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Continuity Centers has opened its latest workgroup recovery facility: at Princeton Forrestal Center in Princeton, NJ.

“Our new Princeton location continues Continuity Centers’ efforts to deliver industry-leading disaster recovery and business continuity services to our customers throughout the Northeast,” said Gregory R. Tellone, CEO of Continuity Centers. “This Class-A office building is convenient to access and offers a wealth of on-site amenities that ensure the workgroup location is not just functional, but also a genuinely pleasant place to work.”

The Princeton office building offers 158,235 square feet of space to clients and can be reached via major roadways or mass transit and is only a short distance from downtown Princeton. Among its features are two separate PSE&G feeds from two separate substations; three emergency generators; fiber carried by Comcast, AT&T, Sunesys and Lightpath; and two 90-ton and one 120-ton cooling towers with a closed loop system. The location also features a newly renovated on-site cafeteria (with outdoor seating coming soon), and an on-site fitness center.

“This is a facility where our clients’ employees can comfortably continue to work in the wake of any type of business interruption they may face,” said Mr. Tellone.

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