NAI James E. Hanson announced Thursday the ribbon-cutting of a newly-renovated office building in Parsippany.
The event was attended by executives from NAI Hanson, Commercial Realty Group, State Sen. Anthony Bucco, Assemblyman Jay Webber and Parsippany Township Council members Loretta Gragnani and Michael DePierro.
The building is comprised of three stories, 36,289 square feet and is located at 111 Littleton Road. It is within close proximity to interstates 80 and 287.
Designed by Paul Newman of Kimmerle Newman Architects and Mario Iannelli of Dewberry Engineers, and built by Michael A. Walsh, president of CRG affiliate Corporate Contracting Inc., the renovation included the addition of a new façade, a new atrium, more parking, updated landscape, new restrooms and full common area upgrades.
“Small business is the driver of employment and the economy in New Jersey and the U.S. As a small business, we appreciate every day, the fantastic access this location gives us and the energy that the cool design by Paul Newman provides. This is a rare combination. We think other similarly-minded small businesses will recognize this and join us and Strategic Micro Systems in the building,” Andrew H. Billing, general manager for CRG, said.
“Throughout my career, I have routinely encountered small businesses frustrated by the types of spaces available to them for lease. The renovation project at 111 Littleton Road has been meticulously designed to provide solutions to their most common pain points to deliver a space that they can be proud of that will also allow their businesses continued opportunities for growth,” W. Joshua Levering, senior vice president at NAI Hanson, who also served as the listing broker to the property, said.