PRINCETON, NJ – On September 28, 2013, The Parkinson Alliance will present the King Award to The Landis Group, a leading real estate development and management firm, in recognition of their contributions to The Parkinson Alliance.

The Residence Inn, Princeton at Carnegie Center and the hotels owner, Scott Landis Principal at The Landis group, will receive the award at The Parkinson Alliance’s 14th Carnegie Center 5k in Princeton. The Residence Inn has teams of employees participating the run.

The Parkinson Alliance is a national nonprofit group founded in 1999 with the mission of rising funds to find a cure for Parkinson’s Disease. 

"The Landis Group has been a sponsor of The Parkinson Alliance since 2005, and it has been an honor to see both the organization and the Carnegie Center 5K grow over the past eight years," said Scott Landis, principal at The Landis Group. "The Parkinson Alliance plays a vital role in the effort to find a cure for this devastating disease and we are always willing to devote resources towards helping the organization raise funds for research."

The Residence Inn, Princeton at Carnegie Center, is an upscale, extended stay hotel, situated in Carnegie Center. The hotel has 120 suites, a fitness center, pool and a meeting space.

About The Landis Group

The Landis Group has developed, owned or operated in excess of 20 million square feet of Class A real estate across the Northeast since its founding in 1967. The firm developed the landmark Carnegie Center, a 560-acre mixed-use development, which includes 5.5 million square feet of office space, 1,100 residential units, 500 hotel rooms as well as the 370,000-square-foot Princeton Market Fair Mall.