RALEIGH – Plans continue to advance for the construction of a new Bandwidth headquarters in Raleigh with more details and renderings of the project unveiled Tuesday as well as news that a site plan application has been submitted to the City of Raleigh.

The campus, which also means some 1,000 new jobs at Bandwidth, a communications services provider, will be located at 2201 Edwards Mill Road. The project will include two five-story buildings covering 450,000 square feet in its first phase. A second 350,000-square-foot phase is anticipated.

Bandwidth also plans a Montessori school, an athletic field, an amphitheater and more.

Architect for the project is Gensler Architects.

Groundbreaking is set for spring 2021 with completion expected in “early 2023,” according to Bandwidth and the developers.​

CBC Real Estate, a division of Capitol Broadcasting Company, Inc., the corporate parent of WRAL-TV, WRAL.com and WRAL TechWire, is developing the site along with East West Partners.

“Bandwidth has been home-grown in the Triangle for nearly 20 years. We are excited to put our roots down further in the rich soil of this community, with the help of two world-class developers in Michael [Goodmon, vice president of real estate for CBC] and Lee [Perry, senior managing partner, East West Partners], the State of North Carolina, the North Carolina Department of Agriculture, Wake County and the city of Raleigh,” said Bandwidth CEO David Morken.

“We are blessed to have brilliant local partners on our design and development teams that have already amazed us with what is possible on this site. We hope to lift up our neighbors and Bandmates as we move further into the design and development of our new Global Headquarters here in Raleigh,” Morken added.

“Working with a world-class company of innovators like Bandwidth challenged us to think through all of the important work we’ve done for hundreds of tenants over the years at our different properties to develop a site that would allow this quickly growing company the perfect setting for their important work. We’re proud of the outcome and thankful for the opportunity to work with such a fantastic team,” Goodmon said.

A rendering of the future Bandwidth campus in an image provided by the developers.

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