PARSIPPANY — Transwestern announced that it completed a capital improvement program for 300 Kimball Drive.
The significant renovations include a modern redesign of the main lobby and state-of-the-art fitness center, as well as extensive upgrades to modernize the building’s full, eat-in bistro, transforming what was a single-tenant building into a full-service, multi-tenanted, Class A office facility.
“For the past year, we have focused on updating this impressive building and adding amenities that will appeal to today’s tenants,” Transwestern Principal James Postell said. “We are excited to finally unveil a brand new look and feel that will make a company proud to call 300 Kimball their base of operations.”
Transwestern most recently completed a full renovation of the building’s 4,900-square-foot, first-floor lobby, which now features new stainless steel pillars, Italian polished marble flooring, Shaw carpet tiles and wood wall covering. The lobby renovation also included eliminating a wooden partition that separated the public and employee entrances, creating a modern, open and well-lit space conducive for multiple tenants.
In late 2012, Transwestern embarked on the ambitious capital improvement plan, which was managed by the Nicholson Corporation in conjunction with the well-regarded architecture firm Gensler.
In June, Transwestern unveiled the building’s redesigned 8,600-square-foot bistro, which incorporates additional seating for both group and individual dining. In May, 300 Kimball officially opened a 3,000-square-foot fitness center, comprised of a wide variety of cardio and weight machines, free weights, yoga space and flat-screen televisions.