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Prism Relocates Headquarters Within Its 116-Acre ON3 Mixed-Use

Prism Capital Partners has relocated its headquarters to 310 Kingsland ON3, its 116-acre flagship redevelopment spanning Nutley and Clifton, NJ. Prism’s move from 200 Metro Blvd., where the firm has operated since 2019, makes way for pharmaceutical firm Eisai Inc., which signed New Jersey’s largest lease of 2020 this past August.

“Our move reflects Prism’s flexibility and our support of the progress and growth of ON3,” said Prism’s Edwin Cohen, principal partner. “We are committed to keeping our unified operations here and remaining part of everyday life within this vibrant, evolving community.” 

Eisai’s full-building lease of 200 Metro Blvd., where it will relocate its U.S. headquarters from Woodcliff Lakes, NJ, brought ON3’s 1.45 million square feet of existing office and R&D/lab product to 100% occupancy. The project, which will also incorporate recreational, hospitality and wellness options, is a redevelopment of the former Hoffman-La Roche campus.


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