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At Parc at Princeton Junction, Extraordinary Shopping and Dining Are Minutes Away.

Great options are all around our apartments for rent in Princeton, NJ.

When you live at Parc at Princeton Junction, one of the first things you’ll find is the wealth of shopping and dining in the area. From Plainsboro Village Center to MarketFair Mall to Nassau Street, the volume of options close by will fuel many excursions of discovery.

Starting close to home in West Windsor, you’ll find bagels, burgers, and all the other necessities. Between The Bagel Hole, Dunkin Donuts, and PJ’s Pancake House a morning meal before starting your commute is covered, and on Sundays, West Windsor Community Farmers’ Market will provide healthy fruits, vegetables and more to create a delicious meal at home.

A little to the north is the quaint and charming Plainsboro Village Center. Anchored by the state-of-the-art Plainsboro Library, the new, open-air town center has a great mix of retail, restaurants, medical and office spaces, so you can check off multiple errands at once. Other highlights include Panera Bread, Five Guys, Redberry Frozen Yogurt and The Grind Coffee House-N-Café.

When you’re ready to go to the mall, MarketFair Mall will be ready for you. A high-end retail destination, stocked with stores like Anthropologie, Williams Sonoma and Pottery Barn, you’ll find the a great selection of stores to furnish your beautiful Parc apartment, outfit your personal style or simply while away an afternoon window-shopping.

Next is Nassau Street. Named in honor of William III of England in 1724, modern day Nassau Street is where locals go to find food, fashion and fun that’s fit for a king or queen. Surrounded by dozens of eateries, featuring fine dining to fast casual, you’re sure to find a spot to satisfy your cravings. And, we’d be remiss if we didn’t mention that at some point you absolutely must stop by Hoagie Haven. More than just a sandwich shop, Hoagie Haven has become an iconic destination and a long-standing tradition for Princetonians and visitors alike.

Nassau Street’s crown jewel is Palmer Square and you’ll find pretty much anything your heart desires, from names like Brooks Brothers, Ralph Lauren and Urban Outfitters to shoes and specialty gifts to home furnishings and beauty products. Top it all off with a bite at one of Palmer Square’s restaurants and cafés and you’re ready to take the short ride home!

This is one of those rare occasions where your location at Parc at Princeton Junction links with everything you could possibly want. Are you ready to start exploring? Then Parc at Princeton Junction’s extraordinary apartments for rent in Princeton will be here for you.

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