The year-long search for PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP’s new downtown office space has finally ended by agreeing to a long term lease in the Larkin at Exchange Building.
One Seneca Tower will lose one of its few remaining tenants this coming July as PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP will start to move out. They have been a tenant on One Seneca for decades.
The CPA firm will be leasing approximately 9,500-square-feet in the Larkin at Exchange Building according to real estate sources, slightly less than the 12,500-square-feet it leases in One Seneca Tower. According to a Business First ranking, PricewaterhouseCoopers is the region’s third largest CPA firm with 75 employees.
PricewaterhouseCoopers managing partner, Keith Stolzenburg, said “We can’t say it was one thing over another with our decision about where to move the office,” and added “But, the Larkin District is a very funky place to be.”
With the average age of the firm’s employees just under 30, the “hip” factor of the Larkin District proved to be selling point, said by Stolzenberg. He also mentioned “There is a big buzz about that building.”
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