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American Metro Center · Hamilton, NJ


Meritage Properties
(914) 723-3533
Andrew Nathan
Asset Manager

Meritage Properties/LPC
Amy Kline

Property Manager
(609) 631-8915

CBRE, Inc.
Matthew Saker
Leasing Agent
(732) 509-2842
Adam Englander
Leasing Agent
(732) 509-2844


  • 1 and 2 Story Fully Renovated Office Building
  • 487,376 Rentable Square Feet
  • High profile industrial renovation featuring exposed brick, high ceilings, “industrial chic”
  • Excellent Location Adjacent to the Hamilton Train Station
  • Fitness Center, First class Café, Shared Conference Center, On Site Management

Properties > American Metro Center

On May 8th, 2006, Meritage Properties acquired American Metro Center, a 487,376 SF office building in Hamilton, NJ. Built in the late 1800s, the American Metro Center of today is the end result of a dynamic transformation of the original home of the American Standard manufacturing facility into a Class A, state of the art, office campus. The restored complex affords tenants a uniquely high character and flexible office environment in an industrial chic setting. Property features include ample adjacent parking, an on-site conference center and top quality café serving both breakfast and lunch, a first class Fitness Center and locker room facility, on-site property management, immediate proximity to the Hamilton Train Station and unparalleled road connectivity to Princeton and points north, south east and west. American Metro Center offers the most dynamically creative office space in the greater Princeton market, highlighted by full height window lines, exposed high ceilings and multiple skylights.

Situated immediately adjacent to the Hamilton Transit Station and one quarter mile west of exit 65 of I-295/95 and just minutes away from Princeton’s Route 1 corridor, American Metro Center tenants benefit from superior access to both mass transit and the area highway system. The Hamilton Train Station provides direct connection to Trenton (10 minutes), Philadelphia (40 minutes), New York’s Penn Station (50 minutes), and Washington DC (2 ½ hours).