied. w w w . p r in ce to n aca demics.
co m. 6 0 9-86 5-1 1 1 1 .
TRANS PoRTATI oN
Window Washing and Power
Washing: Fr ee est imates. N ext day
se r vice . Fu lly in su r ed. G u tter cl ean in g
available. 6 0 9-271 -886 0 . R ef er en c es
available u p o n r eq u est . 3 0 year s exp er ien ce .
Amazi ng House Painting. In ter io r &
ext er io r . P o w er w ash in g , w allp ap er r emo val, deck an d f en ce st ain in g , alu min u m si din g / st u co
p ain tin g . L ice n se d
an d in su r ed. O w n er o p er ated. Fr ee est imates. 21 5-73 6 -23 98.
M usic Lessons: P ian o , g u itar , dr u m,
sa x, cl ar in et, F. h o r n , o bo e, t-bo n e,
vo ice , f lu te, tr u mp et, vio lin , ce llo , ban j o ,
man do lin , h ar mo n ica , u ke , an d mo r e.
Fu n mu si c cl u b. S ummer Camp. C all
to day!
M o n tg o mer y 6 0 9-924-8282.
W est W in dso r 6 0 9-897-0 0 3 2. H ig h tst o w n 6 0 9-448-71 70 . w w w . f ar r in g to n smu si c. co m.
I NTERNET S I TES
M onica’ s Cleaning S ervice. H ig h est
q u ality, r easo n able p r ice s, f r ee est imates. 6 0 9-577-21 26 .
an setc.
p ro se r mo r
HEALTH
M assage and Ref lex ology : Immear able ben ef its in cl u de deep r elaxatio n , en h an ce d h ealth , p ain r elief . H o list ic p r act itio n er o f f er s Sw edish , sh iatsu , r ef lexo lo g y, o n -si te ch air massa g e.
G if t c er tif ica tes, acco
mmo datin g h o u r s.
C all M ar ilyn : 6 0 9-40 3 -840 3 .
Tutoring Availab le: In alg ebr a, g eo metr y, p r e-ca lcu lu s, ca lcu lu s, mu ltivar iable ca lcu lu s, dif f er en tial eq u atio n s,
p h ysi cs,
SAT , AC T , an d AP . Fo r mo r e
in f o r matio n co n tact T o m at 6 0 9-21 6 6 921 .
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M U S I C S ERV I CES
I NS TRU CTI oN
Chemistry , Phy sics Tutoring: AP ,
H o n o r s, R eg u lar . Ivy L eag u e deg r ee.
C o r n ell, P r in ce to n . N J C er tif ied T each er . C all An n a 6 0 9-3 88-1 823 . an n a_
r xn @ j u n o . co m.
Chess Lessons f or K ids: C er tif ied
C h ess C o ach An dy o f f er s g r o u p lesso
n s
f o r ki ds, w w w . p r in ce to n ch essa a
c demy.
co m.
M ath and Chemistry Tutoring: AP ,
H o n o r s,
R eg u lar . 22 year s f u ll-time
h ig h -sch
o o l teach in g exp er ien ce . C all
M att 6 0 9-91 9-1 280 .
ROBBINSVILLE, NJ 08691
BUILDING SIZE: 6,000 SF
LAND AREA: 0.53 Acres
PARKING: 22 Spaces
FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE CONTACT
Carolyn Sica
Senior Vice President
+1 201 509 8932
[email protected]
Suzanne Macnow
First Vice President
+1 732 509 8927
[email protected]
I NS TRU CTI oN
Computer prob lem? or need a
used computer in good condition $ 8 0? C all 6 0 9-275-6 6 3 1 .
S ERV I CES
A f riendly handy man seeks small
j ob s. L et me h elp yo u w ith a var iety
main ten an ce an d r ep air s ar o u n d yo u r
h o me. P lease ca ll me at 6 0 9-275-6 6 3 1 .
