STAMFORD, Conn. -- O’Connor Davies LLP, a regional certified public accounting and consulting firm, has chosen 3001 Stamford Square for its new Stamford office location, announced the Ashforth Co.
The building is developed, owned and managed by Ashforth.
Moving about 40 employees from its current 62 Southfield Ave., Stamford, location, O’Connor Davies will occupy 11,000 square feet of space on the fifth floor. O’Connor Davies includes more than 500 professionals led by 84 partners in seven offices in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut.
"O’Connor Davies is another outstanding company and highly regarded firm in the Stamford community, and we are thrilled that they will be joining our high-caliber tenant roster at our 3001 building," said Darrell Harvey, co-CEO of The Ashforth Co.
Ashforth recently completed a dramatic, multimillion-dollar renovation of 3001 Stamford Square at the end of 2012. The property consists of 290,000 square feet of office space on seven floors with four levels of underground parking. The renovation features a modern lobby, full-service café, state-of-the-art fitness center and a private shuttle to and from the Stamford train station.
Monique Delerme of Corporate Design LLC is Ashforth’s architect working on the O’Connor Davies space. A.P. Construction Co., Ashforth’s construction division, will complete the renovation. The expected move-in date is July.
O’Connor Davies joins current 3001 Stamford Square tenants: KPMG, Genworth, Navigators and recently signed Pitney Bowes.
Ed Tonnessen, managing director of JLL, the exclusive leasing agent for 3001 Stamford Square, and George Walker, senior vice president of JLL, represented Ashforth. Kevin McCarthy of CBRE represented the tenant.
Surrounded by blue-chip corporate neighbors, 3001 Stamford Square is 10 minutes from Interstate 95, the Merritt Parkway and the Stamford train station and within walking distance of Lord & Taylor, Ridgeway Shopping Center, two hotels, banks and restaurants.
For more information on Stamford Square, visit http://www.3001StamfordSquare.com
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