Windsor Corporate Park Sold

Windsor Corporate Park, a four-building complex of Class A office space in East Windsor, has sold for $26.24 million. CBRE represented the seller, Raith Capital. The buyer was Strategic Funding Alternatives (SFA), a commercial real estate firm.

The complex at 50 Millstone Road totals 291,550 square feet and is 65 percent occupied. Current tenants include environmental consulting firm Woodard & Curran, French product-tracking software company Adents, receivables management company Altus, and others.

For SFA, which is based in Moorestown, the acquisition is its first in the Mercer County region. It owns 32 properties totalling more than 1.4 million square feet in southern New Jersey.

“We are so excited to be entering the Princeton/Mercer County market with this new acquisition,” said Jeffery Schneider, managing principal of SFA, in a statement. “WCC is a beautiful campus with plenty of space, abundant parking and flexible office configurations — perfect for those companies who may have industrial facilities nearby but want Class A corporate offices.”


William J. Keephart CPA PA, 2281 Brunswick Pike, Route 1 South, Lawrenceville 08648. 609-599-8800.

Prager Metis, 1249 South River Road, Suite 303, Cranbury 08512. 732-617-1100. Michael J. Aroyo, managing partner.

Lawrenceville-based accounting firm William J. Keephart CPA PA will join Prager Metis, a national firm with New Jersey locations in Cranbury, Hackensack, and Basking Ridge.

The four CPAs from William J. Keephart, which focuses on small and medium-sized business and individuals, will join Prager Metis’ Cranbury office.

Leaving Town

A warehouse on Elizabeth Street in Bordentown where Bai beverages are packed is shutting down, resulting in the loss of roughly 70 jobs.

Bai was founded in 2009 and merged with Dr. Pepper in 2017. It became part of Keurig Dr. Pepper when those two companies merged the following year.

Production will be moved to other facilities, and displaced employees can apply for positions at those locations.

The closure had been scheduled for April but was delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic.


Carol M. Sheaffer, 78, on June 5. She was a psychiatrist who served as medical director for the state of New Jersey with the Family Guidance Center until her retirement.

Edmund Allenby Wilson Jr., 82, on June 2. The architect joined the Hillier Group in 1968 and became a principal before joining the firm of Looney Ricks Kiss, and eventually beginning a solo career. His work as a planning consultant to Robbinsville Township included facilitating the construction of the BAPS Hindu temple there.

Sylvia Yarost Tumin on June 4. She retired as director of social work at Greenwood House in Ewing.

David Aaron Friedman, 87, on June 6. He formed the law firm Ridolfi and Friedman with state senator Sido Ridolfi in the early 1960s and was involved in land use and development work throughout New Jersey. His projects included the development of Eggerts Crossing Village in Lawrenceville.

Paul J. Russo, 69, on June 9. He worked at the family business, Lawrenceville Home Improvement Center, for 46 years.

Theresa K. Sawicki, 85, on June 13. She was a former owner of S & M Delicatessen in Hamilton.

Mary Clauss, 64, on May 1. She worked for the New Jersey Housing and Mortgage Finance Agency in Trenton for more than 20 years.

Barbara A. Jones, 67, on June 12. She worked in the treasury department at Princeton University for 40 years.

Benjamin “Roz” Warren, 76, on June 7. He was a member of the Princeton Fire Department for more than 50 years and had served as chief. A motorcade from Princeton Battlefield to Princeton Cemetery will take place Wednesday, July 15, at 10 a.m.

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