Woodmont Properties, a commercial and residential developer, today announced the implementation of a $10 million renovation for 400 Alexander Park located in West Windsor Township.
The planned renovations for the 71,000-square-foot building will enhance the overall energy performance of the property to attain LEED certification. The building is undergoing a complete renovation, which includes a new curtainwall system, a redesign of the lobby and all core areas including elevators, restrooms, new mechanical, electrical equipment and heat. The renovations will also include a computer controlled energy management system and a two-story atrium lobby. Upon completion, 400 Alexander will be transformed into a sustainable, efficient and innovative building.
“We are extremely excited to convert 400 Alexander into an architectural/engineering state of the art facility,” said Eric Witmondt, chief executive officer of Woodmont Properties. “Creating a sustainable property with a magnificent presence will not only benefit our tenants, but also the surrounding community.”
Situated in one of the Princeton area’s premiere office parks, 400 Alexander is within three miles of downtown Princeton and Princeton University and located a half mile from the Princeton Junction train station, with access to NJ Transit and Amtrak with services to NY Penn Station, Philadelphia and Washington DC. The property is also only a half mile off of Route 1 and is in close proximity to the New Jersey Turnpike, Interstates 105, 295 and Route 130.Related Articles: