Princeton University at the rear, Nassau Street at the front, and a private rooftop patio on top, are among the reasons tenants are excited about this property
Princeton, NJ, March 1, 2017 (Newswire.com) - – Carnevale Plaza at 255 Nassau Street, the newest addition to downtown Princeton, is nearing completion with residential occupancy to begin this spring. The Residences at Carnevale Plaza with twenty-three luxury apartments, TD Bank, TD Ameritrade, and Bon Appetite which will be located on the European-style plaza will complete the chic and vibrant East Nassau Street neighborhood.
The Residences At Carnevale Plaza property offers a carefree lifestyle in the comfort of thoughtfully planned, well-appointed apartments. All apartments have either two or three bedrooms with open kitchen and living room floor plans. Most have 2 full bathrooms, a washer and dryer, balconies, decks, and fireplaces.
"We've begun preleasing for tenants who are eager to live in downtown Princeton and want to secure their preferred apartment layout and location within the building. Tenants are excited about the convenient location and lifestyle this property offers."
Linda Fahmie, Property Developer and Manager
The Residences At Carnevale Plaza features onsite parking, several with electric charge access, a rooftop patio lounge via a high efficiency four story Gen2 Otis elevator, and onsite storage. The design criteria for this three story building features quality construction and finishes with all wood interior windows with fiberglass exteriors, custom lighting, crown trim and moldings, porcelain tiles, and all wood cabinetry.
Convenience doesn’t stop there. Within a two block stroll, Residents will enjoy a wide variety of dining choices including the Zagat rated Blue Point Grill, Tiger Noodles Chinese, Thai Palace, EFES Mediterranean, Arlee’s Raw Blends, Tomo Sushi, and the world renowned - Ivy Inn and Hoagie Haven.
Within steps of the building, Carnevale Plaza residents can hop on the Free Bee Bus to one of the many stops in town including the NJ Transit/Amtrak rail station or a NJ Transit bus stop to NYC and Philadelphia, mail a package at the post office, purchase fresh or prepared seafood, daily groceries, and packaged goods, and enjoy the services of a world class hair and nail salon.
“We’ve begun preleasing for tenants who are eager to live in downtown Princeton and want to secure their preferred apartment layout and location within the building. Tenants are excited about the convenient location and lifestyle this property offers,” says Property Developer and Manager, Linda Fahmie.
To schedule an appointment to preview floor plans and pricing please call The Residences At Carnevale Plaza at 609 477-6577 or register at www.carnevaleplaza.com.
Source: Carnevale Plaza