Woodmont Properties said Monday its fully renovated office building in West Windsor Township achieved LEED certification.
Located at 400 Alexander Park, within walking distance of the Princeton Junction Train Station, the property was completely renovated to feature a new façade with enhanced energy performance including state-of-the-art lighting, glass curtain wall and computer-controlled, efficient heating and cooling systems.
As part of the complete renovations, Woodmont redesigned the lobby and the building’s core including elevators and restrooms.
“We’re exceptionally proud of 400 Alexander Park achieving LEED certification and further adding to its attractiveness and strong presence in the Princeton market,” said Eric Witmondt, chief executive officer of Woodmont Properties. “Today, 400 Alexander Park represents a sustainable, bright, efficient and innovative property which is only further enhanced by its prime location, outdoor amenities and beautiful office park setting.”
The 71,300-square-foot building has select availability and is being marketed by JLL Managing Director Thomas Romano, Senior Vice President Tim Norris and Associate TJ Romano. The third floor is built out, furnished and ready for move-in.
“With its extraordinary transit-oriented location 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,” said Romano. “The natural landscape, walking trails, bike path and reflecting pool also add to the building’s outstanding appeal.”
Nearby amenities include hotels, restaurants, daycare facilities and a cafeteria for the employees of the property. Additionally, 400 Alexander Park is only 2.5 miles from Princeton University, a half-mile from Route 1 and in proximity to the New Jersey Turnpike, Interstates 105, 295 and Route 130.