Phases 1 and 2 of Parq Parsippany Get Green Light From Planning Board

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Phases 1 and 2 of brand new, mixed-use development, Parq Parsippany, approved by planning board. Rendering courtesy Design 446.

Phases 1 and 2 of Parq Parsippany were approved by the Township of Parsippany-Troy Hills Planning Board. The brand new, mixed-use development will be located in the former Lanidex Plaza, encompassing townhomes, multi-family residences, retail, expansive green spaces, and state-of-the-art facilities. Parq Parsippany promises life reimagined and construction will begin in 2021.


Phase 1 includes Multi-Family Building 1 which features 275 multi-family residences, convenience retail, indoor/outdoor amenity space, and parking. Also included in Phase 1 are 75 contemporary, farmhouse-style townhouses with a dedicated clubhouse and outdoor pool. An athletic field, concession building, restrooms, and a playground are part of Phase 1 as well.

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Multi-Family Building 1. Rendering courtesy Design 446.

Phase 2 includes Multi-Family Building 2 with 250 multi-family residences, convenience retail, indoor/ outdoor amenity space, and ample parking.

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Multi-Family Building 2. Rendering courtesy Design 446.

Each multi-family building features a lobby, club suite, private event room, children’s playroom, a state-of-the-art fitness center, a resort-style pool with outdoor BBQ and lounging areas, and co-working alcoves.

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Amenity clubhouse and swimming pool. Rendering courtesy Design 446.

Both multi-family buildings boast green design elements and smart home/building features that promote wellness. Integrating into the Parsippany community, Parq’s revitalization will transform 23 acres of the former Lanidex office complex and conclude in 2025. The residences will also fulfill part of Parisppany’s state-mandated affordable housing obligation.

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Parq Parsippany site plan. Rendering courtesy Design 446.

“The result will be a compelling neighborhood that will transform Parsippany into a place where people are conveniently connected by bike, car, or public transport. By offering easy access to various points of interest throughout Morris County, New York City, and beyond, getting where you need to go will be seamless,” said Haytham Haidar of PARQ Parsippany. “Multi-generational, varied lifestyles create an authentic community. Conversation is welcome. Engagement is the goal. Exclusive, yet humble. PARQ will positively impact the community by creating Parsippany’s true heart.”

Planning and architecture are by Minno & Wasko and Parq Parsippany will have Mary Cook Associates-designed interiors.

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3 COMMENTS

  1. The way we live must change. Climate change, evolving national focus to people over corporations, learning to survive sustainably so that the planet can survive for our great-grandchildren, moving away from a culture that glorifies war and violence to one that elevates compassion, peace, and cooperation, and from rule by one unwarranted default over all else… That means reimagining the status quo and changing it. It appears Parq Parsippany, with its focus on greening and walkable, bike-friendly communities, is a real effort toward that.

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