A Community for Independent Living

Princeton Windrows is a vibrant, inclusive and welcoming independent living community that is truly Different by Design. One of our greatest distinctions is that as part of this community you will maintain full control of your assets, financial future, and health care.

Very few 55-plus communities offer these important advantages.

Life is to be lived! At Princeton Windrows you have full access to first-class services by a friendly well-trained staff and a wide range of superior amenities. Live with style with intellectually stimulating friends and neighbors in classically elegant surroundings. Enjoy exceptional meals prepared by chefs with country-club training in our three artfully decorated dining rooms. For personal enrichment and just plain fun, choose from a variety of classes and seminars, cultural events, film showings, musical performances, fitness pursuits, and more. Take advantage of the Princeton University campus and activities, and the bustling culture of downtown Princeton and its many historic sites, parks, restaurants, and stores. If you desire, visit Manhattan or Philadelphia – both just a short trip away.

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Richard and Bonnie Perlman, local residents and business owners, decided that despite their feelings of uncertainty about the future, they would move to a community that would provide them with peace of mind during the next chapter of their lives.
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- Richard and Bonnie Perlman , Resident

The options at Windrows are amazing – with 35 acres, villas, and apartments. I am able to live such an active life with easy access to the pool, gym, and lectures. It's like living on a cruise ship and there is so much enjoyment.
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- Marcella Ann Stapor , Resident

The best thing about Windrows is the community of aspects of living here. Living is so easy here. From the maintenance, the security, the community aspect, to the lectures, people are very supportive of each other.
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- Ruth Besser and Bill Besser, M.D. , Residents

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