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New construction for office building.

Larry Paragano, Jr., executive vice president of Paragano Associates, Inc. of Cedar Knolls, New Jersey, announced a new 23,800 square-foot office building will begin construction this spring. To be known as Whippany Square, the three-story Class A office building represents one of the only new spec office developments in Morris County.

Located at 91 South Jefferson Road, Whippany Square is strategically situated near Routes 10,202 and I-287 behind the new Bear Stearns Computer Center building. Within close proximity is an abundance of hotels, conference centers, banks and restaurants. Expected to be available for Fall 2000 occupancy, the building features abundant covered parking, dramatic marble and granite and decorative glass details, significant storage area and state-of-the-art high-tech systems. The building offers 10,000 square-foot floor plates and tenancy is available from 3,000 to 23,800 square feet.

The ISS Architectural Group, Inc., of Livingston, NJ, is the architect for Whippany Square.

"Hanover Square represents one of the finest new office buildings in Morris County and an outstanding opportunity for image-conscious tenants who demand state-of-the-art amenities and tremendous convenience," said Gary Vialonga, Leasing director for Paragano Associates. "With new space in Morris County in very short supply, we anticipate that Whippany Square will be fully leased before we complete construction," he concluded.
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Publication:Real Estate Weekly
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Geographic Code:1U2NJ
Date:May 24, 2000
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