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.
CBRE Group Inc. has bolstered its retail brokerage team with the addition of two new associates.
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.
The longtime owner of a 642-unit garden apartment complex in Bergen County has sold the property for $100 million, in a sale brokered by Gebroe-Hammer Associates.