Million-Dollar Residential LED Lighting Project Begins in New Jersey

Million-Dollar Residential LED Lighting Project Begins in New Jersey

Sometimes residential projects add up to substantial size. Value Lighting, a division of Revolution Lighting Technologies, Stamford, Conn., has been awarded a $1,050,000 project with Mill Creek Residential Trust for the installation of lighting infrastructure, including LED lighting, throughout one of Mill Creek Residential Trust's newest properties in northern New Jersey.

Value Lighting has supplied lighting solutions for Modera Lofts, Mill Creek Residential Trust's newest residential structure located in Jersey City, N.J. The lighting is located throughout common areas, corridors, and amenity areas of the former eight-floor industrial building turned into 366 luxury loft-style apartments.

“We are excited to provide high efficiency lighting solutions for Mill Creek's latest multi-family project. This project represents another significant milestone for Revolution Lighting Technologies, and our division, Value Lighting, continuing to capitalize on growth in the multi-family sector,” said Robert LaPenta, CEO and chairman of Revolution Lighting. “Lighting consists of 12% of residential energy use, and delivering high efficiency lighting solutions, including LED technology, which is up to 85% more efficient than other antiquated residential lighting technologies, significantly reducing long-term operating expenses and allowing property owners and developers to deliver high efficiency homes for their residents.”

This project is one of several Mill Creek multi-family residential lighting projects currently in the pipeline for Value Lighting. Value Lighting has seen accelerated interest in LED lighting technologies from its customers, particularly within multi-family building projects, and expects to expand in the multi-family market as it pursues additional projects with Mill Creek in Atlanta, Orlando, Hopkinton, Mass., Parsipanny, N.J., and Washington, D.C., totaling $3 million in bidding opportunities, the company said in a release.

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