Parsippany-Troy Brook Township is located in Morris County, NJ. Proud of its green spaces, Parsippany is a township that consistently ranks as a “Tree City USA,” featuring 19 parks for its residents and visitors to enjoy. With a population of over 53,000 people, it has been ranked among the top five of New Jersey’s Safest Big Towns. Nearby attractions include the Whippany Railway Museum, Morris Museum, Stickley Museum, and the Fosterfields Living Historical Farm.
A fun fact about Parsippany: Each year, at a small branch of Tiffany & Co located on Sylvan Way in Parsippany, the Vince Lombardi trophy is hand-crafted from sterling silver, and then shipped by armored truck to the location of the Super Bowl. Or, if you are a basketball fan, you might be happy to know that the Larry O’Brien Championship trophy is also crafted at this Tiffany’s location.
Just about 30 miles northwest of New York City, Morris County is within easy reach of the metropolitan area. Early in the 20th century, the Morris County region relied on iron mining and agriculture, but in modern times, it has evolved into a center of research, pharmaceuticals, and light manufacturing.
Employers in the Parsippany/Morris County Region
Below is a list of some of the employers in the Parsippany region.
- Atlantic Health
- Deloitte & Touche
- Greystone Park Psychiatric Hospital
- Realogy Corporation
- St. Clare's Health System
- Tiffany & Co.
- Wyndham Worldwide