Software company is building out 32,000 square feet of space at a cost of $1.84 million.
Jacksonville-based Beeline.com, which develops staffing software, is relocating its headquarters in Flagler Center from 12724 Gran Bay Parkway W. to 12735 Gran Bay Parkway W. next door.
Beeline has 195 employees and anticipates growth, said Jessica Ashcraft, head of marketing.
Ashcraft said Beeline will occupy the office in April. The relocation into a modern space “will further enable our mission.”
“As a Jacksonville-based technology company for more than 20 years, we’ve been helping large enterprises all over the world find the best talent for their workforce,” Ashcraft said.
Beeline will move from 29,000 square feet into 32,000 square feet, she said. It will move into space vacated years ago by Bombardier Capital Inc. and joins other tenants in the almost 110,000-square-foot, single-story building that includes the Firehouse Subs headquarters and Siemens Corp.
The city issued a permit Jan. 13 for Dav-Lin Interior Contractors Inc. to build-out Beeline’s space at a cost of $1.84 million. Kasper Architects + Associates is the architect.
Beeline describes itself as a global leader in software solutions for managing the extended workforce. It had been owned by The Adecco Group, the world’s largest staffing firm, and private equity firm GTCR until 2018 when it was sold to New Mountain Capital of New York.
David Hillegas, director with Cushman & Wakefield in Jacksonville, and Jonathan Metzl, managing director of the commercial real estate services firm in Chicago, represented Beeline. Tracy Thom-Palumbo of C&W Project Development Services assisted with managing the construction.
JLL Executive Vice President Michael Loftin and Senior Vice President Preston Philips represented the landlord, Crocker Partners, Vanderbilt Office Properties and Farallon Capital Management LLC.
“Once complete, this office space will be a trophy tech HQ that will certainly be best in class for Beeline to use to its advantage. It will be an excellent resource to drive recruiting and retention to the Jacksonville marketplace for Beeline’s benefit,” Hillegas said in a statement.
“This will ensure current growth can be sustained and future growth for Beeline can be accommodated, within a strategic foothold in NE FL,” he said.