Lawrenceville Township2018-08-06T11:11:52+00:00

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    Living in Lawrenceville, NJ

    An unincorporated area within Lawrence Township, Lawrenceville is a unique community in the heart of Mercer County. Just one square mile in size, and with approximately 4,000 residents, Lawrenceville is part of the Lawrence Township Public School System, with seven public schools, including Lawrenceville Elementary, located within Lawrenceville itself. Lawrenceville is also home to the Lawrenceville School, one of the country’s oldest and most competitive boarding and prep schools.

    The heart of Lawrenceville is its historic Main Street, with a great assortment of restaurants, services, and retail establishments. Main Street is home to the village’s seasonal Sunday farmers’ market, summer concerts, and neighborhood events. Moreover, Lawrenceville has an abundance of open space. Even in the heart of its commercial center, one finds Weeden Park, a quiet stretch of nature and prime gathering spot for Lawrenceville residents. The village is also a short distance from both Rider University and Princeton University. For more information about events, activities, and places of interest in Lawrenceville, NJ CLICK HERE!

    Lawrenceville is located directly northwest of US Route 206, which is accessible via exits 7A and 7B off of the NJ Turnpike. Residents commuting to and from Lawrenceville are just a short car or bus ride away from the Princeton Junction Train Station, located on NJ Transit’s Northeast Corridor line and offering service to Trenton and New York City. Browse our Lawrenceville apartments for rent below.