CCH Helps Make “That Old Office Building Becomes This New House”
Bob Powell’s new home is so close to the Garden Theater that he can smell the popcorn. He and his wife, psychologist Sharon Powell, traded 5,000 square feet of country club living a few miles outside of town for a 2,000-square-foot condo inches from Nassau Street.
Powell, who is a principal in Princeton-based Nassau Capital Advisors, a real estate brokerage and development consulting firm, hired John Hatch of Trenton’s Clarke Caton Hintz to draw up the plans.
“Hatch has done a lot of historic renovation,” says Powell. “He did Morven. He did the Cracker Factory in Trenton, turning an old industrial building into condos. He had a great sense of how it should happen, and the Princeton zoning folks are comfortable with him.”
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