Geosyntec to relocate regional office from one N.J. town to another

Geosyntec Consultants has relocated its regional office from Ewing to Hopewell, according to Cushman & Wakefield.

The environmental consulting and engineering firm will take up 8,886 square feet at Princeton Place at Hopewell, a three-building, Class A campus owned by Lindy Communities.

“We’re proud that Geosyntec has chosen our development to be their new home,” Elaine Lindy, partner of Lindy Communities, said.

Todd Elfand, Kevin Carton, Paul Giannone and Joe Vacca of Cushman & Wakefield’s Iselin office represented Lindy as the leasing agent for the complex. Steve Tolkach from Newmark Knight Frank represented Geosyntec.

“Princeton Place at Hopewell’s trophy-quality space, amenity package and state-of-the-art infrastructure were major draws for Geosyntec,” Elfand said. “The property’s 550-acre, collegiate campus-style environment – punctuated by pedestrian rock bridges, ponds and greenways – includes a 1.5 mile jogging trail, two ball fields, volleyball courts, basketball courts, tennis courts and a fitness center. It truly rivals anything in this market.”

The 1.8 million-square-foot Princeton Place at Hopewell is located at 1700, 1750 and 1800 American Blvd., proximate to interstates 95 and 295. Amenities include high-end finishes, food service, specialty food trucks, collaboration and conference areas, and ample parking.

“Geosyntec Consultants is a highly-regarded leader in scientific and engineering technology, and we’re excited to welcome them to the Princeton Place campus,” Brian Kroker, chief operating officer, said.