Prism Capital Partners announced the 100th lease signing at The Residences at Edison Lofts in Edison Village in West Orange.
The milestone coincides with the formal completion of construction at The Residences – a former 400,000-square-foot factory that today serves as the centerpiece of Prism’s adaptive reuse of the Thomas Edison Factory and Commerce Center property on Main Street in West Orange.
Prism’s efforts have transformed the 100-year-old factory building and surrounding grounds into a mix of residential and retail components.
“The design, by Minno & Wasko Architects and Planners, respects federal guidelines on the renovation and rehabilitation of historic buildings,” said Edwin Cohen, principal partner at Prism, said. “At the same time, the Residences at Edison Lofts features an extensive range of modern lifestyle features.”
Amenities include a recently completed theater and media screening room; a 5,000-square-foot private fitness center with Peloton bikes, heated indoor pool, sauna, personal and bike storage; a dog-washing station; and concierge service. In addition, Edison Village is opening a self-serve, “man-less” café, in which residents will pay for items with a key fob.
The property’s 12,000-square-foot rooftop indoor and outdoor Sky Lounge boasts 360-degree views of the Manhattan skyline and includes a private dining room with catering kitchen.