Stamford, CT (PRWEB) June 01, 2011
Choyce Peterson, Inc. (http://www.choycepeterson.com), a commercial real estate brokerage and consulting firm, today announced the completion of lease negotiations for WTP Advisors (http://www.wtpadvisors.com), a tax and business services firm focused on complex quantitative solutions. The expansion represents the fourth time the company has chosen the commercial real estate broker since 2008 and the third time they have expanded their headquarters, now more than 15,000 square feet, at White Plains Plaza, One North Broadway in White Plains, NY. The lead broker for Choyce Peterson was John Hannigan.
WTP Advisors has become an international firm with locations in Europe and Asia as well as eight offices in the United States; their current White Plains site will support 45 staff. The company was especially pleased with the exterior signage secured by Choyce Peterson, with a prominent placard promoting the company at the plaza level of the building.
Mr. Hannigan said, “We were pleased to once again represent WTP Advisors as they continue their growth and expansion at their headquarters in Westchester County, as one of the few companies expanding in the region. We also think their return to Choyce Peterson again and again speaks volumes about our core values: experience, integrity, effort and intelligence.”
Ian Boccaccio, Partner and Co-Founder of WTP Advisors, added, “Choyce Peterson is a very nimble organization, and they have always been there to guide us to the next level. As we grow, they have added key players to the real estate team such as a space designer and real estate attorney.”
By staying in the same building, WTP Advisors will benefit from unique amenities including continued use of a shuttle to the train station, a modern lobby with a shared conference room and a popular ground-floor retail store. They will also maximize staff retention by retaining the same commute.
The landlord, Heyman Properties, was represented by Larry Ruggieri and Glenn Walsh of Cushman & Wakefield.
For more information, please call 203-356-9600; or write Choyce Peterson, 2001 West Main Street, Stamford, CT 06902. To read Choyce Peterson's blog, Space is Money, visit http://www.choycepeterson.com/blog, and for instructive articles about commercial real estate, visit http://www.choycepeterson.com/media-room/content-provision-articles.html.
About WTP Advisors
WTP Advisors is a leader in tax and business advisory services for a global marketplace. Our highly skilled professionals equipped with years of industry experience, coupled with our cutting-edge technologies, make substantive and long-term differences to an organization’s profitability. WTP Advisors is headquartered in White Plains, New York, with offices across North America, Asia and Europe.
About White Plains Plaza
White Plains Plaza is a 712,000 sq. ft. office and retail complex located in the heart of downtown White Plains. In 2004, Heyman Properties purchased the complex and have since completed major renovations to include a multi-million dollar renovation to the lobby of One North Broadway. In addition to the recent expansion of Worldwide Trade Partners, White Plains Plaza houses such prestigious office Tenants as Jackson Lewis, Keane & Beane P.C., Cuddy & Feder, LLP and Greenberg Traurig, LLP. The complex offers excellent access to many shops and restaurants in the downtown area and is within minutes away from the White Plains Transportation Center and major highways and parkways that surround White Plains.
About Choyce Peterson
Choyce Peterson, Inc., a corporate real estate brokerage firm focused on tenant representation, was founded by John P. Hannigan and Alan R. Peterson in 1997. With a combined 50+ years of experience representing Fairfield and Westchester County-based tenants, both on a local and national level, they understand the complex process involved in leasing office space. Company services include evaluating existing space, buildings and leases; understanding a company’s “true” space requirements; offering viable alternatives to a renewal; and determining the extent and use of leverage in landlord negotiations. Ultimately, Choyce Peterson strives to deliver bottom-line results by negotiating the best lease terms and conditions possible in the current market.
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