Home Health Aide
u r lo ved o n e in th eir
to make lif e easi er
o u ld myse lf . P h o n e:
CoM PU TER S ERV I CES
Handy man/ Y ardwork: P ain tin g / C ar p en tr y/ M aso n r y/ H au lin g / All Y ar d W o r k
f r o m to p to bo tto m. D o n e by p r o s. C all
6 0 9-73 7-9259 o r 6 0 9-273 -51 3 5.
MAIN STREET
S upply Chain Logistics/ Trucking
Ex pert: O ver 3 0 year s exp er ien ce in all
p h ase s o f tr u cki n g an d su p p ly ch ain
man ag emen t, w h ich in cl u des r ate n eg o tiatio n s w ith th e L T L , tr u ckl o ad & temp er atu r e co n tr o l mar ke ts.
E xt r emely
h ig h r esu lts in sa vin g co mp an ies ver y
h ig h do llar amo u n ts th at g o dir ect ly to
th e bo tto m lin e p r o f its. E xce llen t r ese ar ch , w r itin g & co mmu n ica tio n ski lls
alo n g w ith p r o f ici en cy in M icr o so f t O f f ice . Available f u ll-time o r o n a co n tr act
basi s. C o n tact in f o r matio n : 6 0 9-97253 26 ( an ytime) o r tg f lag g @ h o tmail. co m
Ex - manager I T company . L o o ki n g
f o r f u ll-time o r p ar t-time o f f ice admin
w o r k w ith co mp u ter s. W o r ke d in se ver al
do main s in vo lvin g bu si n ess
an alysi s,
billin g , p u r ch ase , in su r an ce , f r au d,
co mp tr o ller , immig r atio n . Asi n g n o min al
sa lar y to g et by. R esp o n d w ith detailed
messa g e, n ame, an d n u mber at p csi 20 0 0 @ h o tmail. co m o r 6 0 9-93 3 -91 1 5.
Property
I nspectors:
P ar t-time
$ 3 0 k, f u ll-time $ 80 k. N o exp er ien ce , w ill
tr ain . C all K en , 90 8-420 -6 1 93 .
PRICE REDUCED
TO $810,000
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S mall to M edium- S ize F irm Wanted. In n o vative se n io r sa les an d mar ke tin g
man ag emen t p r o f essi o n al w ith
mo r e th an 20 year s o f co n si st en t su cce s p r o vidin g st r ateg ic dir ect io n an d
develo p in g g r o w th an d bu si n ess p lan s
r esu ltin g in u n p r ec eden ted r even u e an d
p r o f it g r o w th . P r o ven ski lls in r evitalizi n g
sa les o r g an iza tio n s an d tu r n in g p er f o r man ce ar o u n d. In -dep th exp er ien ce n eg o tiatin g millio n -do llar co n tr act s th at
co n tr ibu te dir ect ly to ag g r essi ve co mp an y exp an si o n . So lid team leader sh ip
ski lls — exp er ien c e h ir in g , develo p in g ,
an d mo tivatin g co h esi ve sa les teams.
L o o ki n g f o r a mean in g f u l bu si n ess r elatio n sh ip w h er e I ca n p u t my exp er ien ce ,
ski lls, an d r elatio n sh ip -bu ildin g to in cr ease sa les an d p r o f its. C all G ar y, 73 26 73 -0 6 3 9.
Companion/ Caregiver/ Housekeeper. C er tif ied/ 1 0 year s exp er ien ce .
R ef er en ce s available u p o n r eq u est .
P lease ca ll 6 0 9-91 5-4788.
Lif eguards Wanted! Secu r e yo u r
su mmer j o b! O u tdo o r p o o ls in P lain sbo r o , So u th B r u n sw ick,
H ills bo r o u g h ,
So u th amp to n , an d C h ath am. M emo r ial
D ay w eeke n d th r o u g h L abo r D ay. $ 1 0 +
an h o u r w ith exp er ien ce . M u st be ce r tif ied — lif eg u ar din g an d C P R ! C er tif ica tio n co u r se bein g o f f er ed so o n ! C all N ick
90 8-46 4-3 3 23 n o w .
