EisnerAmper Signs 125,000 Sq. Ft. Lease Deal for New Corporate HQ in Midtown Manhattan

August 22, 2019

Move Will Greatly Enhance Employee and Client Experiences

Global accounting and business advisory services firm EisnerAmper announced that it has signed a 15-year lease agreement, as of November 1 of this year, for its new corporate headquarters at 733 Third Avenue in New York City. Move-in is expected in June 2020.

EisnerAmper, as the main tenant of this classic mid-century building, will accommodate approximately 700 employees on floors six through 10—bringing the building’s occupancy to 99.8%.

“We’re approaching this move under four guiding pillars (1) workplace flexibility; (2) collaboration; (3) environmental sustainability; and (4) wellness,” said EisnerAmper Chief Operating Officer Robert Levine who together with NYC office Partner-in-Charge Michael Breit are spearheading the move. The new office will offer a variety of enclosed and open workspaces, significant alternative spaces and amenities, including an outdoor terrace. It will also feature a private entrance and guest lounge.

“We’re fortunate to be working closely with a very talented team in real estate advisory firm Newmark Knight Frank (NKF), Francis Cauffman Architects (FCA), Eisner Design for the terrace, VVA Project Managers and J.T. Magen Construction Managers, along with the landlord, to make this a one-of-a-kind experience for our colleagues and clients. This is truly an exciting, impactful time for our workplace,” added Levine.

“We were thrilled to help EisnerAmper identify what it was looking for in a space and then help that vision become a reality,” said David Emden, NKF Managing Director. “Every day, we want EisnerAmper’s visitors to feel special and staff feel invigorated walking into their new headquarters.” Award-winning firm FCA—that worked on EisnerAmper’s highly acclaimed new facilities in Philadelphia and San Francisco—has once again been retained to design a modern space that will meet EisnerAmper’s client and staff needs for decades to come.      

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