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Articles & Recognition

TAPintoPrinceton: A Concept for the Princeton Seminary Site: 238 Apartments, 48 Affordable

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 TOWN TOPICS: Plans for Development of Seminary Site are Topic of Forum SF

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 PLANET PRINCETON: Developer proposes 238 luxury apartment units for Princeton Seminary Site on 206

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Herring Properties to Break Ground on 80,000 SF

in Bristol, PA at 2151 Green Lane part of the 81-acre Bristol Commerce Center (BCC). The new facility, to be completed this spring, will be the fourth building at BCC. 

Winner 2012: Design Develop Construct Journal, “Maximizing Value: One Developer’s Millstone is Another’s Treasure”

This is a quarterly publication for the construction and real estate development industry.  The magazine covers important topics such as sustainability, advancements in architecture, market trends, construction economics, sales, marketing, public/private partnerships, and project financing.  

LOOSE ENDS: The electricity of connection for food and facilities, Restaurateur James “Jim” Nawn and real estate developer James “Jamie” Herring share more than their first names. Both Princeton entrepreneurs, in their early 50s, have MBA degrees (Nawn from Boston College, Herring from Columbia Business School), winning smiles, easygoing demeanors that belie the fact that they are intensely driven businessmen, who are leaving their marks on Princeton in a most visible and visceral way – with food and facilities...

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Certificate of Environmental Stewardship

Awarded by the Department of Environmental Protection to Herring Properties in appreciation of its voluntary and proactive measures taken to go beyond compliance in an effort to improve the environment and ensure a sustainable future. 

Mid Atlantic Real Estate Journal, New Jersey-Pennsylvania-Delaware-Maryland-Virginia, March 16, 2012, “Best of 2011” - Largest Mixed Use Sale Property.

Mid Atlantic Real Estate Journal “Best of 2011” juried competition highlights the largest developments, major financial transactions, largest retail & industrial transactions, in addition to the most unusual architectural and construction projects. Featuring the owners, brokers, developers, and architects who made it all happen.

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New Jersey Business Magazine, New Good Neighbor Award 

An award designed to recognize “the best and most exciting commercial and industrial development projects in New Jersey."

New Jersey Business Magazine, New Good Neighbor Award 

An award designed to recognize “the best and most exciting commercial and industrial development projects in New Jersey."

 Letter of gratitude and support from Frank R. Lautenberg

Senator Lautenberg commended Herring Properties on our dedication to renewable energy and the environment and offered his continued support in promoting renewable energy resources

Herring Properties was awarded the 2011/12 winner of the Mixed Use category for land development from the Somerset County Planning Board on January 2012.

This award was given in special recognition of the following:

  • Repositioning of a 30-year-old office building and lease up to 90% with major corporate tenants: Johnson & Johnson and Blessing White

  • Construction of a solar array that provides 40% of the power to the office building

  • Construction of 160 residential units that offer walk-to-work opportunities and affordable housing

  • Storm water management on site

  • Creation of 40 acres of conservation area with additional two acres of trees

New Jersey Business; Skillful In Skillman

"After some $9 million in capital expenditures over a two-year period, JER Partners/Herring Properties turned 23 Orchard Road in Skillman into a Class A corporate facility that is 85 percent leased, boasting tenants such as Johnson & Johnson, Oscient Pharmaceuticals, Blessing-White and Twin Hens. Not bad, considering the building was almost empty a few years ago. Total full-time employment at the facility is 800..."

U.S. 1: Extreme Makeover Corporate Edition​

"An out-of-style building in the commercial real estate market is about as appealing as a polyester pants suit in a Manhattan nightclub. Subtract a few more points for shabbiness and that’s about what Jamie Herring found at 23 Orchard Road in Montgomery Township when he inspected the property, three buildings connected by a covered atrium, with an eye toward adding it to his real estate holdings..."

Real Estate New Jersey: Deal of the Month

"Johnson and Johnson, the New Brunswick-based pharmaceutical giant, has leased 112,000 sf of office space at 23 Orchard Rd., a three-story, 238,000 sf class A building in this township's Skillman section... ​"

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