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Hamilton Square

Hamilton Square is a census-designated place (CDP) and unincorporated community located within Hamilton Township, in Mercer County, New Jersey, United States, that is the site of an historic colonial village. Until the 2000 Census the area was part of the Mercerville-Hamilton Square CDP, which was split into two CDPs, Mercerville and Hamilton Square as of 2010. As of the 2010 United States Census, the CDP's population was 12,784.

Hamilton Square was established in 1692 and was named after Alexander Hamilton in a wave of anti-British feeling at the time of the War of 1812. It previously had been called Nottingham after the British town. As of the 2010 United States Census, the CDPs population was 12,784. Grounds For Sculpture is a 42-acre public sculpture park located in Hamilton, NJ. It was founded in 1992 on the site of the former New Jersey State Fairgrounds by J. Seward Johnson to promote an understanding of and appreciation for contemporary sculpture for all people. Visitors to the park can enjoy the outdoor permanent collection, indoor seasonal exhibitions, and learn about contemporary sculpture through a variety of educational programs including workshops for adults and children, artist residencies and lectures, tours for adults, schoolchildren, toddlers, as well as touch tours for the blind. In addition, the park also offers various events, a 42-acre arboretum, shopping and dining, including the high-rated fine dining destination known as Rat’s Restaurant. In 2007, over 100,000 people visited Grounds For Sculpture.

Kidnetic

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Cornell Heights

Cornell Heights is a residential neighborhood of detached, single family homes built ca. 1940-1985; median age is ca. 1964. Interior living space ranges from approximately 800-2,500 sq. ft. with a median of approximately 1,400 sq. ft. Median lot size is approximately three-tenths of an acre. A small park with baseball field, tennis courts and basketball court is located in the center of the neighborhood.

The neighborhood is bounded on the east by Metro Park Amtrak/Jersey Transit commuter station. Entry into the neighborhood is from Sweetbriar Road onto Rutgers Avenue, Trinity Avenue, Vetterlein Avenue, Sandlewood Avenue, Princeton Avenue or Lehigh Avenue.