New “College Themed” Hotel Planned for Downtown Princeton
According to planetprinceton.com, a hotel developer has purchased the building at 20 Nassau Street in Princeton. That's the building that houses, among other offices and businesses, Jammin' Crepes, Milk & Cookies, and The Red Onion.
Planetprinceton.com says that 20 Nassau was sold for $32 million to a company called GPNJ Owner LLC. GPNJ owns a group of hotels called Graduate Hotels.
The Graduate Hotels website says it is "a well-curated, well-crafted collection of hotels that reside in the most dynamic university towns across the country." The chain has 25 locations listed, including Ann Arbor, MI, Berkeley, CA, State College, PA, and Columbus, OH.
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Pass around the Mory’s Cups. We’ve got some celebrating to do Graduate New Haven opened today. This historic hotel, built in 1894, is rich with Yale-inspired details. Swipe through to see the transformation ⚡️ Iconic local watering hole the Old Heidelberg is back up and running, too. And did we mention our Pizza Pay Phone? Stay tuned for details on that only-in-New-Haven amenity A post shared by Graduate Hotels (@graduatehotels) on
Based on these pictures, it seems like this is going to be a very unique hotel. There's no word yet on when it expects to open, but when it does, we'll definitely be interested in taking a tour.