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Crime & Safety

Crime & Safety

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Despite what school officials will tell you, Princeton’s campus is not the safest neighborhood in town. Quite the opposite, actually. If you look at Neighborhood Scout, which measures crime in towns and cities, out of the nine areas that comprise Princeton, the university’s campus ranks eighth in terms of crime. The only area with higher crime is Hamilton Ave/North Harrison St, which is directly north of campus. The five safest neighborhoods are Cedar Grove, Coxs Corner, Blawenburg, Heathcote, and North Princeton. If you are looking to move off campus, these neighborhoods should be first on your list.

 
 
Economy and Jobs

Economy and Jobs

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When you think of Ivy, Princeton is one of the first schools that comes to mind. It’s quintessential Ivy League, and it’s well-known that their graduates do exceptionally well in the job field after they leave the school. But that’s the thing; their graduates always leave Princeton. They either head north to cities like New York or Boston, or south to Philadelphia or Washington D.C. Some head out west, and some even leave the U.S. The thing to take away from this is that it’s more likely than not that the off-campus housing you find when you’re a student is just short-term. Knowing this, it’s easier to accept living in cheaper digs that may not be as nice as you would like (which sums up most college housing properties). In most students’ searches, affordability usually trumps quality.

 
 

We Have 605 Princeton University Apartment Listings


 
Picture Bedrooms Rent Address Updated
thumbnail 1 Bed $1,900 80 Nassau Street, Princeton, NJ September 26th
thumbnail 4 Bed $4,800 13 Park Place, Princeton, NJ September 26th
thumbnail 2 Bed $3,400 54 N Tulane Street, Princeton, NJ September 26th
thumbnail 4 Bed $5,000 55 Princeton Avenue, Princeton, NJ September 26th
thumbnail 1 - 3 Bed $4,258 - $7,750 Paul Robeson Place, Princeton, NJ December 31st
thumbnail 3 Bed $3,600 35 Hamilton Avenue, Princeton, NJ September 26th
5 Bed $7,000 94 Allison Road, Princeton, NJ September 27th
thumbnail 3 Bed $4,000 32 Gordon Way, Princeton, NJ September 26th
thumbnail 0 - 3 Bed $2,093 - Call 100 Albert Way, Princeton, NJ September 27th
thumbnail 0 - 2 Bed $1,215 - $1,655 293 Franklin Avenue, Princeton, NJ September 29th
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Name Bedrooms Price Range
Five $9,000
Two $1,900
Two - Three $2,050 - $2,900
One - Three $1,715 - $2,495
One - Three $1,440 - $2,470
Two - Three $2,090 - $2,170
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