New in Town
KT America Corp, 2650 Route 130, Suite 1, Cranbury 08512; 609-655-5333; fax, 609-655-8933. www.ktamer.com.
KT America, an importer of fabric ground covers used in agriculture, has opened a location in Cranbury. The company also operates in the Middle East and Canada.
Retail Leases Signed
Hilton Realty has announced that it signed tenants to 11 new retail leases during the first quarter of 2011.
Henderson Sotheby’s, a residential real estate firm, signed on for 1,782 square feet above Sovereign Bank at Montgomery Shopping Center on Route 206. Thomas Sweet Cafe leased 2,928 square feet and T&T Pet Supply leased 4,285 square feet there as well.
At the Pennington Shopping Center, Adio Chiropractic leased 1,200 square feet, while Infinite Bridges, a crafting and activity center, took 2,109 feet. Both were represented by Al Toto of Commercial Property Network.
Bag of Bones Barkery, a specialty pet food bakery and pet store, opened its new 4,425 square foot store at Mercerville Shopping Center in Hamilton. Also in Hamilton, Alexander’s Twin Pharmacy leased 3,678 square feet at Kuser Plaza.
Advance Auto, a national auto parts retailer, leased a 6,344 square foot end unit at Parkside Plaza in Ewing.
Creative Computing, an Apple-authorized computer reseller and service provider, signed for 1,511 square feet of retail space at Research Park on Route 206. The shop will relocate from its current location at 80 Nassau Street.
In Princeton, Naked Pizza leased 1,990 square feet at 180 Nassau Street, and the Bank of Princeton will build out a new retail branch at 194 Nassau Street.
Matt Malatich, Mark Hill and Jon Brush of Hilton Realty Co. represented the landlord in each transaction.
Hilton Management, 902 Carnegie Center, Suite 400, Princeton 08540; 609-921-6060; fax, 609-921-0939. www.hiltonrealtyco.com.
Marke Communications (Princeton Communications Group), 132 West State Street, Trenton. Lawrence H. Krampf, CEO. www.marke.com.
Marke Communications, an advertising and marketing firm, has closed its Trenton office and consolidated into its headquarters in Manhattan. The company can be reached online or at 212-684-5600.
ARI Insurance Companies Inc., 133 Franklin Corner Road, Lawrenceville. www.ari-ins.com.
ARI, a commercial auto insurance provider, has left its Lawrenceville offices and moved to Newtown. The company can be reached at 215-820-4506.
Corridor Mortgage, 2277 Route 33, Hamilton Square. www.corridormortgage.com.
Corridor Mortgage has left its office in the Golden Crest Corporate Center and now operates in Bensalem, Pennsylvania. The firm can be reached at 215-942-8740.
Sign Solutions International, 4365 Route 1 South, Princeton. Seema Singh, president. www.signsoul.com.
Sign Solutions, a Connecticut-based sign design and printing company, has left its location at 4365 Route 1. The firm can be reached online or at its headquarters in Plainfield, Connecticut, at 860-564-1400.
DVA America Corp., 17 Hulfish Street, Princeton. www.dva-group.com.
DVA America, a division of German commercial trading giant DVA International GMBh, has left its office at 17 Hulfish. The company’s American office was run by Christian Torske, who acted as the division’s president and sole sales person. There is no forwarding information.
Sopherion Therapeutics LLC, 104 Carnegie Center, Princeton. www.sopherion.com.
Sopherion Therapeutics, a biopharmaceutical company focused on the development and commercialization of anti-cancer therapies, appears to have left its office in Carnegie Center. The company’s website is active, but its phone and fax numbers have been disconnected and its office is empty.
Lutronic USA, 51 Everett Drive, West Windsor. www.lutronic.com.
Lutronic, a seller of machines for cosmetic and reconstructive surgery, appears to have left its office at 51 Everett Drive.
Based in South Korea, the company’s American headquarters are in San Jose, California, and can be reached at 888-588-7644 or email@example.com
Charles J. “Dewey” Weingart, 82, on May 22. He ran Dewey’s Upholstery Shop in Princeton Junction from 1944 until the time of his death.
Frederick Alan Bentley, 67, on May 20. He managed Bentley’s Market in Lawrenceville for 20 years and spent 25 years as a volunteer firefighter in Lawrence Township.
Kim Goldenberg, 56, on May 20. A Hamilton resident, he worked in the Office of Information Technology for the state of New Jersey for 25 years.
Donald J. Carden on May 13. He was the area manager for the Tokamak Fusion Test Reactor, working with Princeton University physicists from 1975 to 1986.