Where A 70-year History Of Scientific Innovation Meets A Future Of Limitless Potential

Property Specifications

Built to the absolute highest scientific standards, this existing 2 million square foot purpose-built R&D campus features a turn-key vivarium, robust and redundant infrastructure, and numerous customizable development opportunities, providing your organization with solutions for current needs and boundless possibilities for the future.

Planned Renovations
Total RSF
Total Buildings
Total Acres
30 Acres
Development Opportunity

Broad Range of Permitted Uses, Including Laboratories, Manufacturing, Offices, and Warehousing


- 2,484 Garage Parking Spaces

- 723 Surface Parking Spaces

- 3,207 Total Spaces


Established By Forward Thinkers

Originally developed by White Laboratories in the 1940’s, with decades of scientific research and development by subsequent owners Schering-Plough and Merck, our 108-acre campus along the Garden State Parkway consists of world-class existing facilities that combine 1.5 million square feet of laboratory and manufacturing space with over 500,000 square feet of Class A office space, alongside amenities, infrastructure, and over 30-acres of development opportunity for future expansion.

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Site Map

Support Buildings

  • Cogen Power PlantCogen Power Plant
  • Boiler PlantBoiler Plant
  • Chiller PlantChiller Plant
  • Management OfficeManagement Office

Features & Amenities

  • Main EntryMain Entry
  • Full-Service CafeteriaFull-Service Cafeteria
  • Fitness CenterFitness Center
  • AuditoriumAuditorium
  • Conference CenterConference Center
  • CourtyardCourtyard
  • Parking GarageParking Garage
  • HeliportHeliport
  • Proposed Hotel & RestaurantProposed Hotel & Restaurant
  • Shuttle PickupShuttle Pickup
  • Rear EntryRear Entry
Redevelopment Area+/- 30 ACRESRedevelopment Area+/- 30 ACRES11 Nest Drive1 Nest Drive5 Nest Drive15 Nest DriveVivarium17 NEST DRIVE16 Nest Drive19 Nest Drive


Campus amenities for productivity and employee satisfaction.



Fitness Center


Conference Center

Proposed Retail and Hospitality


Sustainably Designed Infrastructure

NEST is committed to the development and operation of its campus in a sustainable manner that minimizes environmental impact while providing economic benefits. Green practices throughout our construction, landscaping, and infrastructure can be further expanded with additional proposed improvements ready to provide opportunities for conscious corporate citizenship.

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Electrical System

The campus is powered by dual 26kV PSE&G feeds, distributed to recently upgraded on - site main substation ($50 Million) and then distributed either directly or via a second modern sub substation to building level substations. The site also has a 25MW Cogen which supplies the site with electrical power and steam for heating.

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Steam/ Cogeneration System

Our central boiler house has 4 boilers (60-80,000 lbs. an hour each) any 2 of which can meet winter campus heating and process steam needs. The Cogen also provides up to 80,000 lbs. an hour of steam as well as approximately 25 MW of power covering the entire site needs during peak demand days.

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Chilled Water System

NEST is served by 2 chilled water plants, the larger approximately 7,000 tons capacity serving primarily 15 NEST and a second of 2,400 tons capacity (replaced in 2018) serving primarily 1 NEST, 5 NEST, 6 NEST, and 11 NEST, are cross connected with approximately 2,000 tons capacity.

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Domestic Water and Sewer

We are served by 2 main city water connections with a cross campus interconnect, the site has a centralized sewer system with holding and equalization tank and pumping stations with discharge line to Rosell connection and rights to discharge up to 800GPM. The site also has a fire water system with booster pumps and an emergency fire water storage tank, and the site also has 2 wells.

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Storm Water

The site has a comprehensive storm water drainage and management system with multiple pumping stations ponds and control features that meet FM insurance requirements; with a primary offsite discharge to a tributary of the Raritan River.

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Contact our team to learn more about NEST.