The Metuchen Nonprofit Center (MNC) has three nonprofit tenants and a variety of space options for prospective tenants with approximately 1,000 SF available for rent (minimum of 400 SF).  Amenities include: easy access to major highways and NJ Transit station in Metuchen (walking distance from the train station), centrally located, easy access to downtown Metuchen, 40 minutes by train from NY Penn Station and co-location with other nonprofits to share knowledge and resources.  Renting space in the MNC allows nonprofits to access amenities such as a conference room, large-scale printer, and kitchen.  Please contact Lauren at or 732-635-1000 x114 for more information.  Also, click here for more details on the space.



Given the challenges for nonprofits to find high-quality and affordable space, Build with Purpose, added the creation of nonprofit centers to our real estate portfolio in 2010. Nonprofit centers are facilities that house multiple nonprofit organizations in the same physical site. Nonprofit centers provide affordable quality workspace, shared meeting and common space; and shared services and resources. They also provide an opportunity for nonprofits to collaborate and partner on new initiatives.

The Metuchen Nonprofit Center, 224 Main Street, Metuchen, NJ

The Metuchen Nonprofit Center opened in May 2010 with Build with Purpose and two other nonprofits- Literacy Volunteers of New Jersey and Women Helping Women – sharing space in the same building.  Located at 224 Main Street in Metuchen, the facility includes individual office space for the nonprofits as well as shared space including a conference room, a lounge area and a kitchen. Shared resources include printers and photocopiers, administrative staff and volunteers.  Build with Purpose is working to create nonprofit centers in other areas in New Jersey. As one of the first nonprofit centers in New Jersey, Build with Purpose is proud to lead the way and to allow our own experience to shape the way we develop nonprofit centers in the future.

Benefits of Nonprofit Centers

  • Affordable space and financial stability with respect to real estate costs;
  • Lower overhead costs;
  • Collaborative space;
  • Shared services;
  • Shared resources;
  • Increased visibility;
  • Opportunities for partnerships and new initiatives;
  • Enhance operations;
  • Build capacity for the nonprofit sector; and
  • Provide operational cost savings.

The conference room at the Metuchen Nonprofit Center is available for other organizations to use. The space is suitable for board meetings, board retreats or other meetings. Please contact if you are interested in using the space.