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Parkway Lofts

Bloomfield, NJ

In 1897, the General Electric Company built the landmark six-story warehouse that Prism has redeveloped into 361 loft-style apartments and 170 new townhomes. O&S performed a survey of the building’s exterior using swing stages and developed a repair program for the façade. The building consists of concrete framing, clad with brick and industrial windows with cast-in-plate concrete. Restoration of the building included replacing three-brick wythe clad on columns and beams, along with the replacement of window sills and embedding new windows. Along with the restorations of the façade, O&S installed a new roof.

O&S also provided construction management services as well as architectural and structural design for a 500-space, three-level open parking structure. The garage features a large glass and brick stair-elevator tower that was designed as an architectural focal point for its users. This stair features glass on all sides for high visibility and security with a wraparound stair and elevator. The three-level open parking structure is made of precast concrete with concrete spread footing foundations.