Somerset Development has inked more than a dozen new office leases at Bell Works, the massive mixed-use campus at the former site of the Bell Labs complex in Holmdel.
As The Garibaldi Group prepares for its 100-year anniversary, the firm is making a push to recast itself and expand the services it provides to the commercial real estate industry — including a major rebrand that it will unveil this fall, new strategic hires and a continued push into the tech sector, one that was largely sparked by its experience at Bell Works.
A retail broker at Sabre Real Estate Group has earned a promotion to principal in the firm’s New Jersey office.
A boutique fitness studio has joined the tenant mix at Bell Works in Holmdel, leasing more than 2,000 square feet within the complex’s indoor pedestrian plaza.
A bank, a dental network and a home goods boutique have leased space at Bell Works, making them the latest retail tenants to commit to the mixed-use, 2 million-square-foot campus in Holmdel.
The complex now known as Bell Works has earned another national distinction — being named the most iconic building in New Jersey by Architectural Digest magazine.
Seven new retail tenants have committed to Bell Works, the mixed-use campus that now occupies the landmark, 2 million-square-foot former Bell Labs complex in Holmdel.
At full build-out, the massive Bell Works project in Holmdel will be home to some 8,000 daily office workers. But newly unveiled plans for a rooftop hotel are a reminder of the project’s potential to be much more than a repurposed corporate campus.
Multifamily projects in Morristown and Monroe are among the latest developments financed by Investors Bank, contributing to more than $2.5 billion in commercial real estate activity completed by the lender in 2017.