Windsor, Conn. — ING, a global financial institution offering banking, insurance and asset management to private, corporate and institutional clients worldwide, has opened a new office building in Windsor, Conn. The 475,000-square-foot structure will house more than 2,200 people who currently work in leased office space in Hartford, Conn. The site also houses ING's retirement services business.
Key elements of the new facility were designed with customers and the environment in mind. More than 300 workers have moved into the building, and the company will move additional people every week through the end of the year.
At 475,000 square feet, the glass-and-steel Windsor building is the largest single-office structure to be built in Greater Hartford in two decades. The four-story building, which sits on a 76-acre site, is constructed of limestone-colored concrete with an abundance of glass to allow significant natural light into workspaces.
Company executives are located near the customer call center, while the top floor features a cafeteria and meeting spaces with balconies that allow employees to step outside.
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