That assignment has gone to Newmark Knight Frank, and itencompasses two light industrial buildings totaling 108,000 sf. Thesite, once occupied by Carter Wallace and Federated Metals, whosebuildings have been demolished, has been renamed the EnterpriseAve. Industrial Park.


"The plan envisions a light industrial/commercial center thatwill include a new public greenway along Assunpink Creek and therelocation of an existing rail spur," says Greg Rogerson, aprincipal of the Asbury, NJ-based JGPCO. "It's anticipated that thedevelopment will include green and sustainable design elements, andsignificant streetscape and infrastructure improvements by thecity."


Steve Tolkach, managing principal in NKF's Princeton office,who's heading the assignment, says that "we anticipate substantialinterest in the opportunity it represents. It not only provideseasy access to Route 1, but also benefits from its location withinTrenton's urban enterprise zone."

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