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About the Terhune-North Harrison Project

WinnDevelopment has begun construction on a 125-unit luxury apartment community in Princeton and is preparing to start work on an adjacent, new 1.46-acre public neighborhood park with a playground, public seating areas and a dog park.


Of the 125 apartments, 100 will be leased at market rates and 25 will be affordable at rents ranging from 30 to 80 percent of Area Median Income. The community will have 62 one-bedroom apartments, of which 26 will have dens; 57 two-bedroom units with 28 of those featuring dens; and six three-bedroom units.

As part of a public betterment agreement with the Municipality of Princeton, the company also will start construction this summer on a linear extension of an existing neighborhood public park for the community, featuring a pergola, sitting areas, walking and cycling paths, native plantings

garden, ornate landscaping, separate dog parks for large and small dogs, and a playground. The public betterments will be dedicated to Princeton through a long-term easement.

Expected to be ready for occupancy in the fall of 2024, the apartment community will include a range of environmental sustainability features, including Zero Energy Ready Homes certification – a Department of Energy standard with stringent energy performance requirements, as well as high-efficiency air source heat pumps and a building envelope designed to Passive House standards.

When completed, The Alice will have a direct walking path to the nearby Princeton Shopping Center and Grover Park. The site will also feature a shuttle service stop with circulation to transit stops and downtown retail.

PS&S of Warren, NJ, is providing architectural, landscape architecture and engineering services, with Phillips Preiss Grygiel Leheny Hughes of Hoboken, NJ, acting as the planner. Sordoni Construction of Bedminster, NJ, is the general contractor.

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