400 Alexander Park in West Windsor — Courtesy: Woodmont Properties/CBRE
By Joshua Burd
Woodmont Properties has completed an $11 million renovation at a West Windsor office building, where brokers with CBRE are marketing nearly 35,000 square feet.
Located at 400 Alexander Park, the building spans 71,300 square feet and boasts improvements such as a new curtainwall system, a redesigned the lobby and upgrades to elevators and restrooms. Woodmont has also installed new mechanical, electrical and energy-efficient heating and air conditioning equipment as part of an overall plan to enhance energy performance.
CBRE Senior Vice President Carolyn Sica and Senior Vice President Adam Englander are marketing the opportunity to lease two full floors totaling 34,733 square feet, touting the upgrades and the fact that it’s within walking distance of the Princeton Junction train station.
“While 400 Alexander Park already had a strong presence in the Princeton market, which is known for its commercial vitality that has attracted many large corporations, the modernization of the property has set it apart in the market,” Woodmont Properties CEO Eric Witmondt said. “We’re excited to partner with CBRE, as we prepare for new companies to occupy this world-class space.”
The building, which has a global pharmaceutical firm as a 36,600-square-foot anchor tenant, is currently awaiting LEED certification, CBRE and Woodmont said. The property is also near the New Jersey Turnpike, interstates 195 and 295 and Route 130.
The marketing team touted the building’s limited column spacing and nearby amenities such hotels, restaurants, day care facilities and a cafeteria for the employees of the property.
“With its extraordinary location within walking distance of the train station and its superior state-of-the-art building systems, we have been actively touring the building with forward-looking companies seeking both flexibility and convenience for their employees who are required to travel,” Sica said. “The park-like setting, walking trails and bike paths also add to the building’s outstanding appeal.”