Robins Hall: 401 Main Street, Metuchen, New Jersey
STEPS FROM TRAIN STATION!
Until 2017, 401-403 Main Street, Metuchen, New Jersey was the tallest building in Downtown, Metuchen, New Jersey (53 feet high, but only 3 stories), as well as being one of the oldest. The building, originally known as Robins Hall, was built almost 150 years ago at a time when Main Street was a dirt road and horses were the primary means of transportation.
Nassau Development, L.P., an affiliate of U.S. Real Estate Acquisitions, L.L.C., purchased the building in 1994, gutted it and created the 7 apartments, There is the Akihi Bubble Tea and Tribos Peri Peri Restaurrant.
The building is just steps from the Metuchen train station with easy access North to New York City and Newark, and South to Princeton and Trenton. There is also easy access to the Garden State Parkway, NJ Turnpike, Route 287 and Route 1.
Robins Hall is in the heart of Downtown Metuchen with stores, restaurants, pubs, hair salons, fitness studios, dry cleaners and nail salons.