in New Jersey means no more overpaying for storage. We are prepared to handle any size load. from 1,000 to 40,000 sq ft; spaces are ready for design fit-outs or immediate occupancy. our design team offers the most efficient use of space from special needs to project management, construction, design and build layouts. maximum flexibility with loading docks, and overhead doors, 15-35 foot ceilings and natural daylight. Mill One also provides in our safe and secure facility. So anymore for storage space!
Whether you are an artist looking to lease artist workspace or a business seeking cheap office space or warehouse distribution, Modern Recycled Spaces™ has available commercial space for rent. Our properties in the Princeton, Princeton Junction, Hamilton, Trenton, Bordentown, Lawrenceville, Cranbury, Ewing, West Windsor, and Mercer County areas of New Jersey have rental units for art galleries, art studios, creative offices, distribution, factory space, flex space, large office space, small office space, shop space, and studio office space. We have commercial rental properties, industrial property, mill conversions, artist mills, office parks, warehouse buildings, and industrial parks with rental space to let with easy access to Route 295/95, Route 1, NJ Turnpike, Hamilton train station, Grounds for Sculpture, American Metro, Siemens, Hamilton Civic Center, Philadelphia and New York City.
In 1895, renowned regional architect William Poland designed a shirt mill for the Rothschild Company at One North Johnston Avenue. Located just minutes from Hamilton and Trenton by trolley and adjoining the important Pennsylvania Railroad Line, the building was sold in 1907 to Ferdinand Straus Woolen Mills and expanded. The Atlantic Products Corporation bought the mill in 1931 and began manufacturing golf bags, and then luggage, employing over 600 workers. The site returned to clothing production in 1967, and later housed a roofing company and a producer of Christmas novelty items and outdoor furniture. In the early 1980’s the historic building began deteriorating. Modern Recycled Spaces and Isles, Inc. formed a partnership and acquired the site in 2006. In 2008, Princeton University’s Department of Engineering led the rebuilding of the factory’s 1895-era mechanical clock and developed a course through which students worked alongside the design team to explore potential sustainable design elements of the mill restoration.