Larken Associates Leases 1,455 Square Feet to Salon Blush at Stryker’s Crossing in Lopatcong

Lopatcong PA 11/30/2013

Stryker’s Crossing is located in a thriving commercial and residential district and features restaurants to suit many tastes and price ranges, financial service at Fulton Bank and Edward Jones, and retailers including UPS, Phillipsburg Paint & Hardware and Cartridge World. It is also adjacent to Warren Heights, a 414-unit condominium and townhome residential development, providing a built in community customer base. 

“Salon Blush only needed minor cosmetic updates to the space so we were able to get them started very quickly,” said Rob Marek, Executive Vice President of Larken Associates’ Commercial Division.

“Larken Associates has made opening our business easy,” said Margot Hagadorn. “We are by far not the largest company they work with but they never made us feel less important than their bigger tenants.”

Stryker’s Crossing is on the busy corner of Rte. 57 and Stryker’s Rd. and is easily accessible from major transportation outlets including Rtes. 22, 57 and 78. 

The elegantly styled one-story, two-building retail center connected with a covered walkway and topped with a charming clock tower and decorative weather vane features gables, dormers, accent shutters, large store front windows, and a covered courtyard which all add to its overall charm and visual appeal for shoppers.

Family-owned Larken Associates has been building and managing commercial and residential real estate for nearly four decades, with a résumé that includes single family homes, residential condominiums, town homes, active adult communities and garden-style apartments.

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About Larken Associates
A two-generation, family-owned business since 1965, Larken Associates is widely-recognized as one of the region’s fastest growing, well-respected companies. Based in Hillsborough, NJ, Larken has been responsible for developing prominent residential and commercial projects throughout the Tri-State area.