Shopping Centers, Malls and Restaurants
The easily accessible and parking-rich Princeton Shopping Center, now newly renovated and landscaped, provides a convenient source for much of ones shopping and dining needs. In warm weather, Main Street bistro’s outdoor garden offers peaceful dining in a very pleasant setting. Bon Appetit Fine Foods provides gourmet take-out or eat-in selections, as does McCaffrey’s Market. Chinese, Japanese, vegetarian, and fast-food establishments are also an integral part of this shopping center.
Beginning a mile to the east of Princeton, and extending in great profusion north and south along U.S. Route 1 are several popular shopping malls. These include Market Fair, Nassau Park, and Quakerbridge Mall, but there are others tucked in between and ranging farther south. Each of these malls has a selection of restaurants, cafes, and fast-food courts.
Office Parks, Medical Facilities, Hotels and Motels
The office parks in and around Princeton are handsome and well manicured and offer investing services as well as scientific research and other services and businesses.
Both in and near the Princeton Shopping Center, a full range of medical services are available along North Harrison Street, Terhune Road, Ewing Street, and Bunn Drive. The newly built and relocated University Medical Center at Princeton, in Plainsboro, offers the full range of medical services, now just across Route 1 and north from Harrison Street.
In addition to the Nassau Inn on Palmer Square in the heart of Princeton, there is a range of hotels and motels extending along the Route 1 corridor from well north to south as far as Lawrenceville.