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Accountants make Manhattan move to Resnick’s 485 Mad

Cassidy Turley announced that it has secured a 10-year, 14,101 s/f lease at 485 Madison Avenue for Janover LLP, a certified public accounting firm with more than 70 years of experience assisting clients in navigating the business and taxation landscape.

Janover currently employs more than 100 accounting and finance professionals in two New York offices located in Manhattan and Garden City, Long Island.

The firm’s employees specialize in all phases of auditing and accounting, taxation and business and personal financial consulting. Janover advises business and personal clients across multiple industries and trade classes.

“As a rapidly growing firm, the space at 485 Madison Avenue exceeded our expectations and visions for Janover’s future business strategy,” said Alan Hoffman, CPA and senior real estate partner at Janover.

“As a company expanding from Long Island into Manhattan, we were thrilled to find space in an area that’s so well-known and respected by the financial industry.”

Cassidy Turley senior managing director and principal Harry Krausman, vice president Steve Braun and associate vice president Daniel Thompson represented Janover. Jack Resnick & Sons managing director Fran Delgorio represented the landlord.Fran Delgorio

“Cassidy Turley identified several properties that fit within Janover’s plans for a long-term growth strategy in Manhattan,” said Krausman.

“Janover ultimately chose 485 Madison Avenue as its New York City headquarters for myriad reasons. The full-floor space affords the company the opportunity to expand its presence in Manhattan, and the space will be able to accommodate the organization’s future growth.

Additionally, the Plaza District location is in proximity to a number of similar organizations and has excellent access to mass transportation.”

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