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MERCER STREET

The Bonner Foundation    10 Mercer Street


MERCER STREET

The Bonner Foundation    10 Mercer Street


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From Princeton Architectural Survey No. 1109-2-S9:

 

"Named for General Hugh Mercer whose death at the Battle of Princeton was commemorated in the naming of Mercer County, Mercer Street was constructed through the battleground in 1807 as the Princeton-Kingston Branch Turnpike.  In the 19th century it became lined with many significant buildings...."

 


 

The Houses of Mercer Street:

 

(When additional information on a building is available,  blue hyperlink will be shown below)

4 Mercer St.

6 Mercer St.

9 Mercer St.

The Bonner Foundation

11 Mercer St.

24 Mercer St.

25 Mercer St.

26 Mercer St.

28 Mercer St.

30/32 Mercer St.

Trinity Church 

34 Mercer St.

36 Mercer St.

40 Mercer St.

42 Mercer St.

43 Mercer St.

44 Mercer St.

48 Mercer St.

52 Mercer St.

55 Mercer St.

58 Mercer St.

Alexander Hall

74 Mercer St.

Speer Library

80 Mercer St.

81 Mercer St.

86 Mercer St.

89 Mercer St.

91 Mercer St.

93 Mercer St.

95 Mercer St.

98 Mercer St.

103 Mercer St.

104 Mercer St.

107 Mercer St.

108 Mercer St.

112 Mercer St.

114 Mercer St.

120 Mercer St.

124 Mercer St.

130 Mercer St.

132 Mercer St.

134 Mercer St.

142 Mercer St.

144 Mercer St.

150 Mercer St.

152/154/156/158 Mercer St.

160 Mercer St.

162 Mercer St.

 


 

From Princeton Architectural Survey No. 1109-2-S9:

 

"Named for General Hugh Mercer whose death at the Battle of Princeton was commemorated in the naming of Mercer County, Mercer Street was constructed through the battleground in 1807 as the Princeton-Kingston Branch Turnpike.  In the 19th century it became lined with many significant buildings...."

 


 

The Houses of Mercer Street:

 

(When additional information on a building is available,  blue hyperlink will be shown below)

4 Mercer St.

6 Mercer St.

9 Mercer St.

The Bonner Foundation

11 Mercer St.

24 Mercer St.

25 Mercer St.

26 Mercer St.

28 Mercer St.

30/32 Mercer St.

Trinity Church 

34 Mercer St.

36 Mercer St.

40 Mercer St.

42 Mercer St.

43 Mercer St.

44 Mercer St.

48 Mercer St.

52 Mercer St.

55 Mercer St.

58 Mercer St.

Alexander Hall

74 Mercer St.

Speer Library

80 Mercer St.

81 Mercer St.

86 Mercer St.

89 Mercer St.

91 Mercer St.

93 Mercer St.

95 Mercer St.

98 Mercer St.

103 Mercer St.

104 Mercer St.

107 Mercer St.

108 Mercer St.

112 Mercer St.

114 Mercer St.

120 Mercer St.

124 Mercer St.

130 Mercer St.

132 Mercer St.

134 Mercer St.

142 Mercer St.

144 Mercer St.

150 Mercer St.

152/154/156/158 Mercer St.

160 Mercer St.

162 Mercer St.