Parsippany Office Space

Consistently named as one of the best places in the country to live, Parsippany is a great place to open a new business or grow an existing one. If you’re looking for a thriving community, rent office space in Parsippany, New Jersey. With low unemployment and steady economic growth, Parsippany welcomes innovative businesses to be part of its strong community.

Businesses located in Parsippany enjoy close proximity to major highways and cities as well as the Atlantic Ocean and related businesses.

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CITY MARKET STATS

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PARSIPPANY IN THREE ADJECTIVES:

  • Growing
  • Thriving
  • Popular

GETTING AROUND PARSIPPANY

Right near I-80 and I-287, Parsippany is centrally located and easy to reach by car. Renting office space in this city means easy access to major interstates and travel around the east coast. Parsippany is located about 30 miles west of New York City and only a couple of hours northeast of Philadelphia. New Jersey shores are only an hour away.

THE SCOOP ON THE NEIGHBORS

Parsippany has been named the top place to live in New Jersey for several years in a row. If you choose to locate your business here, you’ll be among some great companies and organizations. If you’re looking for office space for rent in New Jersey, consider Parsippany.

Tiffany & Co. in Parsippany has hand-crafted the Vince Lombardi Trophy since 1967 for every winning Superbowl team. The company also creates the Larry O’Brien Championship Trophy that is given each year to the winner of the NBA Finals.

Other local companies include Allergan, Lexus, Kings Food Markets, Toyota Financial Services, and PNY Technologies.

In 2001, the Cendant Corporation moved its headquarters to Parsippany-Troy Hills and within five years separated into five separate companies including Avis Budget Group, which is the parent company of Avis Rent a Car System and Budget Rent a Car.

The city offers interesting places to visit as well including the Morris Museum, which celebrates art, science, history, and the performing arts through exhibitions and programs, the Frelinghuysen Arboretum, and The Stickley Museum.

PARSIPPANY BY THE NUMBERS

  • The population is about 54,000
  • The area is about 25 square miles
  • Ranked as 5th best place to live in 2016
  • About 21,274 housing units
  • Median household income is $85,760
  • The unemployment rate is 3.8%

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