Another suburban company of the North-West announced its move to St. Bell works chicagoland – Office, residential and commercial metrobokon remodeling from the former AT&T corporate campus in Hoffman Estates.
Although other tenants have preceded this, Rolling Meadows Platinum Home Mortgage CorporationUsing 22,000 square feet of three dedicated office space, Bell Works is considered the first long-term arena by New Jersey-based Somerset Development.
“In welcoming Platinum Home Mortgage Corporation, we celebrate an incredible milestone in the heyday of the Chicagoland metro-turbine as the community begins to come alive with its own magnetic energy,” Somerset President and CEO Ralph Zucker said in a statement. “Today’s workforce demands more of its office environment that goes far beyond the standard list of office amenities or superficial perks. Bell Works Chicagoland reflects the sense of community and creativity that is central to the structure of a modern office. ”
Platinum Home Mortgage will move 100 employees to Bell Works this fall.
“We knew right away that this place for us is a space where our team can continue to grow,” said CEO William Giambrone. “In addition to the new PHMC offices at Bell Works, we look forward to taking advantage of all the great outdoor spaces available to us. We are delighted to be part of the Hoffman Estates community. “
Bell Works Chicagoland’s existing tenants include CPA Advisors Group, a full-service accounting firm; Mosquito Hunters, a household and commercial mosquito control service; and The Next Unicorn, a crowdfunding company. All occupy Bell Works ‘turnkey’ offices, which offer pre-furnished premises and flexible rental conditions for small and medium-sized businesses.
In April, Somerset opened a 15,000-square-foot coworking space at Bell Works Chicagoland called coLab.
Fairgrounds Craft Coffee and Tea also operates a kiosk and plans to expand the area in the future. Bell Works is also expected to open a gym soon.
The entire renovation is conceived as an autonomous community, including office and retail space, restaurants, entertainment venues and apartment buildings.
In late May, Somerset officials said they were in the process of submitting an official plan to build 189 townhouses and 361 open land units on a 150-acre site. At the time, they expected Hoffman Estates officials to review the plans within 4-6 months. If the project is completed on schedule, developers believe that the first townhouses could be commissioned in the summer of 2022.