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Founded in 1996 by John R.  Parry, Jr. AIA, J. Randolph Parry Architects, PC is an award winning architectural design firm with a passion for adaptive reuse, and a specialty in residential and senior housing design.

Headquartered in the historic town of Riverton, NJ, the firm’s staff of registered architects, designers, Revit drafters, and graphic artists is thoroughly experienced in all phases of architectural design and project development.


  • National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB)
  • American Institute of Architects (AIA)
  • American Society of Interior Designers (ASID)
  • US Green Building Council (USGBC)
  • National Association of Home Builders – Council on Senior Housing (NAHB)
  • Urban Land Institute (ULI)

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  • ‘Aging in Place Within the Retirement Community and What Some Builders Have Done to Meet the Need” Senior Housings News May/June 1993
  • “Developing Senior Housing Communities: What Do I Do First?” Senior Housing Resource Guide 1996-1997
  • “Bringing Designs to Life” Builder-Architect Magazine Jan-Feb 2007
  • “Transforming the Future” Builder-Architect Magazine September 2008
  • “Tabula Rasa – The Perfect Addition” SJ Magazine November 2008
  • “A Convenient Truth” Green Building and Design December 2010
  • “Living in Luxury” MINT Magazine – Summer/2012


  • National Seniors Housing Council Achievement Award for Woodbury Mews
  • National Seniors Housing Council Award for Innovation – Villages of Pine Valley
  • Burlington County Historic Award for the Lippincott House, Moorestown, NJ
  • NAHB Platinum Award for Renovation – The Crossings at Woodbury Mews
  • Builders League of South Jersey MAME Award for Community of the Year
  • Appearance Award from Township of Moorestown for Carl’s Shoes
  • Builders League of South Jersey MAME Award for the Knowlton Residence
  • Delaware Valley Smart Growth Alliance recognition for Riverwalk on the Delaware
  • Builders League of South Jersey MAME Award for 509 Howard Street
  • Builders League of South Jersey MAME Award for Clubhouse at Country Gardens
  • Builders League of South Jersey MAME Award for Best Use of Technology
  • Burlington County Historic Preservation Award: First Place for Adaptive Use/Rehabilitation – Zurbrugg Mansion