O wners , D evelopers & M anagers
Real Estate Journal — Section B
M id A tlantic
ACKENSACK, NJ — Simone Develop- ment Companies , a MacDonald arranges leases of medical office space New deals bring Simone Development Companies' 385 Prospect Ave. in Hackensack near full occupancy H its portfolio of medical office properties.
James MacDonald , VP/ director of leasing for Simone Metro Properties, arranged the leases, which bring the property from 40% to 90% occupancy. “Simone Development is pleased to be able to provide an upscale medical office property and support the community of Hackensack,” said MacDonald. “Our property has been reposi- tioned into a premier medical office facility. We provide first in class amenities such as valet parking and onsite management and find it important to provide a healthcare facility that is rep- resentative of the quality of care visitors expect to receive from the tenants in our properties.” Located less than a mile north of Hackensack University Medi- cal Center and less than a half mile from the Anderson Street NJ Transit station. The property, situated on 1.6 acres and built in 1983, features parking for over 200 vehicles.
HI-LIGHTS J an . 25 - F ebruary 7, 2019 Simone Development ac- quired the property in the first half of 2017 and has reposi- tioned the asset and invested in a multi-million-dollar reno- leading investor and developer of medical office and healthcare properties throughout New York, New Jersey and Con- necticut, has completed two new leases of medical office space at 385 Prospect Ave. in Hacken- sack, bringing the property to more than 90% leased.
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PrismCapital Partners launches Dunellen Station with demolition of obsolete industrial facility
DUNE L L EN , N J — Prism Capital Partners has launched Dunellen Sta- tion, the redevelopment of the former Art Color indus- trial facility into a mixed-use, transit-oriented community. The Bloomfield-based adap- tive reuse specialist this fall commenced demolition of an obsolete, 400,000 s/f industrial facility on the site at 100 South Washington Ave.; construction is slated to begin in the sum- mer of 2019. Prism will construct 194 one- and two-bedroommarket- rate apartments and 58 units reserved for low- and moder- ate-income residents, as well as 10,000 s/f of retail. Dunellen Station also will include 130 for-sale townhouses, which will be developed by a national homebuilder. “This well-situated prop- erty is just steps away from Dunellen’s vibrant, walkable downtown business district
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and directly across from the train station,” said Prism’s Robert Fourniadis , senior vice president, residential. “We have created a diverse range of housing options in order to serve numerous seg- ments of the market, and the new retail components will support residents of Dunellen Station as well as the whole community.” Dunellen Station residents will enjoy a full amenities package including a club-
house, meeting rooms, fitness center, outdoor pool with pa- tio and entertainment area. Dunellen Station’s design, by City Invincible, reflects the character of the former Art Color building, with the retail component and clubhouse complementing the neighbor- hood with a transit theme. Prism Capital Partners is an established leader in the industrial-to-residential adaptive reuse arena. The firm currently is wrapping
up Phase I construction at Edison Village, the mixed-use redevelopment of the historic Thomas Edison Invention Fac- tory and Commerce Center in West Orange. The 21-acre site represents the largest non-waterfront adaptive-reuse project in New Jersey. In Hoboken, Prism’s industrial- to-residential conversion of a former Wonder Bread factory on Clinton Street is moving forward, with interior demoli- tion now underway.
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