Grassi, recognized as one of New York City’s largest accounting firms, has moved its midtown headquarters to 750 Third AvenueYork City’s largest accounting firms, has moved its midtown headquarters to 750, taking the entire 28th floor. The location boasts close proximity to Grand Central Terminal and other major transportation hubs, making the office more easily accessible to the firm’s employees, clients and business partners.
Grassi’s New York City workforce, which is led by Jeffrey Agranoff and Stephen Mannhaupt, has been consistently growing in headcount and revenue since the office was first opened at 488 Madison Avenue in 2009. The firm currently ranks as the 17th largest accounting firm in the New York City area, according to Crain’s New York Business.
“At a time when many businesses are downsizing or eliminating their New York City footprint in favor of remote workforces, we are excited to be enhancing our presence in the city with this strategic move,” said Louis C. Grassi, CEO and managing partner of Grassi. “Our new location puts us in the center of the midtown business district at a time when we are committed to expanding our service offerings to better serve the post-pandemic needs of New York City businesses.”
Grassi’s New York City office provides advisory, tax and accounting services to individuals and business clients in the construction, real estate, not-for-profit, healthcare, manufacturing and distribution industries, among others. New York City is one of seven Grassi locations, which also include offices in Jericho, Ronkonkoma and White Plains, N.Y.; Park Ridge, N.J.; Needham, MA; and Palm Beach, FL