AJ Madison Opens Distribution Center On Lake Drive In East Windsor, NJ

June 21, 2023

EAST WINDSOR TOWNSHIP. NJ (MERCER)– Mayor Janice S. Mironov, joined by Deputy Mayor Marc Lippman and Council Members Peter Yeager and John Zoller and AJ Madison Owner Michael Gross and staff, held a grand opening of the national home and kitchen appliance retailer AJ Madison’s newly constructed 168,436 square foot distribution center at 30 Lake Drive, in East Windsor Township. 

Founded in 2001, AJ Madison, headquartered in Brooklyn, New York, is a family owned and operated leading national retailer of well known brands of home appliances, including ovens, refrigerators, microwaves, dishwashers, air conditioners, and washers and dryers.  In addition to appliance sales, AJ Madison provides appliance installation services for most home and industry appliances and hosts several appliance showrooms in New York and Florida.  AJ Madison has an extensive on-line website of products and services.

Mayor Mironov stated,  “East Windsor is pleased to welcome AJ Madison, a national leader in home appliances to this new facility.  The size and scope of this modern facility represents a significant investment in the economic vitality of East Windsor for business and employment.  The project will generate substantial local tax dollars, as well as new patrons for our many stores and restaurants.  AJ Madison’s decision to expand their operation in East Windsor underscores the Township’s attraction to business due to its strategic central location, excellent access to major transportation networks including the NJ Turnpike, highly skilled workforce and a business friendly hands-on local government environment that responds to the needs of the business community.”

Mayor Janice S. Mironov and Council Members join owners to celebrate the grand opening of AJ Madison newly constructed facility at 30 Lake Drive.  Pictured (from left to right) are:  Betty Gross;  Irving Gross;  Michael Gross, Owner, AJ Madison;  Mayor Janice S. Mironov;  Council Member John Zoller;  Deputy Mayor Marc Lippman, and Council Member Peter Yeager.