196 East Commerce Street
Bridgeton, NJ 08302
July 2017 brought a beautiful and historic 3 story Victorian Building in Trenton into the HCK fold. Located on the corner of Parkside and West Main Street, in the lovely Berkeley Square section of the city, the office is convenient to the State Buildings and courthouse, has ample parking and is easy to find from Routes 295 or 29. Public transportation also makes this an attractive location for many of our clients.
This very large office will be a tremendous resource to clients in the Trenton and surrounding community. Anchored by core members of our Criminal Defense and immigration teams, we will also have on site personal injury/negligence attorneys. We are especially delighted to welcome Attorney William Hartigan who has practiced in the areas of wills, estates, real estate and civil appeals in this location for many years to our HCK family. Since this office will also feature video conferencing, all of the HCK attorneys in other offices will also be available to our Mercer County clients.
Trenton proper has a long history, dating back to the early 1700s. The site of many historical events, Trenton was the site of George Washington’s first victory in the Revolutionary War, the Battle of Trenton, which occurred on Dec 26, 1776.
The city serves as the capital of New Jersey, and briefly served as the capital of the United States. Trenton has many venues of historic interest, dating back 300 years. A vigorous historical society works to protect the city’s heritage. The 1719 William Trent House Museum and the Alexander Douglas House are two sites that you may wish to visit. The area where the office is located was established as an early planned suburban community in the early 1900s when such communities were new and unusual.
In addition to its history, Trenton has a number of modern day attractions. The Trenton Thunder is the farm club for the NY Yankees; a home game offers a wonderful family adventure. The Sun National Bank Center hosts a myriad of concerts and other events. Several museums, including the NJ State Museum with its planetarium and fine art collections round out the opportunities for visitors.
We look forward to greeting you in our Trenton office and encourage you to make some time to explore and enjoy the city after your law firm visit.
Don’t let your rights be jeopardized.