#b#Comings and Goings on Princess Road#/b#
Construction has begun on a two-story, 20,000 square-foot medical office building at 2 Princess Road next to Princeton Pike and I-295.
The building is being constructed by a company called 2 Princess Road MAB Associates LLC, located in Edison, and is located on a property subdivided from the existing 80,000 square-foot medical office building at 2 Princess Road. The new structure will have its own parking lot and entrance.
Also on Princess Road, a move is on the horizon for Hub City, the beer distributor that was bought by Hammonton-based Kramer Beverage from Banko Beverage in March. The building is for sale, and a Hub City employee said the distributor was likely to leave its 112,885 square-foot warehouse at 6 Princess Road at some point.
Covance Inc., 111 Silvia Street, Ewing 08628. 609-434-0044. www.covance.com.
The LabCorp subsidiary Tandem Labs has been rebranded Covance following Laborp’s acquisition of Covance in 2014. (U.S. 1, November 5, 2014.)
BioClinica, 100 Overlook Center, Third Floor, Princeton 08540. 609-936-2600. David Herron, president. www.bioclinica.com.
The biotech company, based in Newtown, Pennsylvania, is moving its medical imaging business from Overlook Center to Carnegie Center in preparation for future growth.
About 300 people work at the division, which provides medical imaging services for clinical trials. The location formerly belonged to CoreLab and was merged with BioClinica in 2013 when both companies were acquired by private investment firm JLL Partners.
Stark & Stark, 993 Lenox Drive, Building Two, Lawrenceville 08648. 609-896-9060. www.stark-stark.com.
Denise Mariani has been named chair of the law firm’s nursing home litigation group. A shareholder in the firm, Mariani will lead its team representing victims of nursing home neglect and abuse.
Mariani, a Trenton native, is currently a board member on the Princeton Regional Chamber of Commerce’s Women in Business Alliance, where she has served on the subcommittee to plan the New Jersey Conference for Women. She is also actively involved with the Trenton Catholic Academy’s annual Gala. She chaired the Community Projects Committee of the Mercer County Bar Association for many years, leading various charitable events and fundraisers throughout the county.
Prior to joining Stark & Stark in 1995, Mariani served as judicial law clerk to judge Paul T. Koenig and judge Linda R. Feinberg of the Superior Court of New Jersey, Chancery Division-Family Part. She also served as a certified legal intern in the Mercer County Prosecutor’s Office in Trenton and the Dauphin County District Attorney’s Office in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. Mariani earned her law degree at Widener.
Peggy Longstreth Bayer, 94, on August 25. A lifelong Princeton resident, she was a solo tap dancer in the USO during World War II. Bayer was known in the community for teaching dance, fundraising for the American Heart Fund, and wearing patriotic colors.
Christopher M. Haws, 34, on August 30. He was a manager at T-Mobile. Services will be held Thursday, September 7, at 10 a.m. at the Bukald Memorial Home, 2141 South Broad Street, Hamilton.
Marcia Strauber, 77, on August 31. Together with her husband Josef, she owned Engineering Drilling Company in Robbinsville.
Grace M. Walter, 77, on August 31. She was the manager of the Rag Shop in Hamilton.
Dr. Leslie Hayling Sr., 90, on July 24. He was a Tuskegee Airman who practiced dentistry in Trenton for 62 years.