PRC Group, the developer of The College of New Jersey’s 11-building Campus Town project, announced it has partnered with Enterprise to create a car-share program for students.RELATED: Developer, TCNJ expanding Campus Town project — before it even opens
The West Long Branch-based developer also said its partnership with Enterprise Car Share will allow freshmen, who are not allowed to have cars on the Ewing campus, to take advantage of the program. By signing up, they can use the service at age 18, rather than the typical rental age requirement of 25, according to a news release.
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PRC is constructing the $120 million, mixed-use project at TCNJ. The first nine buildings, a mix of nearly 450 beds and 80,000 square feet of retail, are slated to be complete by late summer.
The walkable, Main Street-style development on the western side of campus is aimed at relieving TCNJ’s unmet demand for student housing.
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