Florham Park, NJ: The area was named the Park Savoy by Alan Weinstein, a businessman, in 1982. With initial thoughts for a restaurant and dance venue, Weinstein quickly saw something better with the potential for private celebrations. At once he began a restoration to return the venue to its 19th Century elegance. The Park Savoy was re-born in 2011 with the help of Barry Maurillo, Joe Maurillo and Vito Cucci. Now resembling the great mansions of Newport, the Park Savoy Estate brings back the opulence and decadence of days past with floor to ceiling windows, private bridal suite, and a grand ballroom.