A flavor and fragrance creator is the latest tenant to commit to the newly imagined Bell Labs complex in Holmdel, where it has leased 60,000 square feet for a new creative hub.
Investors Bank is providing a $70 million loan to Somerset Development for its landmark Bell Works project in Holmdel, under a financing deal negotiated by Meridian Capital Group.
With at least 6,000 daily office workers set to occupy the building by next year, the effort to bring a distinctive mix of retailers, services and dining options to Bell Works is now well underway. That mix includes everything from a florist and a beauty salon to a 24-hour health club and an urgent care center, offerings that will serve both office tenants at the building and residents from the surrounding communities.
Somerset Development has hired a creative director to help it implement the transformation of the 2 million-square-foot former Bell Labs building into the mixed-use hub known as Bell Works.
Somerset Development has started construction on what will be the latest distinctive piece of its vast Bell Works complex in Holmdel: the largest photovoltaic glass skylight in the United States.
A new state-of-the-art public library will be part of the sprawling, mixed-use environment that is taking shape at the redeveloped former Bell Labs complex in Holmdel.
Jersey Central Power & Light is the latest company to commit to the sprawling Bell Works campus in Holmdel, signing a lease to move its Central Jersey regional headquarters to the site.
Software provider iCIMS has picked Avison Young to spearhead project management for the company’s move into a new 200,000-square-foot office space at the Bell Works complex in Holmdel.