News & Events

Red Cross Blood Drive

The Blood Drive scheduled for February 1st has been rescheduled to April 15, 2021.   Participants have been notified by email and will still recieve free COVID Antibody testing, a $5 Amazon gift card and a $10 gift card to our local Nothing Bundt Cakes store, located in Lawrenceville, NJ.  Thank you to all of our volunteers and we look forward to seeing you on April 15th. 

On October 15th, Carnegie Center conducted a successful blood drive which will provide for 42 patients in hospitals.  Thank you to all of our supporters and donors for making this community event a productive one!

Greenway Farmer's Market

Our local farms and vendors will be taking a short break during the Winter season to restock and refresh.  In the meantime, all of your favorite goodies from the market will be available online and their websites are listed below for your convenience. 

The Greenway Farmer's Market will open back up in Spring of 2021 with fresh, local, artisan food and products.  Come and check check back frequently.

Bon Butters -
     FREE SHIPPING for 3 or more nutbutters purchased.  Use code GONENUTS at checkout.

BowlFace -
     Bowlface is now sessing Family size 80oz soups

Butch’s Hot Stuff Hot Sauces -

Cherry Grove Farm -
     Delivery available within a 30 minute deilvery distance.

Granola Bar Princeton -
     Offering a weekly delivery service to the greater Princeton area.

Jams by Kim -

Judith’s Dessert Boutique -

Nothing Bundt Cakes -

Terhune -
     Terhune is open for normal business hours.  Only 6 customers in the store at a time.  Check website for more details.

Thomas Sweet -

Madame Doux -

Wild Flour -
     Place your order online for Pickup and Takeout

WoodsEdge -

On Thursday, August 6th Boston Properties hosted an American Red Cross blood drive at 101 Carnegie Center.  Despite the very low occupancy across the Carnegie Center campus, this blood drive was one of our most successful ever.  We had over 50 people register to participate which produced 37 productive units of blood that will provide for 111 hospital patients. 


It should be noted that more than half of the participants were Carnegie Center tenant employees who took a break from working from home to donate.  This is a real testament how the Carnegie Center community consistently to supports local organizations even during difficult times like we all are experiencing.  Thanks to all that came out to donate blood.