The Park offered an opportunity to reimagine and rejuvenate a sprawling 60-acre suburban mid-rise office complex as a vibrant mixed-use urban district. Located on the I-78 corridor connecting several affluent New Jersey suburban communities to New York City, the existing fabric epitomized the late 20th-century pattern of isolated suburban corridor office development, featuring four massive, aging, multi-story office buildings surrounded by acres of parking lot with little else in the way of placemaking ingredients. The larger context is populated with large lot, high-end single-family homes that rely on scattered historic village and town centers for shopping and community life. The carefully phased master plan devised by YBA established a new town center node and axis along the center of the existing office complex with structured parking replacing the vast surface lots and a wide variety of high-end attached housing, flatted apartment housing, vertical mixed-use multi-family and hospitality buildings and a new commercial core anchored around a multi-level supermarket and retail center. The design principles synthesized YBA’s knowledge of successful, modern pedestrian-oriented urban fabric in the Pacific Northwest with dense village morphology from European precedents, such as London’s posh Hampstead and Belsize Park neighborhoods. The result was an innovative gradient of density, boulevards, green spaces and blended housing and commercial environments anchored around a series of walkable commercial nodes along a centralized boulevard. The phased scheme integrated a new high-rise hotel and supermarket as well as the existing office buildings as anchor points to each node. It serves as a prototype for the future-looking conversion of office parks like it that dot interstate and transit corridors across North America into sustainable, high-density village communities.