ADP opens 245K sq. ft. Class A campus in Pa.

ADP, a payroll and human services company based in Roseland, announced Thursday it has opened a new campus in downtown Allentown, Pennsylvania.

ADP said approximately 1,000 team members will occupy the 243,241-square-foot Class A office tower at Five City Center.

“It’s always a great day when I’m celebrating business growth in Pennsylvania, and today is especially exciting because this project is bringing a dynamic group of 1,000 workers to Allentown’s revitalized downtown area,” Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf said. “And, while I certainly want to give credit to ADP for choosing Allentown as its new home, I also recognize the economic resurgence that’s happening in the Lehigh ValleyAllentown is in the midst of a reinvention and state and local officials are committed to working collaboratively to making the Lehigh Valley once again known worldwide as a place of wealth and success.”

As one of ADP’s Inside Sales Centers of Excellence, the Five City Center offer a redesigned, modern space with technology-forward workstations, an ADP medical center, training facilities, recreational and gaming areas, a parking deck, a park, and more.

“At ADP, we are focused on designing a better world at work, and this new office certainly lays the foundation for us to fulfill that objective,” Carlos Rodriguez, CEO and president, ADP, said. “We want to provide our associates and clients alike the tools and guidance they need to reach their business goals and fulfill their own potential. I am incredibly grateful to the ADP associates in Allentown, whose dedication enables ADP to innovate and offer the world-class solutions that can help clients and their employees achieve something greater together.”