About Us


Thompson Management, LLC currently manages over 6,500 acres of land. There are land, commercial and residential properties in NJ, PA, NY, FL, NC and Puerto Rico, as well as Preserved Land (with an existing dwelling or with a building envelope).

The income producing portfolio includes commercial buildings totaling approx. 700,000 sq. ft. as well as residential with locations in six counties: Mercer, Middlesex, Burlington, Somerset in NJ, Bucks County in PA, and Palm Ba. County, FL.

We offer office, flex, or warehouse space ranging in size from 200 sq. ft. to 70,000 sq. ft. In addition, we manage a number of significant historic properties such as 90 Nassau Street, overlooking Nassau Hall where the Continental Congress convened for 8 months in 1788, Lenape Hall in Doylestown, PA, and the circa 1730 home of Francis Hopkinson, a signer of the Declaration of Independence.

William Bryce Thompson IV, founder of Thompson Land, is self-made and fearless. He started buying older homes to renovate and resell in 1956. He bought his first farm (130 acres in Princeton Township) in 1959.

Since then, Bryce has grown his real estate investment business, Thompson Land, into one of the largest in New Jersey. Over the course of his career, he has bought and sold more than 15,000 acres domestically and internationally. 195 Nassau Street in Princeton has been headquarters for his businesses for more than 50 years.

This original Victorian house, built in 1885 by his grandfather, John J. Golden, has been home to four generations and frequented by six generations of family. Known as the "land man", Bryce has sold more than 2,900 acres for permanent preservation.