Hamilton Township Apartment Community
Centrally located in Mercer County with easy access to Philadelphia, historic Princeton, Trenton, New York City and also the Jersey Shore, Hamilton residents enjoy a convenient lifestyle that others can only envy. Not only is the Hamilton Train Station adjacent to the property, but all of these local highlights are easily accessible via nearby I-295, I-95, Rt. 1, Rt. 206 and other convenient roadways.
Boasting dozens of nearby parks and recreational opportunities, Hamilton also has an expanding economy, quality public schools, abundant shopping, plus numerous music and arts venues such as the internationally famous Grounds For Sculpture and the planned Hamilton Township Arts and Cultural District. Enjoy headliner concerts, street festivals, or hiking and biking along the 70 – mile-long Canal State Park that can take you from the Delaware River all the way to New Brunswick. Explore museums at the state capitol in Trenton, important historical landmarks from the Revolutionary period, sporting events, and shopping from quaint Victorian neighborhoods to ultra-modern malls.
- Shopping: Just five miles from The Crossings at Hamilton, The Quaker Bridge Mall is anchored by Lord & Taylor, Macy’s and JC Penny. It also features H&M, Ann Taylor and Michael Kors among other specialty shops. For a downtown shopping experience, nothing rivals nearby Princeton where quaint local shops and cafes as well as national high-end retailers such Brooks Brothers and Bluemercury occupy historic buildings along Nassau Street and Palmer Square. For your every day needs, multiple grocery stores and a Walmart are within a few minutes of the property.
- Dining: From the five-star restaurants of Princeton to classic American fare like Stewart’s Drive-in to everything in between, a multitude of dining options surround The Crossings at Hamilton. Dependable standbys like Applebee’s and The Cheesecake factory can be found at the area’s shopping centers while standouts like Rat’s Restaurant located at the Ground for Sculpture offer unique dining experiences.Whatever you crave, this vibrant area has it.
- Entertainment: A 24-screen movie theater and Colonial Bowling & Games, a dynamic entertainment space, including not just bowling, but laser tag and an arcade, are among the entertainment options within a few minutes of The Crossings at Hamilton. Elsewhere in the immediate area, you will find world class theater productions at McCarter Theater in Princeton and Arm & Hammer Park, home of the Trenton Thunder, The New York Yankees’ minor league affiliate.
- Recreation: Mercer County offers a wide array of parks and open space. Nearby to The Crossings at Hamilton, the 2,500-acre Mercer County Park features hiking and biking trails, basketball courts, frisbee golf, an ice-skating rink, athletic fields and a tennis facility with six indoor and 22 outdoor courts, among other facilities. The park also hosts concerts and festivals in the warmer months. The Delaware and Raritan Canal State Park, which extends from Trenton to New Brunswick also passes nearby offering the opportunity to explore its trails.
- History & Culture: The world-renowned Grounds For Sculpture is located less than three miles from The Crossings at Hamilton. This 42-acre sculpture park is not to be missed by visitors and residents alike. Beyond simply exploring the stunning sculptures, the facility frequently hosts workshops and special events such as Tai Chi and meditation on the grounds. The Hamilton area was also a hotbed of American colonial activity and you’ll find no shortage of history in the area from Washington’s Crossing State Park to the William Trent House, the oldest house in Trenton, which once temporarily housed the United States’ federal offices.
Being adjacent a train station and close to major roadways means your commute is simple and seamless, but this area’s leisure-time activities are not to be overlooked. When the work day is over, you will find an expansive list of options just outside your door. To learn more about the area, visit our leasing office or call us at 609-548-8200 today for a personal tour on your calendar.