19 and 21 Roszel Road have been designed and built for tenants who want presence, control and beauty. This complete package of goals can only be achieved in a boutique setting, not a giant corporate campus. Roszel Square is the only new Class A development in Princeton where a mid-size tenant can name and design a building, and where a small tenant can project its identity through a beautiful glass frontage directly into a stunning lobby.
Roszel Square is at the epicenter of one of the most distinctive corporate locations in the United States—the Route 1 corridor of central New Jersey that is home to countless Fortune 500 companies and the professional firms that service them, as well as Princeton University and the research-and-technology region known as Einstein's Alley. The area also features first-class shopping, dining, hospitality and recreation.
The Princeton address connotes prestige — both in the organizations located there and in the highly-regarded people who staff them.
Roszel Square is easily accessible to Route 1 via the Alexander Road exit and to mass transportation via the nearby Princeton Junction train station.
Hill Wallack, LLP
202 Carnegie Center
21 Roszel Road
Tremendous natural light and state-of-the-art conference centers.
Hill Wallack had occupied its previous Carnegie Center space for over twenty years and wanted to move into a modern office that better reflected its corporate culture, and create a work environment with cutting-edge law firm-design and finishes.
The 21,000 sf floor plates and high ceilings at 21 Roszel Rd, combined with full-height, glass-wall furniture systems throughout, create a bright and airy environment with clean lines and finishes in both the legal offices and the state of the art conference center. Mission Accomplished!