Live Life Luxuriously

The Residences at Natirar will exude romance through the beauty of their architecture, lush gardens, and focus on simple living. Retreat from the routine of daily life by reconnecting with nature, community, and your true self. Right at home. 

The Residences are designed to be an innovative and limited real estate and lifestyle concept consisting of 24 brand-new private luxury residences in a healthy, invigorating environment. In this spectacular destination once owned by the King of Morocco, you’ll find your dream home plus every amenity, fitness choice, and wellness opportunity offered exclusively at Natirar. Residence owners will gain all of the benefits and conveniences of a resort lifestyle--without the maintenance concerns.

Designed by the renowned architect Bob Hillier, exciting progress on these homes are currently underway. Join our exclusive community to carry on the tradition of luxurious living at Natirar.

J. Robert Hillier, FAIA

Co-Founder & Principal, Studio Hillier
190 Witherspoon Street, Princeton, New Jersey

J. Robert Hillier, FAIA, founded Hillier Architecture in 1966.  Today it is known as Studio Hillier where, with his architect wife, Barbara, he is working extensively on residential architecture and land use strategies.  Hillier has received over 300 state, national and international design awards, many for projects on which Bob was the lead designer. In 1998, Architectural Record identified Hillier Architecture as one of the best-managed firms in the United States.  His designs have been published by all of the architectural journals.

In 1989, Bob Hillier was named New Jersey's Entrepreneur of the Year by Inc. Magazine.  He was the first recipient, in 2001, of the Leonardo daVinci Award from the Professional Services Management Association for lifetime leadership in his profession.  Additionally, he has received the AIA's Michael Graves Lifetime Achievement Medal and the NJIT President's Medal for Lifetime Achievement.  More recently he received the Urban Land Institute Legacy Award for land conservation and the development of affordable housing.

As a member of the core faculty at Princeton University’s School of Architecture, Bob has lectured extensively in the United States at schools of architecture and to AIA chapters.   He is a major stockholder of Princeton’s leading newspaper, Town Topics, and the Publisher of Princeton Magazine.

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