Many people live in Princeton because of the university environment and the excellent public school system. The hospital formerly on Witherspoon Street, has been relocated to Plainsboro where it is now known as the University Medical Center of Princeton @ Plainsboro. McCarter Theater is a great place for local music and dramatic productions. There are also numerous private schools, lovely parks and walking trails, Carnegie Lake (where the Princeton University crew team practices) and some wonderful restaurants and shops. And Princeton was the first New Jersey community to receive the World Health Organization's new designation of "age friendly community."
For more about Princeton's rich history, see the Princeton Historical Society's website at http://www.princetonhistory.org/collections/historic-sites.cfm. The new website for the merged Princeton Township and Boro is accessible at http://www.princetonnj.gov/.
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