HARRISON, N.Y. – Colliers International has arranged a long-term, 19,939-square-foot relocation and expansion on behalf of accounting firm Marks Paneth LLP at 4 Manhattanville Road in Purchase.
The firm will double the space it leases in Westchester to meet its growing needs, relocating from its existing space in Tarrytown with plans to occupy its new office on the fourth floor of 4 Manhattanville Road in January. The building is within The Centre at Purchase office park, owned and operated by George Comfort & Sons.
Marks Paneth — one of the New York region’s largest accounting firms — offers a wide range of accounting, auditing, tax, consulting, restructuring, bankruptcy and advisory services, as well as litigation and corporate financial advisory services to domestic and international clients. The firm is headquartered in Manhattan with additional offices in Washington, D.C., New Jersey and Long Island.
“Marks Paneth is growing and has expansion needs which cannot be accommodated at their current locations,” said Al Gutierrez, executive managing director at Colliers International, who along with Tri-State President Michael T. Cohen and Tri-State Vice Chairman Andy Roos represented the tenant.
“But this presented an opportunity for Marks Paneth to relocate to The Centre at Purchase, one of the premier office parks in Westchester County.”
“This new venue gives us room to expand as we continue to grow our firm, organically and through acquisitions,” said Mark Levenfus, managing partner at Marks Paneth. “We’re excited to have the opportunity to relocate to such a beautiful and convenient office campus in Westchester County, and Colliers International, which represents us in all our leasing efforts, was instrumental in making this happen.”
Located near the Hutchinson Parkway, Cross-Westchester Expressway, Interstate 684 and less than 30 miles from midtown Manhattan, The Centre at Purchase offers tenants a combination of amenities and total ease of access from virtually any point in Westchester County and beyond.
Dana Pike, in house with George Comfort & Sons, who along with Hilarie Siles and Stephen Banker, of Newmark Grubb Knight Frank, represented the landlord in the Marks Paneth transaction.
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