CLEANI NG
S killed and D iverse Legal S ecretary / Assistant. ( M er ce r , M iddlese x,
M o r r is, U n io n co u n ties) Ar e yo u r eady to
h ir e a p r o ven p r o f essi o n al leg al se cr etar y/ assi st an t w h o w ill add immediate
valu e to yo u r bu si n ess p r act ice ? E xp er ien ce d an d diver si f ied 1 7+ year admin istr ative su p p o r t assi st an t se eki n g immediate f u ll-time emp lo ymen t, p r ef er ably
at a law f ir m o r in su r an ce co mp an y. E f f ect ive co mmu n ica to r an d p r o blem so lver w ith a detail-o r ien ted w o r k eth ic. R esu me an d r ef er en ce s f u r n ish ed u p o n
r eq u est . I ca n be co n tact ed at s.
ca th [email protected] yah o o . co m.
CHHA: E xp er ien ce d w ith dimen tia/
alzh eimer s, an d blin d. P er so n al ca r e,
medica tio n man ag emen t, meal p r ep ,
lig h t h o u se ke ep in g , lau n dr y, do ct o r s ap p o in tmen ts/ sh o p p in g , as w ell as co mp an io n sh ip . H o n est , f r ien dly, r esp o n si ble, p atien t, easy g o in g , an d f lu en t in
E n g lish . C all 6 0 9-90 2-1 1 3 6 .
Hourly CHHAs: A+ Sen io r C ar e, a
ce sf u l h o me ca r e co mp an y, cu r r en tly h as an o p en h o u r ly ca s e in M o n r o e T o w n sh ip in M iddlese x C o u n ty f o r a
C er tif ied H o me H ealth Aide. Ap p lica n ts
mu st be N J lice n se d C er tif ied H o me
H ealth Aide, valid dr iver lice n s e, an d r eliable tr an sp o r tatio n . U p to date P P D /
p h ysi ca l an d mu st be au th o r ize d to w o r k
in th e U . S. T o ap p ly ca ll T er r y G en tile at
6 0 9-450 -1 71 9 o r ap p ly o n lin e at w w w .
ap lu se n io r ca r e. co m/ ap p lica tio n . p h p f o r
in ter view . * O n ly C er tif ied H o me H ealth
Aides n eed ap p ly*
JoBS WANTED
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Prof essional with 10+ y ears of ex perience in T N , M A, C A, N V , an d N J in
tr an sp o r tatio n , lo g ist ics,
tr u cki n g , w ar eh o u si n g , dist r ibu tio n , an d adver tisi n g is
lo o ki n g f o r a j o b in N J ar ea ( I am f lexi ble;
lo ca lly, n atio n ally, o r in ter n atio n ally) .
B . A. in eco n o mics . B i-lin g u al ( E n g lis h ,
R u si an ) . o dessa 1 [email protected] msn . co m.
Certif ied Home Health Aide Availab le w ith 1 0 + year s exp er ien ce an d exc llen t r ef er en ce s. Ser vice p r o vided:
e
co o ki n g meals, blo o d su g ar r eadin g s
an d in su lin in j ect io n s, ch an g ed ban dag es f o r diabetic w o u n ds; admin ist er in g
medica tio n ; bath in g ; an d all sa n itar y du ties w ith lig h t h o u se ke ep in g an d lau n dr y. P lease co n tact In g a @
91 7-7955485.
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FOR SALE
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Piano Tuning oJ h n C aves P ian o
u n in g Ser vice . Asso
ic ate member , P iao
T ech n ici an s G u ild. R easo n able
ates. 281 -70 4-0 3 6 7. tu n er j o h n 1 91 @
mail. co m
M ERCHAND I S E M ART
Canoe f or sale. T h is su mmer , en j o y
C ar n eg ie L ake & th e D & R C an al. G r een
O ld T o w n tr aditio n al w o o d ca n o e, o n e
se at, lig h t. Fir st $ 50 take s it. I w an t it o u t
o f th e yar d. 6 0 9-921 -2774.
