Raritan Center

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Welcome sign at entrance to Raritan Center

Raritan Center is a large business park located in the southern portion of Edison in Middlesex County. It is one of the largest business parks in the Northeast and the largest in Middlesex County.[1] Raritan Center contains approximately 13,000,000 square feet (1,200,000 m2) in over 100 buildings of office, research, warehouse, distribution, and industrial space, and more than 3,000 tenants. Raritan Center includes the New Jersey Convention and Exposition Center, several hotels, three banks, a travel agency, a day care center, the main studio and newsroom of News 12 New Jersey, and a U.S. Post Office, as well the regional operations for both United Parcel Service and Federal Express. It is also a few miles away from the Metropark train station. The on-site Sheraton Edison offers 274 guestrooms with additional accommodations available at the Extended Stay America and the The Edison Hotel which are both located adjacent to Raritan Center.

References[edit]

  1. ^ DePalma, Anthony (November 27, 1983). "A New Face for Industrial Parks". The New York Times. Retrieved March 29, 2008. "New Jersey's current office boom also controls the future growth of other parks in the state. One of the largest, the 2,350-acre (9.5 km2) Raritan Center in Edison, has always been primarily a distribution and warehousing facility." 

Coordinates: 40°31′21″N 74°20′16″W / 40.5224°N 74.3377°W / 40.5224; -74.3377