Holmdel metroburb Bell Works is expanding its roster with nearly a dozen new and renewed office leases signed for the 2 million-square-foot campus.
Inspired by Somerset Development, the developer behind the property that offers ways to work, play, dine, shop and entertain, announced the leasing milestone Nov. 28.
“When prospective tenants investigate the competitive market, they are quick to find that there is no other building that provides the array of amenities, services, and entertainment that Bell Works provides,” said Jeff Garibaldi, president of Chatham-based The Garibaldi Group, in a statement. “It’s an inspiring ecosystem that motivates employees to come to work, which is top priority for employers today.”
Garibaldi represented Bell Works New Jersey in all the lease transactions, along with Vice President Tara Keating and Broker Support Analyst Lindsey Florio.
“We’re very excited to welcome these new companies and have them contribute to the unique and dynamic energy here at the metroburb,” said Ralph Zucker, president of Inspired. “These new agreements are a testament to the lasting demand for physical office space, and these [companies’] belief in our one-of-a-kind commercial destination can help them not only attract and retain employees, but allow their businesses to continue to grow and thrive.”
The newly signed agreements at Bell Works are:
HBK, a multidisciplinary financial services firm that offers a range of tax, accounting, audit, business advisory, valuation, financial planning, wealth management and support services, leased 18,863 square feet.
Multi-brand IT solutions provider CDW, which serves business, government, education and health care customers in the U.S., the U.K. and Canada, leased 11,544 square feet.
Property and casualty insurance company Homesite, serving individuals, families and businesses, leased 4,338 square feet.
Family-owned energy consulting group Green State Energy leased 4,310 square feet at Bell Works. The company collaborates with small and large solar installers in more than 25 American states.
3D Contracting, a full-service contracting company, leased 1,636 square feet.
Specializing in blockchain technology for digital banks, Optherium Labs, which also offers IT consulting and integration services to banks, enterprises and governments, leased 1,443 square feet.
Renewals at the metroburb include:
Mettel, a provider of integrated voice, data, network, cloud and mobility IT solutions for businesses and government agencies nationwide, subleased additional square footage making for a total of 13,239 square feet.
Independent financial planning and investment management services advisor BroadFront Capital Management expanded its lease to 1,998 square feet.
Human resource provider and staffing firm Adecco, which is focused on temporary staffing, permanent job placement, outsourcing, temp-to-hire, recruiting, career transition services, vendor management, and payroll, renewed its lease of 1,997 square feet.
Boutique firm Robertson Stephens Renewal, which offers a suite of wealth management solutions, renewed its lease for 1,374 square feet.
Renewing its lease of 1,341 square feet and run by counselor Mayya Fleyshmakher, Mayya’s Therapy is a professional psychotherapy practice for children, adolescents and adults offers accessible, solution-based and engaging therapy services to young clients.
Editor’s note: This story was updated at 2:11 p.m. EDT Dec. 2, 2022, to update the square footage for Mettel’s renewal.
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