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It's Official: Development on Roche Property Called 'On 3'

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NUTLEY, NJ - People will be able to Create, Learn, Work, Connect, and Ideate on Prism's development on the former Roche Campus. A billboard announcing the name 'On 3' was recently installed.

TAPinto Nutley broke the news of the name in a story in March of this year. Prism names former Hoffman-La Roche Nutley / Clifton campus “On Three”

When Roche closed its door in Nutley in December of 2013, more than 1,000 people lost their jobs. Most layoffs affected residents of Nutley and surrounding communities. 

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According to Prism Capital Partner Eugene Diaz approximately 2,500 people will be associated with the new Seton Hall-Hackensack Meridian School of Medicine that is slated to open its doors in the fall of 2018. Additional construction will provide more employment opportunities in the future.

For more of TAPinto Nutley's coverage of the development of the former Roche campus:

Dean of New Seton Hall - Hackensack Medical School Meets with Nutley Commissioners

Prism names former Hoffman-La Roche Nutley / Clifton campus “On Three” 

Nutley Leaders and others on 'the Hoffman La Roche Redevelopment" On Three (Part II)

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