Avalon Princeton Junction Apartments has a Walk Score of 40 out of 100. This location is a Car-Dependent neighborhood so most errands require a car.
Within 0.5 miles of a bus line(s), Controlled access to buildings, Freshly landscaped playground, BBQ and picnic area, Energy Star appliances, high efficiency heat/cool, Furnished and short term leases available, Additional storage closet on balcony/patio, Brand New Sparkling Outdoor Heated Swimming Pool, State-of-the-art fitness center with yoga room, Abundant Closet Space, Large Pantries, Dishwasher, Full Size Washer/Dryer, Tennis Courts
Bob Driscoll May 01, 2016
Nice diverse community, near the train station and very well maintained. Rent a bit on the high side. This was supposed to be a temporary move after we sold our home in West Windsor as we "downsized" We've been here over 6 years now so, obviously, we like it here.
Jill Kline Dec 22, 2015
Very happy here.. I have found the staff to be very warm and friendly. The grounds are beautiful and very well kept. Each time I have had to put in a maintenance call within a few hours and at times less they have already been here and the problem resolved. I like how they keep the tenants well informed through emails of events that maybe going on, work that will be done outside., of if on certain days the office will be closing early. Over all my experience in living here has been very positive.
Asma Javaid May 21, 2016
Excellent neighborhood. Friendly staff. Close access to shopping.
Rebecca Garvin Jan 28, 2016
Peaceful place to Live, Safe and Comfortable.
Gabriella Michelle Aug 14, 2013
I found the entire Avalon Princeton Junction community to be one large scam on how they can just get more and more money out of the tenants, especially upon departure. They claimed I never gave them my 60 day written notice (on a 90 day lease, by the way) and assessed me an extra $1000 in rent upon leaving. I left in on the desk in the rental office when no one was there and they misplaced it. Their word against mine. However, they all knew I was not renewing anyway. I am a professional person who has never experienced such a scam type of mentality ever in a community. They will also try to nickle and dime you with the inspection walkthrough at departure and charge you for items that are not even there. I protested the additional charges and they would not give in. We are not talking a few $$, we're talking literally $1000 extra dollars. I would think that most tenants would never see their security deposit monies back ever. Simply an awful way to do business, especially in such an upscale community like Princeton. I told them I would make this experience Public, and this is only the beginning.