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Firm Relocates from One Seneca to Larkin District

Another tenant is pulling out of One Seneca Tower.  PwC US (formerly Price Waterhouse Coopers) announced on Thursday that the firm has committed to its future in the Greater Buffalo area by signing a 10-year lease in the Larkin at Exchange building, located at 726 Exchange Street. Buffalo-based PwC professionals will make their move into the new facility in late July.

“PwC has a long history of serving leading companies in the Greater Buffalo area, and we’re looking forward to continuing that legacy,” said Keith Stolzenburg, managing partner for PwC Buffalo. “We continue to see an increased demand for our accounting, tax and consulting services, and we’re optimistic about future employment and financial growth. We see a bright future in Buffalo and intend to continue our growth in our new space.”

In talking about the new workspace, Stolzenburg noted that PwC’s business and culture are based on building relationships and delivering value and quality service to its clients.  The new layout of the space will enhance team collaboration, cater to the mobile worker and aid in client service delivery. “As our business and the businesses of our clients continue to evolve, we recognize that technology and the workforce of the future will change the way we work,” added Stolzenburg. “The new office design reflects this, emphasizing teaming, personal flexibility and efficiency.”

When selecting the location, the firm considered where its clients are located as well as where its people live, including traffic and commuting options.  PwC employees will have access to a fitness center, a cafeteria and a childcare center in the building, which is within walking distance to nearby restaurants.

PwC joins HSBC, Phillips Lytle, the Canadian Consulate and others that have vacated One Seneca leaving it nearly vacant and in foreclosure.


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