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.
PulteGroup has become a key player in some of New Jersey’s largest mixed-use, transit-centric redevelopments over the past decade, having delivered or broken ground on some 1,300 for-sale homes near train stations in partnership with several leading developers.
A software firm with a fully remote workforce has leased 25,000 square feet at Holmdel’s Bell Works complex, seeking to create a hub for in-person meetings and collaboration.
The developer that has transformed a large stretch of the Asbury Park oceanfront has unveiled new plans that will bring another 270 luxury townhomes and condominiums to the city.
Every year has its ups and downs. Every market has highs and lows. Both were true when it came to New Jersey’s commercial real estate sector in 2021, a year that marked ongoing dominance for some asset classes, as COVID-19 continued to loom over others. Whether those trends endure in 2022 remains to be seen, but we’ve recruited some of the industry’s most prominent developers, service providers and insiders to help set the stage. You can find their predictions, insights and more in our special 2022 Market Forecast.
Somerset Development has landed another tenant at its Bell Works property in Holmdel after signing a long-term lease with the operator of a 24-hour sports gaming network.
Somerset Development has started its buildout of a new 72,000-square-foot facility in Holmdel that it hopes will provide flexible workplace options to medium-sized businesses.
Somerset Development is touting the lease-up of more than 100,000 square feet of prebuilt, flexible office space at its flagship Bell Works campus in Holmdel.
After 18 months doing their jobs from home because of COVID-19, many New Jersey workers are returning to flex and co-working spaces. Operators are responding by adding more private suites to their offerings to make users feel safer from infection — and while they’re keeping a wary eye on COVID’s Delta variant, they’re optimistic about demand, for both the short term and long term.