“It means a great deal to me to know that I can afford this housing”, stated David Anderson.  After retiring, David’s decreased income required him to downsize.  His two-...

In 2001, Ramon Orostizaga, his wife, and two daughters moved from Chile to Jersey City.  It was Ramon’s educational journey that led him to Princeton Theological Seminary in 2010 where he obtained...

Originally from Princeton, Shelley Howard qualified for a studio apartment and moved to Elm Court over two years ago.

“I am as happy now as I wanted to be when I was five years old,” Beth Plankey responded when asked if she enjoys living at Elm Court.

When Emmanuel Ebong first arrived in the US from Lagos, Nigeria in 1997, he felt like a pioneer. “We had no family, no community, and no support system when we arrived.

Yiu Yin Chan and Min Guiying are friends and enjoy gardening in the Community Garden where they have their own plots during the spring and summer months.

Chris and Anna Muflam and their three children now reside at Princeton Community Village (PCV), arriving in Princeton three years ago after securing a diversity visa for travel to the United States... Read more

Lois Craig was born in 1927 in a small house located at 1 Margerum Court in Princeton, NJ. Her mother and maternal grandmother were also natives to Princeton.

Frank and Veronica Chmiel and their three children have been at PCV for six years. Frank, a graduate of Princeton University, teaches history at Montgomery High School and Veronica is a nurse. The... Read more
Stephanie Nazario was just fourteen years old when she moved to PCV with her parents. Now twenty six years later she lives with her husband, Jim, and their three children in a townhouse on Red Oak... Read more