F or sale: C- PAP M achine. U se d bu t
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othing’s ever easy.
That’s been my mantra for the last
decade or so. It’s a statement that I
make in recognition of the harsh
reality that I can’t do it all, that
some things will never get done,
and that life’s path will continue to
be littered with obstacles. Accept
it.
But like a lot of statements we
make all the time in our lives, this
one deserves some scrutiny. First
of all I should ask whether I really
mean it, any more than I mean “no
problem” when I say that to the
writer who announces at the last
minute that a story did not get done
as planned. Or any more than my
“same to you” said in response to
the clerk who tells me to “have a
nice day.”
As a friend of mine has said, you
should keep in mind that people often mean the exact opposite of
what they say. The manager of the
struggling baseball team who hears
the team owner tell him he is “behind him 100 percent” should be
worried. The public should be
skeptical of the politician who says
he had no knowledge whatsoever
of the shenanigans carried out by
his staff.
And maybe I should question
my own belief. Not even “nothing’s ever easy” can be that easy.
Beyond that there is the nagging
suspicion that language has consequences. If you keep assuming that
M ay b e not every thing
can b e easy , b ut may b e we can at least approach our challenges in a way to minimize the dif f iculties.
nothing is ever easy, then you wonder if you will miss the easy solutions that possibly lie ahead of you.
Years ago I was at a Chamber of
Commerce showcase at the Westin
Hotel on Route 1, and left early to
run an errand back at my house. As
I was leaving, a man in the lobby
— a casual acquaintance — asked
me if I happened to be going back
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into town. He did not own a car, and
he had a meeting he had to attend in
15 minutes. I was happy to give
him a ride. On the drive in, I asked
him: Did he ever worry (in this preUber era) that he would not have
enough time to catch a ride in such
a circumstance?
He told me that he used to worry,
but not so much anymore. Most
people go through life saying they
don’t have enough time to do everything they would like to do. He
had decided to change his thinking
— his mantra was that he had more
time than it appeared, that he would
have enough time, and he found
himself accomplishing more than
he did before. As I dropped him off
at his meeting (he was early), I
thought he had a point.
So can everything be easy?
Maybe not, but maybe we can at
least approach our problems and
challenges in a way to minimize
the difficulties. I put my mind to
work, hunting for some easy answers to the question: How can we
make things — particularly big and
challenging projects — less difficult?
Don’t try to be perfect. This is
a tall order given that most reasonable people want to do their best in
any situation, and no one wants to
make a mistake. The other morning
I listened to the operatic tenor Bryan Hymel, interviewed by David
Osenberg on WWFM radio. Osenberg asked how the singer overcame performance anxieties, and
Hymel replied that he consciously
used his rehearsal time as produc-
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tively as he could and went onstage as prepared as he could be. With that in place, he
said, “I give myself permission to not be perfect.”
In the field of journalism we all want to
get the facts correct every time. Some reporters want every word in every direct quotation to be the exact replica of what was said
in a spoken interview. They tape record the
interview, painstakingly transcribe the tape
(a process that can take hours for every hour
recorded), and then present the direct quotations amid a tangled web of ellipses and
brackets. Not easy.
The most important thing is the crux of
what the source is saying — we can only
hope that the most painstaking reporter gets
that right. It’s easy to miss it.
Set a goal, but revisit it often. Particularly when you are starting a new project, or
moving into uncharted territory, the ultimate
destination may not be visible. But you can
still take the first step, and it can be generally
in the right direction. As you move along,
you can change course.
