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Welcome to Greater Trenton

Greater Trenton is an independent 501c-3 nonprofit that uses private funding and a network of collaborative relationships to advance economic revitalization efforts in the state’s capital city. Our Board of Directors is comprised of Bristol Myers Squibb, Capital Health, Investors Bank, Janssen Pharmaceuticals, NJM Insurance Group, Princeton Area Community Foundation, Princeton University, PSEG, Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey, St. Francis Medical Center, TD Bank, Thomas Edison State University, and Wells Fargo Bank.  The organization’s Board of Directors has made a multi-year commitment to fund this important initiative.

Formed in the fall of 2015, Greater Trenton’s key objectives include coordinating downtown economic development projects; providing one-stop support and information for investors interested in taking on new projects; reaching out to potential residential, commercial and/or retail investors and tenants; supporting and promoting existing downtown initiatives; engaging downtown stakeholders in a strategic economic development plan; and developing investment marketing strategies.

Collaborating for a Greater Trenton

NJ Business Magazine – December 18, 2015 Greater Trenton, a newly formed partnership between private industry, higher education, community groups and the administration of Trenton Mayor Eric Jackson, is promoting economic development and revitalization projects. https://njbmagazine.com/njb-news-now/collaborating-for-a-greater-trenton/Read more

Private funds, public purpose: Nonprofit aims to revitalize Trenton

​The Trentonian – October 19, 2015 Momentum to revitalize Trenton’s downtown is picking up steam with the creation of a nonprofit three years in the making that brings together corporate, academic and philanthropic organizations. Mayor Eric Jackson on Monday announced the formation of Greater Trenton, an independent nonprofit that will leverage private funds to promote