Bergman Real Estate Group and Time Equities Unveil Signature Sculpture Art Collection at Century Campus, Parsippany
November 4th, 2019
An array of impressive signature sculptures were unveiled as part of a tenant celebration at Century Campus in Parsippany, New Jersey. The event was hosted by Bergman Real Estate Group and Time Equities Inc. — the owners behind the latest $4.5 million capital improvement program for this three-building, 280,000 square-foot corporate campus located at 4, 5 and 6 Century Drive in Parsippany.
The three featured sculptors were Tadashi Hashimoto—an artist who embraces the sculptural form and color tonality to create works of art beyond the 3D axiom; Jon Isherwood, a sculptor who dances between the tension of shape and skin; and Alain Kirili, known for his ability to emphasize the aesthetics of spontaneity. The artists were on hand to introduce the sculptures and discuss their creations with attendees that included the tenants of Century Campus, Mayor Soriano of Parsippany, and all of the contractors and service providers that helped shape Century Campus into one the best valued suburban office parks in Morris County.
“The art represents one of the many high-end upgrades to Century Campus that has been essential in creating a positive working atmosphere within this thriving area of New Jersey,” said Francis Greenburger, Chairman and CEO of Time Equities. “It changes people’s perceptions of what it means to spend a day at the office.”
The renovations made to the Century Campus office complex offer a variety of state-of-the-art amenities that include a shared conference and training center, nine (9) fully furnished coworking office suites,and a 4,500 square-foot executive lounge known as the “Quad” which offers a staffed espresso bar, a media center, a game area complete with ping-pong and pool tables, an art studio offering weekly workshops, a massage room, and an abundance of comfortable seating.
Other work-life balance amenities offered at Century Campus includea fully equipped fitness center and yoga studio with weekly classes, a full-service Café
and seating, a bike sharing program, and beautifully landscaped outdoors spaces including a plaza with picnic tables, a bocce ball court and the newly added art sculpture park with walking paths, pergolas and seating areas.
“Our goal in repositioning Century Campus was to create a modern work place that provides a unique work experience for our tenants by adding a full complement of amenities and services ,” said Michael Bergman, President & Chief Executive Officer of Bergman Real Estate Group. “The addition of our newly landscaped outdoor space and these art sculptures help to elevate Century Campus to not just a place of work but serves as a constant source of inspiration for our tenants.”