It’s always cause for celebration when a new home is perfect in every way. This year, 3,000 Beaumont administrative employees from 16 buildings across Metro Detroit will move into the former First Center building, selected for its generous glass atrium, easy accessibility to major highways, and the vibrant work-life environment available here in the district. The new location has been named Beaumont Service Center.
Early this year, 550 members of Beaumont Health’s financial services team moved in, and so far, they’re thrilled, says Beaumont Health executive VP and COO Carolyn Wilson. Initial feedback is very positive.”Our teams have found Southfield easy to get to, and they love the common areas of the building,” Wilson says. A fitness center and sunshine-filled atrium provide places for employees to connect.
As a health organization, Beaumont values the Southfield City Centre’s pedestrian-friendly sidewalks, green spaces, and, of course, the Zagster bike share. As employees move in throughout the year, they will join their colleagues as active members of the Southfield City Centre community.
“We are really excited,” says Wilson. “We believe we have picked the right community for Beaumont Health and want to be a good neighbor. We feel really good about the decision we have made, and want to give back to the community as well.”