Relocation Fueled by Eight Consecutive Years of Record Revenue, Demand for Additional Space and Talent
ATC Cincinnati recently signed a lease for ~7,000 square feet of Class A office space on the top floor of Liberty Center, a mixed-use community at 7100 Liberty Row in Liberty Township, just north of Cincinnati, OH. With assitance from Liberty Township, ATC signed the long-term lease in March while working with commercial real estate agency, JLL. ATC’s Cincinnati contingent will officially move into the new space this August.
By joining the Liberty Center community, Cincinnati’s hottest suburban hub, ATC will have access to unmatched amenities and finishes. The center offers tenants an immersive experience of endless dining and retail options, multifamily housing, onsite parking and community events. Pristine landscaped walkways and open green spaces complete the town atmosphere.
“With our growing team, we need a space that will fully engage our employees, clients, and partners on multiple fronts,” says David Goodwin, ATC Managing Partner & Co-Founder. “Liberty Center and our new office space will do just that. We’re eager to move into the new space, take advantage of all the amenities, and be part of the Liberty Center community. Our new location on the I-75 corridor will allow us to further develop our regional presence.”
ATC has charged M+A Architects and Yellow Door Creative with bringing the Liberty office space to life. ATC’s new brand will be relflected within the space, and ATC is currently working through an experiential design process that will exhibit ATC’s technology-forward brand characteristics. As conceived, the office will be a hub for collaboration where talent, technology, and expertise unite. Naturally, the space will utilize and showcase the technologies ATC evangelizes every day with clients.
(Five years ago ATC Cincinnati came “Outta the Basement.”)
ATC has two office locations. One in Cincinnati, OH, and one in Hartford, CT. David Goodwin leads the Ohio office and Darren DeMartino the Connecticut office. Goodwin and DeMartino launched ATC together in 1999.
Eight Consecutive Record Years
ATC’s growth—eight consecutive record years—has been spawned by its work assisting clients through digital transformations (DX) in four core areas: voice, network, cloud and cybersecurity. ATC recently added three IT consultants and has tripled its Cincinnati workforce in a little over two years. Aggressive plans to onboard additional IT talent are part of ATC’s growth strategy.
As strategic technology decisions move increasingly into the C-Suite, ATC has niched itself as the go-to advisor and solution identifier for complex IT decisions.
“Mid-size, enterprise, and even emerging businesses are embarking on business transformations wrapped around digital, IT technologies,” states ATC CTO, Nick Enger. “Given ATC’s deep expertise, independent counsel and proven process, executives and IT leaders with these organizations are turning to ATC to help them confidently and successfully transform.”
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Situated in the southwest quadrant of Interstate 75 and Route 129, ATC’s new office has excellent drive-by visibility and convenient access to both the Cincinnati and Dayton metropolitan areas, including Northern Kentucky. This site also benefits from its proximity to the nearby communities of West Chester and Mason. The latter of which appears on Money Magazine’s list of “Best Places to Live.”
“Liberty Center checks so many boxes for today’s modern office user,” says Todd Pease, JLL senior vice president. “With more employees than ever craving an in-person, collaborative experience from their office, rather than just a cubicle, Liberty Center is the perfect space for tenants to bring that level of resort-style amenities to their employees.”