Paramus Park is a shopping center in Paramus, New Jersey, located between Route17 and the Garden State Parkway. The mall is owned by General Growth Properties and offers a GLA of 770,941 sq ft .
In 2001, the mall was expanded where an Old Navy and Foot Locker complex were added along an elongated East Center Court Entrance and the mall was renovated. Center court was radically changed in that the waterfall, the gardens, escalators, stairway, elevator, and elevated gardens were removed in favor of a more open space. Two elevators were installed between Cinnabon and Auntie Anne's, a new smaller fountain was constructed, new escalators were constructed and vegetation/trees added, as well as the addition of new seating areas. The seating area was transformed into a children's play area. Among the few stores that have remained throughout the mall's thirty-plus years are Sears and Chick-Fil-A.
The mall will begin construction in late 2009 on an expansion that will add a "lifestyle" component to the mall, which will be located on the landscaped plaza just outside the west center court entrance, facing Route 17. The expansion will be 88,650 sq ft (8,236 m2), and is anticipated to contain at least two restaurants along with shops.