Six companies have signed new leases for office space at Bell Works, while another five tenants have renewed or expanded at the sprawling campus in Holmdel.
As one of America’s original 13 colonies, New Jersey has a rich and historic past. This includes former industrial properties or commerce centers in urban areas, more recently developed office parks in the suburbs and older office buildings — many of which largely stand empty — in central business districts. These vacant relics — together and individually — can be transformed into new, vibrant centers for live, work and play.
Those heralding the death of the suburban office park may not have seen Lakewood recently, where the growth of Class A space is defying conventional wisdom and statewide trends.
A private investor has acquired a nearly 25,000-square-foot office property in downtown Red Bank for $10.7 million, brokers with Marcus & Millichap said Tuesday.
A software firm has opened its new office at the acclaimed Bell Works campus in Holmdel, where it has taken 25,000 square feet despite having a fully remote workforce.
Bart Blatstein, the owner of the Showboat Atlantic City, is pitching a new $3 billion plan that would bring 10,000 residential units, 400,000 square feet of commercial space and vast stretches of open space to the long-vacant Bader Field site in the city.
An investor has sold a 40,000-square-foot office building along Route 73 in Burlington County, in a newly announced deal by Wolf Commercial Real Estate.
A new fintech hub has arrived in New Jersey with the debut of Fiserv Inc.’s 428,000-square-foot office and research space at The Park in Berkeley Heights.
The Connell Co. has unveiled new details of a plan to transform its flagship business park in Berkeley Heights, having secured approvals to add more than 300 apartments and a sprawling entertainment, dining and retail space across five new buildings.