Since founding, Onyx Equities has invested over $4 billion in acquisitions. Its investment team specializes in repositioning under-performing properties through capital improvement programs and creative marketing.
The following projects are currently underway.
Kenilworth Life Science Campus
Located at 2000 Galloping Hill Road in Kenilworth, NJ, Onyx Equities has acquired this nearly 2 million GSF biologics research and development campus. In addition to over 1.4 million square feet of laboratories, the campus also features 500,000 square feet of Class-A professional office space, 30 acres of developable land, a 25-megawatt cogeneration plant, three full-service cafeterias, a fitness center, auditoriums and conference centers, outdoor amenity areas, a credit union, a heliport, and over 3,200 surface and structured parking spaces.
Gateway Center Newark
Gateway Center in downtown Newark presents three Class A office towers and a massive 100,000 square foot retail/dining concourse known as ‘The Junction’. With over $50 million invested to modernize the complex, Gateway Center is NJ’s premier eat-work-play destination.
The following projects are complete.
340 Mt. Kemble Avenue
$50M in Capital Improvements
Located in Morris County, the former AT&T operations building underwent a complete transformation creating an amenity-rich workplace for today’s workforce.
211 Mt. Airy Road
$10M in Capital Improvements
The property was previously owned and occupied by Avaya Telecommunications. Due to Onyx’s extensive renovations to the building, Daiichi Sankyo chose 211 as its regional headquarters.READ MORE »
Meadows Office Complex
$5M in Capital Improvements
Onyx acquired the property with intention of converting a Class B- office park into an A+ asset. The capital improvement program won the 2014 BOMA NJ Outstanding Building of the Year Award.
1311 Mamaroneck Avenue
$2M in Capital Improvements
Located in Westchester County, this Class A building is also known as Parker Corporate Center. Onyx’s recent capital improvement program earned a Hall of Fame Award from BOMA Westchester.