Hopewell Township (population 17,000) is located in Mercer County, NJ and consists of approximately 58 square miles. The township surrounds Pennington and Hopewell boroughs and includes the neighborhoods of Hopewell Hunt, Elm Ridge and Brandon Farms. Estates at Hopewell is located adjacent to Brandon Farms on Brandon Farms Road.

An upscale community with median family income of approximately $150,000, Hopewell Township includes the unincorporated village of Titusville and Washington Crossing State Park, where on December 25, 1776, George Washington and the Continental Army crossed the Delaware River. Hopewell Township is proximate to Princeton, Lawrenceville, Ewing and Trenton. Easy access to Interstates 95, 295 and NJ 31 allows easy commuting to Trenton, Philadelphia and New York City.

Residents of Hopewell enjoy the high quality school system, multiple parks and recreation facilities and lots of open space. Capital Health Systems has built a 240 bed, 900,000 sf state of the art hospital, and Merrill Lynch has built a 1.5M square foot office campus. Hopewell Borough has developed a highly acclaimed “restaurant row” featuring locally produced food stock.

An upscale Stop and Shop regional shopping center featuring a Starbucks Coffee shop and various other restaurant and mixed use retail is fully occupied and within walking distance of the Estates at Hopewell community. More established shopping opportunities are within 1 and 3 miles of the project featuring two Shop Rites, the Pennington Quality Market and various local eating and drinking establishments. There are a number of municipal and county parks close by in the vicinity: Washington Crossing State Park, Rosedale Park and the Delaware Raritan Canal and Towpath park system connecting Hopewell Township to Lambertville in southern Hunterdon County are within a short distance from the site. The local school system is considered one of the best in the area with the newest grammar school in the Hopewell Township Regional School System, Stony Brooke Elementary. The bucolic small town atmosphere of the community draws young and established families to the area from the surrounding towns of Lawrence, West Windsor, Trenton, Hamilton, Burlington and Washington Townships.