BETHLEHEM, PA — The National Kitchen & Bath Association has relocated its corporate headquarters from Hackettstown, NJ to Bethlehem, PA, the trade association announced.
The move, to be made official in early November, was “inspired by a need to find a location that would support a new philosophy of what the ideal ‘work environment’ comprises,” said Bill Darcy, NKBA CEO. The adoption of hybrid workplace policies, the need for flexibility, and for technical acuity coupled with a desire to connect with makers, artists, technologists and other creative class contributors in a small urban location made Bethlehem a logical candidate.
“Bethlehem is an emerging ‘creative-class’ city with a rich history, world-class colleges and universities, a diverse population, housing for out-of-town guests, and access to major transportation hubs,” Darcy added. “We look forward to joining and contributing to the dynamic Bethlehem community while providing an exceptional work environment for our employees.”