Princeton Forrestal Center was initially conceived in the early 1970's by The Trustees of Princeton University as a means to influence the shape and pattern of development in central New Jersey. The original master planning was done by Sasaki Associates of Watertown, Massachusetts. The entire project and many of its individual components have received international recognition.
Today there are over 6,000,000 square feet of office/research space either completed or planned. The Princeton Forrestal Center community is home to over 175 companies. Our business roster ranges from Fortune 500 companies to the smaller start-up firms. All industry sectors are represented - from the pharmaceutical industry to biotechnology, banking, finance and investment, educational and non-profits. With its close proximity to Princeton University and the diverse and talented work force businesses have a large employment pool from which to draw.
Outstanding lodging and conference accommodations in Princeton Forrestal Center include the Princeton Marriott, Westin Princeton, Holiday Inn Express Southeast, Courtyard by Marriott, Homewood Suites and Crowne Plaza.
For dining – there are a variety of small cafés and fine restaurants in Princeton Forrestal Center. The Princeton Forrestal Village Food Court offers casual dining as do the various cafés in many of the office buildings. Other restaurants include Ruby Tuesday, Salt Creek Grille, Tre Piani, Tre Bar and Ruth's Chris Steak House.
Over 500 acres have been set aside as permanent open space and woodland. The Delaware and Raritan Canal Park forms the western boundary of Princeton Forrestal Center. The headquarters for the Park is located in a beautifully restored building that is surrounded by over 200 acres of parkland. To the east are the John P. Moran woods with its woodland trails and picnic groves.Real Estate Information Pamphlet