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Blue Foundry Bank Celebrates Opening of New Administrative Offices in Parsippany

Cutting-edge corporate hub designed with employees, customers and communities top-of-mind

Blue Foundry Bank, a financial institution that offers a full service, crafted banking experience, celebrated the opening of its administrative offices at 7 Sylvan Way in Parsippany on Thursday. Attendees included community officials, local nonprofit and business leaders, and Blue Foundry Bank employees and board members. The opening of the new corporate hub not only signifies the bank’s reinvention but also reinforces its commitment to its employees and communities.

The fully integrated space was designed with the employee experience top-of-mind. Crafted to inspire ideation and encourage collaboration, the state-of-the-art Administrative Offices allows employees to build teams, expand products and services and provide customers with an outstanding banking experience personalized to their needs and goals.

“In creating this collaborative workspace, our goal was to open doors to our employees and to reimagine how we can work together as a team,” said James D. Nesci, president & CEO at Blue Foundry Bank. “This experiential and comfortable office space is the key to keeping our employees engaged and excited, so they can continue to provide the Blue Foundry Bank experience that our customers have come to recognize as a uniquely crafted banking relationship tailored to their needs.”

Blue Foundry Bank’s new offices were designed to reflect current cultural context, supported by the addition of cutting-edge technology to keep team members connected, whether they are working in-office or at home. This forward thinking, technologically innovative environment reflects the bank’s culture of collaboration, flexibility and connectivity, offering a stimulating team-environment no matter how and where an employee chooses to work.

To celebrate the opening of Blue Foundry Bank’s administrative offices, a donation was provided to the Parsippany Emergency Food Pantry by the Blue Foundry Charitable Foundation.

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