December 15, 2014
Archer & Greiner wins award, Ewing's airport shows its strength & how the town of Princeton extends beyond its borders
Congratulations to our friends at Archer & Greiner!
NJBiz announced their Business of the Year Awards winners last week at their annual event. We are very proud to congratulate our client, Archer & Greiner on being named the Corporate Citizen of the Year for 2014. For a full list of winners, please visit the NJBiz website.
As other regional airports struggle, Ewing’s Trenton-Mercer Airport continues to grow
Last year multiple regional airports made moves- Atlantic City International Airport added more United Airlines flights, Frontier Airlines added a stop in Wilmington, DE and People Express began service out of Newark Liberty International Airport. At the same time, Trenton-Mercer Airport spent $20 million in renovations and reopened to the public with Frontier Airlines. As of now, the Trenton-Mercer addition is the only one left standing- and its not just barely making it, its growing. NJBiz provides more details here.
Princeton is everywhere
If you’re familiar with the area you understand that just because a business, store, or corporate park has “Princeton” in the name does not mean it is actually located in the town of Princeton. Mayors from neighboring towns (whose names often get replaced by “Princeton”) weigh in and add their comments in this nj.com article. Previously this year, the cache attached to the Princeton name and how it effected corporate tenant’s location decisions was discussed also.
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