SAN FRANCISCO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Grant Thornton LLP has relocated its San Francisco office to 101 California St. The total space leased is 20,667 square feet.
Today is the first day in the new office for nearly 100 Grant Thornton employees. The firm relocated from its former office at 1 California St.
“This move represents the latest milestone in the continued growth of the firm’s San Francisco office,” said Doreen Griffith, office managing partner of Grant Thornton’s Greater Bay Area practice. “Our new space reinforces our commitment to offering an environment that enhances our employees’ productivity and well-being in order to serve our clients most effectively.”
The new space is designed to support employee collaboration and innovation. All workspaces have access to natural light as well as modern conference and team rooms, which include the most current AV and video conferencing capabilities.
The new space is able to accommodate more than 140 employees and was designed to reduce Grant Thornton’s carbon footprint. The newly renovated space is seeking LEED Silver certification.
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