Princeton’s Palmer Square post office goes on the market


From Pinceton's Town Topics: "It’s official: The building that has housed the Princeton post office on Palmer Square since 1934 is for sale. A sign advertising the availability of the 11,500-square-foot building on the green was scheduled to be posted on Tuesday.  Numerous entities have shown interest in the prized piece of real estate.  

Among the bidders for the property is Palmer Square Management, which oversees the tenants of the square.  “Hopefully, we’ll be able to buy it and diversify the tenant mix of Palmer Square,” said David Newton, vice president of the company.  “Whether in terms of retail or dining or some other use, we see the building very much as a central part of the asset. Hopefully, it would be used to enhance both the square and The Nassau Inn.”  Read more.