WorkWave Relocates Headquarters-Operations To Holmdel, New Jersey
WorkWave's new office boasts a 72,000-square-foot space, with the option to expand another 72,000-square-feet. The company hired over 100 employees in the past three years, bringing total headcount to 222.
"WorkWave is ecstatic to finally move to our new home at the iconic Bell Works facility," said Chris Sullens, President & CEO of WorkWave. "The tech hub atmosphere is vibrant, and is the perfect place to continue to grow and attract talented employees who are looking for a creative and inspiring work environment without the hour-plus-long commute."
"Creating a fun, collaborative space for our team within this great building was extremely important to me and I want to give a special thank you to my long time friends at Hollister Construction and Michael Savarese Associates for helping bring this vision to life,” He added.
WorkWave's new workspace is fitted with plenty of multi-functional meeting and collaboration spaces, quiet areas for unwinding and even a recreation room with basketball hoops, ping pong tables and gaming areas. The owner, Somerset Development, set forth an extensive redevelopment initiative to evolve the historic former headquarters of Bell Labs into the perfect combination of preserved greatness and new inspiration.
"We're thrilled to welcome the WorkWave team to its new offices at Bell Works," said Ralph Zucker, President of Somerset Development. "WorkWave was one of the first companies to recognize and share in our vision to create a dynamic, downtown-style vibe in this suburban location, and that vision is truly coming to fruition. In the coming months, we're looking forward to growing alongside WorkWave, as we welcome a diverse variety of exciting new dining, retail, healthcare, and hospitality options here at Bell Works."
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