Is there a need to make the sentence below parallel?
Whether you are looking for a place to leave items or want to manage your inventory . . .
I find that if it's converted to the more parallel structure below, the contrast between the two choices is lost.
Whether you're looking for a place to leave items or manage your inventory . . .
[Managing the inventory will happen at the place, so the sense of the sentence above is correct. This isn't the actual sentence I'm working with so it might not sound completely logical.]