News & Events
Boston Properties (BXP) and the entire Carnegie Center tenant community were recognized on October 23rd by BOMA-NJ with their 2019 Heart Award for our collective efforts supporting several very worthy charitable organizations
During the past year WE collected over 4,400 pounds of clothing on behalf of the Rescue Mission of Trenton, held an American Red Cross blood drive which collected 35 productive units, donated $7,723 to the Intrepid Fallen Heroes Fund from cash donations from our tenant during this summer’s Rita’s Tenant Appreciation Days plus BXP’s matching donation, donated another $8,458 to the Special Olympics New Jersey from cash donations collected from our tenants during the Summerfest event, food truck & corporate donations & BXP’s matching donation and we allowed the Parkinson Alliance to utilize Carnegie Center for their 5K road race which raised over $100,000. In addition, over the next couple of months, we will organize a food drive for HomeFront and the collection of unwrapped toys for the USMC’s Toys for Tots initiative.
The BXP team wants to thank you and your employees for your enthusiastic support and participation during the course of the year to make these community service initiatives so successful for our charitable partners!
Greenway Farmer's Market
The next Farmer's Market will be held on Tuesday, October 8, located in the 200 Series Greenway. Parking is available at 202 Carnegie Center. Pending weather, join us in the 200 Series Greenway from 11:00 am – 2:30 pm to shop for local fresh produce, baked goods and other farmer’s market goodies. Rain location is 202 Carnegie Center lobby.
We collected over $3,900 during our Tenant Appreciation frozen custard/Italian Ice days.
Boston Properties matched dollar for dollar resulting in a total donation of $7,900 to the Intrepid Fallen Heroes Fund.
On Thursday, August 1, 2019, Boston Properties at the Carnegie Center threw an after-work party/fundraiser for their tenants from 5:30 pm - 9:30 pm in the 500 Series Greenway. It was estimated that over 2000 tenants and their families attended this fun-filled family event. Eight food trucks came, Brian Kirk and the Jirks played a marvelous set, Bright Horizons provided a kid zone and people of all ages had a blast. The event was a great success because over $8,300 was raised for Special Olympics of New Jersey.