After years of preparation, the Arts and Transit Project at Princeton University is about to begin in the early spring of 2013. The project involves getting rid of the old to make way for the new. With this in mind, today Community and Regional Affairs at the university is working to make it widely known that houses on Alexander Street are now obtainable for free to anyone who will be able to take them to go.
The projects planned start was to begin with demolishing several buildings.
Instead of destroying the old homes owned by Princeton University that sit on Alexander Street south of University Place, the university is hoping to give them away. This is a wonderful opportunity to get to achieve the American dream of home ownership. There is a catch though. In order to take possession of one of the houses one must make arrangements and pay to relocate the structure.
Applications for homes must be submitted before project is to begin.
For those who have the property available to move a house to and the means of moving it should apply now to get their free Princeton house. The houses have to be moved before the end of April when work is to begin.
The homes on Alexander Street are marked for removal.
X marks the spot literally. The houses from 106 Alexander Street to 194 Alexander Street, with the exception of 156 Alexander Street, are marked with an X to denote that they are slated for removal to make way for the new construction.
The homes may be free but are in need of tender loving care.
In addition to moving costs, the houses need a loving hand to turn them into “home sweet home”. The structures are in need of mostly interior work to make them livable. These homes present the perfect opportunity to use creativity in design and décor to create a beautiful abode.
Anyone interested in a free home should contact the Princeton University Office of Community and Regional Affairs.
Be ready to pick up an Alexander Street home and get in touch with the Princeton University Office of Community and Regional Affairs. Call the office at (609) 258-3204 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to apply and make arrangements to get a free house.
This is a wonderful opportunity to own a piece of a historic university that one can live in. Help save a house from being demolished. Turn a free house offering into a beautifully adorned abode ready for a new life in a new location with a new purpose to live. Have fun decorating the abode and never be afraid to dance!
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