Don’t try to build unanimous support
for your goal. This wisdom comes from
Walmart, of all businesses, delivered via a
recent newsletter from the Stanford School
of Business. After studying Walmart’s management style, Stanford people concluded
that “top executives need to gather the collective wisdom of their teams, but waiting
for consensus ‘can kill you, because speed
matters, too.’ The challenge for Walmart,
CEO Doug McMillon says, ‘is to get the
right few people in the room to make the best
decision and get on with it.’”
Don’t have lots of meetings, but meet
with a lot of people. Meetings serve their
purpose, but they also waste a lot of time.
Chances are that during any meeting some
portion of the attendees have no interest in
the particular item being discussed.
Instead of holding everyone captive to every idea under consideration, buttonhole the
people you need when you need them. Remember: You don’t need everybody on
board with every item on your agenda.
Be open to new information. Be ready to
change your mind. You can do that — you
are not a politician.
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job or facing a problem for the first time, but
you can be pretty sure you are not the first
person to be in that position. Imitation is a
successful form of mastery, or something
like that.
Work first with what you have at hand.
A few weeks ago I stopped by the Morpeth
Gallery in Hopewell and saw an exquisite,
life-sized sculpture of a tiger, created by Eric
Schultz. Upon close inspection I realized it
was made of hundreds of pieces of, well,
junk.
The guy in the cubicle next to you might
not be a piece of junk, but he may have something of value to you — don’t overlook him
as you cast around for a consultant on a particular project.
Let substance dictate style. Week in and
week out at U.S. 1 we fill a space on our front
cover that is roughly 10 inches wide by 9
inches high. One of these days we are going
to receive an image that we believe belongs
on our cover but which will be so disproportionately vertical that it can’t possibly fit in
that space.
When the day comes the solution will be
to modify our cover design, lose the photo in
the upper left corner, skip the black band
with the reverse type across the top, and then
find a way to embed the U.S. 1 logo into that
image without losing our identity or diminishing the impact of the image. How will we
do that? I have no idea, but show me that image and I am sure an easy solution will present itself.
Bottom line: Don’t be bound by your own
rules.
Break big deadlines into smaller ones.
This permits you to establish benchmarks
along the way. In the case of U.S. 1, we hope
that certain sections of the paper are ready to
go on certain days of the week. If we have
missed our marks on Friday, then we know
we could be in trouble on Monday.
Adjust your expectations and standards as
deadlines approach. The old country &
western song notes that the “girls all get prettier at closing time.” Maybe that’s why I
have come to another conclusion: Deadlines
are your friends.
Keep it simple. How hard can that be?
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Addison Wolfe
Real Estate
"Everything you've ever wanted
is on the other side of fear."
- George Addair
A BOUTIQUE REAL ESTATE FIRM WITH GLOBAL CONNECTIONS
PLUMSTEAD CHASE: This beautiful Toll Brothers
Estate community is just minutes from Doylestown and
close to many major commuting routes to New Jersey,
NewYork or Philadelphia.This Colombia II Savannah model
is showroom ready and adorned with upgrades.Enter into
the foyer and follow the hardwood floors to the spacious
and well-appointed kitchen with granite countertops and
cherry cabinetry.
$799,000
Contact EvanWalton at 215.327.4709 or Kim Condo
WOODLAND CONTEMPORARY: Nestled into a
park like setting and situated down a long winding driveway,
rests this stunning custom contemporary in Stockton NJ.
Innovative space abounds in combination with warm sun
filled rooms and inviting spaces.From the moment you step
into the foyer you will be dazzled with the open beamed
ceilings, clerestory window, skylights and woodland views
out of every window and access to the deck! $574,000
Contact Ali McMenamin at 215.622.7126
DARK HOLLOW: Enjoy peaceful living on 2
distinguished acres in Tinicum Twp, Bucks County. This
completely renovated Custom Home is awaiting your
arrival! With 5,300 sq ft, attached 4 Car Garage, 4
Bedrooms and 5 Full Baths, you will also enjoy a spacious,
fully finished Walkout Lower Level.This home is ready for
immediate entertaining and comfort throughout the warm
with so much to offer.
