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Onyx Launches Repositioning on Parsippany Offices

Onyx Equities has begun a multimillion-dollar renovation project to reposition 4 & 6 Campus Drive, two office properties totaling approximately 300,000 square feet in Parsippany, NJ. Cushman & Wakefield’s David DeMatteis, Mark Zaziski, Ben Brenner, Kelsey Nakamura and Raymond Trevisan are the properties’ leasing agents.

“We are strong believers in the power of investing in suburban office properties,” said Adam Karafiol, SVP of leasing at Onyx Equities. “We are thrilled to have started our capital improvements at 4 & 6 Campus Drive and are excited to welcome tenants back to the workplace of the future.”

Onyx Equities acquired 4 & 6 Campus Drive in 2020. The buildings feature availabilities ranging from 2,000 to 50,000 square feet and are located in The Arbors @ Parsippany office park. Tenants can utilize the amenities throughout the campus, including new fitness centers, a golf simulator, game room, conference centers, training rooms and cafeteria. 


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