New Jersey’s fast-growing film and television industry has created a boom in studio construction and a new market for commercial spaces that can serve as set locations, as state officials take new steps to help more municipalities reap the benefits.
The developer behind the acclaimed Bell Works campus in Holmdel has launched a third-party design and construction business, seeking to draw from its experience of building flexible, modern office spaces at the 2 million-square-foot property.
The distinctive Bell Works campus in Holmdel is now 95 percent leased after a series of new leases and renewals totaling nearly 75,000 square feet of office space.
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.
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.
A new driving range has opened outside the sprawling Bell Works complex in Holmdel, bringing another amenity to the property’s workers and patrons and to local residents.
Two new tenants are coming to the Bell Works campus in Holmdel, including Vonage, the cloud communications provider long based at another building in the township.
Somerset Development has rebranded as part of a move to highlight its growing list of projects that have repurposed and reinvented properties in New Jersey and other markets.
A growing fitness chain has opened its doors at the Bell Works campus in Holmdel, bringing a new offering to the property for both tenants and the broader community.