First month's rent free on a 13 month lease - Select units only - Please visit for details
The Crossings at Plainsboro is eager to showcase the completion of the first phase of its recent multi-million-dollar renovation project. The newly redesigned one and two-bedroom apartments features new stainless steel appliances, contemporary kitchen countertops, modern cabinets, lighting and faucet fixtures. And for your added convenience, each renovated unit includes a washer and dryer. Exterior upgrades has also taken place with the remodeled tennis courts. pool, fitness and leasing center.
Our focus with these upgrades, has been to enhance our residents experience by providing them with the luxury they deserve but a pricing they can afford and love! The Crossings at Plainsboro is ready to introduce to you your new apartment home!
Come and see what affordable luxury is supposed to look like!
Do not live here! The "new" apartments are poorly thrown together...and they won't let you leave!
New shower installed at angle and floods bathroom every time. Upstairs shower leaked into our ceiling and the repair looks terrible! Upstairs dishwasher leaked into our kitchen ceiling! Water heater broke TWICE and flooded our apartment!!
We are trying to leave and they have demanded 3 months rent which is just under $6000!!!!!!!
Pleasant and friendly community.
Good place to live with children
Simple apartments with efficient management system and facilities that make you feel "it's worth it!"
I moved during February end. It is decent apartment and well maintained. Community and location seems to be nice. Positive things are it is probably the best Apartment in the price range, well maintained, support staff are very professional and helpful, quiet neighborhood but you have to choose the unit as per your preference. Negative things are size of the unit is small, it gets cold in winter so you have to use heater more often. Overall this is probably best place to live in this price range (I and my other friends went through many other apartment communities) if your work is commutable. Good Luck!