$719,900
Contact Jane Colletti at 215.669.7720
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HISTORIC ELEGANCE: Grand, Majestic and Truly
Unrivaled! One of the most elegant homes in Bucks
County.This gated historic 5 bedroom Manor home on
over 7 acres is complete with massive barn,lovely pool and
gardens,well appointed guest cottage,ice house and grand
entertaining and living spaces.Access to the River,Towpath
and Canal. Completely updated and renovated.
$2,950,000
Contact Caryn Black at 267.614.6484 or Jackie Orr
HORSE FARM ON 15 ACRES: At the end of a long
drive you will find a lovely 3 bedroom,2 bath farmhouse,8
stall barn,outdoor riding ring and 5 pastures and a stream.
The house has generous sized public rooms,two fireplaces
and is filled with beautiful natural light. Minutes to
CarversvilleVillage, Doylestown and the Delaware River.
$675, 000
Contact Sharon Pratt at 215.820.6301
COLORADO CLIFFTOPVIEW: Spectacular Clifftop
lot overlooking the Lockatong Creek with it's huge boulders
and cascading wateralls, much like you would see in a
Colorado river. This incredibly beautiful setting on 7 acres of
mature trees is the perfect backdrop for a stunning unique
home. Approved perc and site plans Long lane and very
secluded.Close to Frenchtown and Lambertville,NJ.
:- 368 Byram Kingwood Road,Frenchtown,NJ $495,000
Contact Eleanor Miller at 215.262.1222
EWING HEIGHTS: Perched at the top of the hill in
the prestigious Mountainview section of Ewing Heights,NJ,
sits this lovely, well maintained home on 0.43 acre. First
floor has living room, step down to the generous dining
room, the kitchen with breakfast bar and loads of counter
space and from the warm family room open the sliders and
step into the lovely,manicured yard.Upstairs are three large
bedrooms and a full bath.
$314,000
Contact Donneta Crane at 215.589.3681
TURTLE ROCK: Set on 5.4 acres in the pastoral
community ofTinicumTownship,"Turtle Rock" commands
views of theTinicum Creek as well as one of the remaining
covered bridges in the county.The exquisite workmanship
is evident throughout.A new addition was added to the
original that houses a state of the art kitchen with radiant
heat floors, family room, central foyer, powder room and
master suite.
$1,100,000
Contact Paul DiCicco at 215.651.1435 or Art Mazzei
ATKINSON ACRES: Simply magical 20 plus acre
building lot(s) in one of the loveliest areas in Bucks County.
The wood fence and stone gateway lead down the paved,
tree-lined drive to this mostly open and level land with
views in every direction. Sprinkled with mature,deciduous
trees and bordered by a year round stream.Comprised of
2 separate tax parcels of 10 acres each. Septic approval to
be provided by Seller.
$2,450,000
Contact Jonathan Rapp at 215.300.6960
SOLEBURY SEASONS: A seldom found 5 bedroom
colonial, on 2.5 acres in Solebury's Seasons community.
Center hall colonial with formal living and dining areas,
private study and a spacious kitchen adjacent to family
room.A large owner's suite with coffered ceilings and en
suite bath are accompanied by three additional bedrooms
and a hall bath. Walk out finished lower level and inground
pool.
$829,900
Call Kathy Sberna at 215.262.9765 or Lorraine Gross
COUNTRY LANE:Welcome to this captivating former
model home in North Penn School District! The quality
craftsmanship is evident with many original upgrades and
attention to details. This 4 bedroom house shows like new
construction. Hardwood flooring, 42 cherry cabinets and
granite counters are just a few of the amenities you will find
in this 4 bedroom center hall colonial.
