West Orange, NJ
Prism Capital Partners in 2018 completed the restoration and residential conversion of the historic Thomas Edison Invention Factory and Commerce Center in West Orange.
399 Jefferson Road
Prism Capital Partners initially acquired 399 Jefferson Road as its first investment in 2003, recognizing the inherent value of this well-located, single-story granite and glass office building.
The conversion of Hoboken’s c. 1909 Wonder Bread bakery building, and surrounding grounds is introducing 83 luxury for-sale and six multifamily rental units in one of New Jersey’s most sought-after communities.
Avenue & Green
Prism Capital Partners in 2021 completed Avenue & Green, a best-in-class residential development adjacent to the Woodbridge train station.
Prism Capital Partners in 2022 will introduce Dunellen Station the multifamily-and-retail, transit-oriented redevelopment of the former Art Color industrial property.
Past Projects / Sold Projects
Princeton Pike Corporate Center
Prism joined forces with Angelo Gordon in 2013 to acquire Princeton Pike Corporate Center, an eight-building, 800,000-square-foot office park in Central New Jersey’s Mercer County. The partnership sold the property in 2016, following its successful repositioning and stabilization.
339 Jefferson Road
Prism acquired this 102,433-square-foot, multi-tenant office building in early 2013 and sold four years later to fragrance and flavor industry leader Mane USA. Mane today maintains its U.S. headquarters at the Class A property, with Prism serving as its property manager.
The Parkway Lofts
The General Electric Company in 1913 built the landmark, six-story warehouse that Prism redeveloped into 365 loft-style apartments as Phase I of this signature multi-family adaptive reuse project. Phase I opened in 2013 and in 2015 was sold to Clarion Partners.
21 South Street
Prism Capital Partners designed and gained approvals for a modernization and two-story vertical additional at 21 South Street, a boutique, downtown Morristown office building. In 2019, Prism sold the property to The Hampshire Companies, which immediately launched the Prism-conceived plan.