Warehouse Leasing

In an effort to expand its regional warehousing operation, McCollister Transportation Group has leased 66,500 square feet at KOR Companies’ Central Crossings Business Park at 401 Bordentown Hedding Road in Bordentown. Cushman & Wakefield negotiated the lease.

Balanoff, Danzig and Nissim also serve as exclusive leasing agents for Central Crossings, with Steve Tolkach of Newmark Knight Frank in Princeton.

Located in the heart of the New Jersey Turnpike Exit 7 submarket, Central Crossings Business Park’s tenants include Blue Tulip (which has just filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, and may be vacating soon, as its stores are set to close), Garden State Portable Storage (PODS), and Frank Wood Transportation. The largest of those commitments totals 47,800 square feet.

The 170-acre campus Central Crossings includes 2.3 million square feet of total development potential.


ExpertPlan, 50 Millstone Road, Windsor Corporate Park, Building 400, Suite 300, East Windsor 08520; 609-918-2500; fax, 609-918-1328. Julian Onorato, CEO. www.expertplan.com.

ExpertPlan, a private-label retirement plan record keeper, has acquired its second company in nine months. Actuarial Enterprises is a third party administrator (TPA).

The company, which currently operates out of Newtown, Pennsylvania, will ultimately relocate its employees to ExpertPlan’s headquarters in East Windsor and will operate as a wholly owned subsidiary.

Crosstown Moves

Baxter Construction Inc., 31 West Broad Street, Hopewell 08525; 609-466-3655. Jim Baxter, president. www.BaxterConstruction.com.

Residential renovator Baxter Construction has left its Nassau Street location for Hopewell.

Baxter, founded in 1989, specializes in historic homes. In 1995 a Nassau Street home renovated by the firm won the Princeton Historical preservation Award. Its more commercially known projects include renovations to architect Michael Graves’ office and to the Whole Earth Center.

Issues Management LLC/a Lowenstein Sandler Company, 100 Overlook Center, Second Floor, Princeton 08540; 609-252-1300; fax, 609-252-0123. Cindy Gordon, managing partner. Home page: www.issuesllc.com.

Issues Management LLC, a public affairs consulting firm that is part of Lowenstein Sandler, has moved from 101 Poor Farm Road to Overlook Center. The firm has six employees.

Monmouth Lighting Corporation, 5C Marlen Drive, Robbinsville 08691; 609-587-7900; fax, 609-613-5586. Keith Goldberg, principal.

Monmouth Lighting, a wholesale producer of energy-efficient lighting, has moved from 92 North Main Street to Marlen Drive, to a larger space.

Multi Video Labs Inc., 31 Airpark Road, Princeton 08540; 609-497-1930. Chin Tao Wu, president.

Multi Video Labs, a software development company founded in 1992 by C.T. Wu, has moved from Airpark Drive.

According to David Vilkomerson, president of DVX medical imaging, which shares 31 Airpark Drive with Multi Video Labs, Wu left a note that simply stated “Moved Out.” Wu apparently has moved the business to his home, but did not leave an address or phone number.

The business’s phone and fax numbers have been disconnected and the company there is no website.

Triton Info Tech Inc., 300 Alexander Park, Suite 120, Princeton 08540; 609-419-8800; fax, 609-419-1188. Aditya Nara, president. Home page: www.tritoninfotech.com.

Triton Info Tech Inc., an India-based IT company focused on the fashion and garment industries, has left its offices at 3 Independence Way and is now operating on Alexander Road, according to company president Aditya Nara.

The company employs 100 and also has offices in Ohio and Virginia.

Leaving Town

Nanopv Corp., 1405 Lower Ferry Road, Ewing 08618; 609-530-0880. Home page: www.nano-pv.com.

NanoPV, a producer of thin film silicon technologies for photovoltaics, appears to have closed down its facility on Lower Ferry Road.

Formed in 2007 by Anna Selvan John, NanoPV set out to improve performance and reliability in production and insulation costs through nanotechnology. In January, 2008, the firm partnered with Taiwan-based Kenmos Photovoltaics with the intent of producing solar cell-making equipment by the end of the year.

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