$549,900
Contact Paul DiCicco at 215.651.1435 or Kathy Sberna
RANDOLPH HOUSE:Located in beautiful downtown
New Hope sits this single detached gem originally built in
1895. This 3 bedroom, 1½ bath home has gone through a
total transformation no detail was overlooked. Features
include wrap around porch,open floor plan and brand new
kitchen.With all new plumbing,electrical,heating and central
air.Almost complete. Come witness its final stage.
$840,000
Contact Robert Reynolds at 609.635.2003
DOE TRAIL: This beautiful corner property commands
the high ground with manicured lawns, mature trees and
circular drive. This home has been transformed with a
sophisticated elegance that marries a traditional floor plan
with modern amenities and decor.A stunning owners suite
and three additional bedrooms, finished lower level, in
ground pool and additional garage.
$695,000
Call Alison Kingsley at 215.595.8907 or Kathy Sberna
TRUNNELL HYLL: is “green” with envy. Its
architectural beauty lies in the fusion of period perfect barn
structures with the highest level of interior amenities. The
home features a state of the art Geothermal heating and
cooling system. Trunnel Hyll was well thought out and
planned by the builder and his team to create a home that
has the beauty of yesteryear and the sensibility of today’s
engineering. Property being sold at this price in “As Is”
condition.
$2,495,000
STUNNING STUDDIFORD: Perched high and close
to the center of Lambertville,NJ,this totally updated,lovely
two story cape has so much to offer. Enjoy private setting,
mature landscaping and a large lot with possible subdivision,
subject to approval. Hardwood floors throughout.
Remodeled eat in kitchen leading to the covered patio.Four
seasons room. Main bedroom and bath on first floor.
Detached two car garage.
$419,000
Call Daniela DeLuca at 267.614.4345 or Bert Reczenske
WRIGHTSTOWN ESCAPE: From a tree-lined
driveway on 6.52 acres of land rests this 4 bedroom 2½
bath 2-story home and guest house. Generous amounts of
natural sunlight,a beautifully updated kitchen,a stone woodburning fireplace,an enclosed porch,and a sweeping curved
foyer stair are features in the home. Also includes a lighted
basketball court, an in-ground pool a 2-bedroom guest
house
$839,000
Contact Carole Baroca at 215.378.8397
YORK HOUSE: This 10 year old restaurant is the classic
breakfast and lunch business. Here's your chance to own a
local gem in the heart of Buckingham in the upscale
prestigious Buckingham Green Shopping Center.Frequented
by loyal locals and tourists the cafe offers historic and casual
ambiance, seasonally inspired foods and personal service.
No restrictions for hours of operation. Owner will stay on
for transition period. Motivated seller.
$40,000
Contact Scott Solazzo at 610.730.8159
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PLAYWICKY: A stunning example of William
Bottomleys designer of NewYork’s River House,innovative
architecture. The genesis of the home is the 1920s and it
beautifully captures the sensibility of the time period.
Expertly and sensitively renovated,the home offers unique
and one of a kind features. From plaster and silk covered
walls, beamed ceilings and custom iron work, Playwicky
amazes you from the moment you enter.
$2,495,000
AC
DEVON HOUSE: Set on 2 plus acres, is a prime
example of a Bucks County farmhouse. It has a sprawling
floorplan with concentrated detail throughout. The dentil
moldings,wide baseboards,delicate spindles and wide plank
flooring run throughout. The kitchen offers granite
counters, Subzero,Wolf and Asko appliances.There are a
total of 5 bedrooms,2 of which,have fireplaces. The finished
basement has a bar for entertaining and a brick fireplace.
There is also an in-ground pool with waterfall. $1,249,000
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open space on 3 sides,walk to town or enjoy the trail along
the river.The great room flows into the large kitchen.The
back of the house features a sunroom with walls of
windows and a entertaining size deck looking out to the
woods. 3 bedrooms 2.5 baths plus finished walkout lower
level.Come see this easy to live in,low maintenance home
in New Hope.
$370,000
Contact Joe McCabe at 267.980.8346
For additional information or a private tour contact us
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