Princeton Place in Hopewell — Courtesy: Cushman & Wakefield
By Joshua Burd
A professional services firm is relocating its regional office as part of a nearly 9,000-square-foot lease in Hopewell, under a newly announced transaction by Cushman & Wakefield.
Geosyntec Consultants, an environmental consulting and engineering practice, has committed to 8,886 square feet at the 1.8-million-square-foot Princeton Place campus, according to a news release. The firm is leasing the space from Lindy Communities, C&W said, touting the upscale amenities at the sprawling three-building office park.
C&W’s Todd Elfand, Kevin Carton, Paul Giannone and Joe Vacca represented ownership, while Steve Tolkach of Newmark Knight Frank represented Geosyntec Consultants.
“Princeton Place at Hopewell’s trophy-quality space, amenity package and state-of-the-art infrastructure were major draws for Geosyntec,” Elfand said. “The property’s 550-acre, collegiate campus-style environment — punctuated by pedestrian rock bridges, ponds and greenways — includes a 1.5 mile jogging trail, two ball fields, volleyball courts, basketball courts, tennis courts and a fitness center. It truly rivals anything in this market.”
Geosyntec, which is relocating from Ewing, will have branding at Princeton Place, which spans 1700, 1750 and 1800 American Blvd. Its new home offers easy access to interstates 95 and 295, along with co-tenants such as Horizon Blue Cross, Janssen Research, Cenlar FSB, BNY Mellon/Albridge and Bank of America.
“We’re proud that Geosyntec has chosen our development to be their new home,” said Elaine Lindy, partner of Lindy Communities. Chief Operating Officer Brian Kroker added, “Geosyntec Consultants is a highly regarded leader in scientific and engineering technology, and we’re excited to welcome them to the Princeton Place campus.”