Nutley

NOTE TO FORMER ROCHE-NUTLEY EMPLOYEES:
Please direct all employment-related inquiries to 
northamerica.askhr@roche.com

The former Hoffmann-La Roche Inc. site in Nutley, NJ, is no longer operational and has been sold (see below). The North American pharmaceutical headquarters for Roche is Genentech in South San Francisco – www.gene.com.

THIS WEBSITE IS ONLY ABOUT THE ENVIRONMENTAL REMEDIATION OF THE FORMER ROCHE NUTLEY SITE. For all other information, use the following contacts.

ROCHE PHARMACEUTICAL INQUIRIES:
Genentech   
Genentech Contacts  

(800) 626-3553

ROCHE U.S. PRODUCTS
Genentech
(800) 626-3553
PATIENT QUESTIONS ON MEDICINES
Patient Resource Center

650-467-0811 or 877-436-3683 
PRODUCT MSDS: 
Genentech Medicines (for medical professionals)
If you can't locate MSDS, see Genentech Contacts 
ROCHE DIAGNOSTICS
Roche Diagnostics 
ROCHE JOBS and OTHER ROCHE INQUIRIES
Roche Global 
NUTLEY SITE ONLY
Contacts page

 

Nutley Site Sold to PB Nutclif I, LLC, an affiliate of locally-based Prism Capital Partners, LLC (Prism)

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On September 29, 2016, Roche completed the sale of its 116-acre campus, located in the Township of Nutley and City of Clifton, New Jersey, to PB Nutclif I, LLC, an affiliate of locally-based Prism Capital Partners, LLC (Prism). For more information on the future of the former Roche site, please see the July 14, 2016 news release or contact Prism at 201-567-2711 or 973-562-9580, www.prismpartners.net.

Roche retains responsibility for the environmental cleanup of the site. A dedicated Roche team is working under the oversight of the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP). The company has completed soil remediation field work on the property and has several interim measures underway for groundwater cleanup while longer-range plans are developed for site-wide groundwater remediation. 

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Site to include new medical school

Seton Hall University and Hackensack Meridian Health entered into a long-term lease with Prism Capital Partners to lease two major R&D buildings and 16 acres on the site. The lease enables Hackensack Meridian Health and Seton Hall University to move forward with their plans for a private medical school and a world-leading National Health Institute-designated Clinical Research Center on the former Roche campus. Seton Hall also plans to co-locate its College of Nursing and School of Health and Medical Sciences with the new School of Medicine. For more information on the medical school, see the HUMC news release. Also, view a HUMC video that highlights plans for the new facility.