Morristown Seeks Developers for North Park Place Redevelopment


Morristown invites proposals for a transformative mixed-use project in downtown on North Park Place.

(MORRISTOWN, NJ) – The Town of Morristown has issued a Request for Qualifications and Proposals (RFQ/P) for the North Park Place Redevelopment Plan, aiming to attract qualified developers for a key downtown project.

Adopted in February 2024, the North Park Place Redevelopment Plan envisions a dynamic mixed-use development covering approximately 3.2 acres. The plan allows for up to 160 residential units with a maximum floor area ratio of 4.0 and a height limit of five stories. The redevelopment area, which includes the former Century 21 building adjacent to the Morristown Green, offers a significant opportunity for urban revitalization.

Developers are asked to submit comprehensive details about their team, design concept, and implementation strategy. The submissions will be evaluated based on the qualifications of the respondents, project feasibility, and design quality.

“The North Park Place Redevelopment Plan marks another big milestone in our efforts to enhance our beloved Morristown,” stated Mayor Tim Dougherty. “We are eager to partner with innovative developers who share our vision for a thriving downtown that offers a mix of residential, commercial, and public spaces. This project will enrich the vibrancy of our community and create a lasting impact for residents and visitors alike.”

A view down North Park Place, Morristown, NJ.

Interested developers can access the full RFQ/P on the Town’s website. Submissions are due by July 30, 2024, with any questions regarding the RFQ/P to be submitted in writing by June 28, 2024.

For more information and to view the RFQ/P, please visit Morristown’s official website.

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