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                Welcome to the Princeton Mercer Region — Your Gateway to Central New Jersey
 Contents
3 ........... WHY PRINCETON-MERCER?
6 ..................... PRINCETON-MERCER REGION MAP
8 ................................. REAL ESTATE 11......................DINING & SHOPPING 12 ................................. EDUCATION 14 ................SPORTS & RECREATION 16 ......................... ARTS & CULTURE 18 .............................. HEALTH CARE 22 ....................... TRANSPORTATION 25 ............................ BUYER’S GUIDE 66 ............ MEMBERSHIP DIRECTORY
 Visit PrincetonMercerChamber.org to learn more about the Princeton Mercer region’s business community and the benefits of membership in the Princeton Mercer Regional Chamber of Commerce.
©2019 Princeton Mercer Regional Chamber of Commerce. Reproduction
of any portion of this publication without written permission from the publisher is forbidden. The information in this magazine is gathered and carefully compiled to ensure maximum accuracy. However, because the completeness and accuracy of the information cannot be guaranteed, the Princeton Mercer Regional Chamber of Commerce and Today Media Custom Communications cannot accept responsibility for omissions or errors.
Princeton’s central business district, along Nassau Street across from Princeton University, is the heart of the Princeton region and the gateway to Mercer County and Central New Jersey. Palmer Square is a focal point for leisurely strolling, shopping and dining. Many surrounding townships
in Mercer County, from Trenton to Hamilton, from the Windsors to Lawrence, offer rewarding areas of interest. Each municipality has a charm of its own.
Within commuting distance of New York City and Philadelphia, the Princeton- Mercer region is home to several Fortune 100 companies, more than 25,000
small and mid-sized businesses, and exceptional educational programs. The region also contains state-of-the-art healthcare facilities and an excellent public transportation system. The Princeton Mercer region played a pivotal role in our country’s history and offers
unique historical and cultural landmarks
to our more than 2 million visitors. Our internationally recognized educational institutions provide the region with a diverse and well-educated workforce.
We believe any business can build a future in the Princeton Mercer region. Our area offers four vital and unmatched business advantages, including proximity and
easy access to customers and suppliers, a high technology base, state-of-the- art infrastructure, and a highly skilled, educated workforce.
We welcome and invite you to join in our Chamber’s growth.
Peter Crowley President and CEO
 Distributed by: Princeton Mercer Regional Chamber of Commerce; 182 Nassau Street, Suite 301; Princeton, New Jersey 08542; Phone: 609-924-1776; Fax: 609-924-5776; info@princetonmercer.org; www.princetonmercerchamber.org; www.visitprinceton.org; Cover Photo Credit of Grounds for Sculpture: Pond at Rat’s Restaurant. Photo: Matt Yao
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