CBRE goes to Princeton.
1100 Campus Road, Patrinely Group's third building in the Princeton market, is the first phase of Princeton Corporate Campus and represents the newest phase of the prestigious Princeton Forrestal Center. Forrestal Center is a nationally renowned office park originally developed by Princeton University, which serves as home to Merrill Lynch, Bristol Meyers Squibb and American Reinsurance, as well as numerous other high profile local and national tenants. Development will begin in the first quarter of 2004.
Bradford Fenlon, first vice president of CB Richard Ellis, will be leading the New Jersey marketing campaign on behalf of the owner, Patrinely Group, LLC. Stephen Siegel, chairman of global brokerage with CB Richard Ellis, will spearhead the national and international campaign.
"This assignment reflects our leadership position in the New Jersey office market and our expertise of the Princeton region in particular," said Fenlon.
"This world-class building is located in one of the most desirable office parks in the state and will offer tenants state-of-the-art amenities and a prestigious corporate identity."
Stephen Siegel commented, "The Princeton office marketplace is one of the most desirable locations for tenants in the state. Princeton Corporate Campus affords tenants beautifully landscaped grounds, outstanding conveniences and a world-class workplace environment. We are proud to be leading this important leasing assignment from the Patrinely Group."
Located on Route 1 between College Road and Scudders Mill Road, 1100 Campus Road is part of a five-building, 800,000 s/f master planned corporate office park. The property will feature state-of-the-art mechanical, electrical and life safety systems for today's high-tech tenants. The five floors will be virtually column-free.
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|Title Annotation:||New Jersey|
|Publication:||Real Estate Weekly|
|Article Type:||Brief Article|
|Date:||Dec 3, 2003|
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